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Gramatik Shows What He Is Made Of With Stunning Atlanta Show

Gramatik Shows What He Is Made Of With Stunning Atlanta Show
Jeaux Bay

The Slovenian electronic music producer known as Gramatik, took to Atlanta’s Tabernacle with nothing but good vibes and high energy. Haywire laid a great foundation for the night with a live midi crossover set that was quite impressive to say the least. His production was pretty powerful and for Gramatik to follow it in a way that you forgot it happen took me by surprise.

This was my first time seeing either of these acts and I walked away with a positive experience. I wasn’t able to stay for the entire set of Gramatik but the next time I have a chance, I will be catching one in entirety. The talented producer recently released his Re:Coil Part 1 EP that I have linked for your listening pleasure below. I have also provided a link to his tour so you can grab tickets when he comes to your city.

Gramatik – RE:COIL Tour | Tickets

Gramatik – Re:Coil Pt. 1 | Download |

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