Saturday, March 24, 2012

EOTO launches 'Bass Invaders Tour' w/ special guest Kraddy (formerly of Glitch Mob) and releases a FREE track off their 4th live album.

On April 1st EOTO will kick off their spring ‘Bass Invaders Tour.' What's there to expect? Throbbing bass, thudding beats and robotic sounds from multi-instrumentalist Michael Travis and drummer/vocalist Jason Hann. Oh, and a fully immersive 17 foot lotus flower stage design and custom 3D-mapped projections, built to completely envelop them in a visual odyssey, as they slice and dice their way through their 100% live improvisation show. Yup, we said it...17 foot lotus flower stage design and custom 3D-mapped projections. Boom goes the bass. After their 3 show opening run in Boulder, LA and Philly with special guests at each stop, EOTO will add electronic music pioneer and former Glitch Mob member, Kraddy, starting April 1st as support ( for 24 more cities throughout the east coast. Without Kraddy, EOTO will also have a number of festival stops and solo shows along the way including McDowell Mountain Music Festival in Arizona, the Wanee Music Festival in Live Oaks, FL, Summer Camp in Illinois, Bella Music Festival in Geneva, MN, Mountain Jam in Hunter, NY, Electric Forest in MI, as well as their fourth appearance at Wakarusa in Arkansas

Throughout 2011, Travis and Hann recorded and released 98 live shows for public download. Each year they release their favorite tracks from the tour into one cohesive album named K-Turns and U-Turns. Each volume of the live compliation has been edited into a non-stop epic journey outlining the band's live evolution. This year, the compilation pulls together 52 songs spanning over 4 hours of music, from 34 different cities, celebrating songs from every genre, style, and tempo that EOTO created live last year. The album is available for download now at LiveDownloads,,173/EOTO-mp3-flac-downloads.html but if you enter your email below you'll get a free track right now!

Born out of their shared love of electronic dance music, Jason and Michael created EOTO to take the free-wheeling party vibe of a DJ set to the next level by using organic instruments, innovative performance technology, and improvised musical exploration.

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