Bondax FORCED TO CANCEL SELECT NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES
Bondax has been forced to cancel select North American tour dates due to unforeseen circumstances. George and Adam of Bondax would like to extend their sincerest apologies to their fans and they look forward to being back in North America to perform in the future. Please scroll down to view the canceled tour dates. Despite the unexpected cancellations, the duo still looks forward to performing in the U.S. at Electric Zoo in New York City on August 30th and at North Coast Music Festival in Chicago, IL on August 31st.
This past weekend Bondax performed at Glastonbury in the UK and afterwards they shared a new song entitled "Giving It All" which can be heard below.
Despite only being in their teenage years, the UK production duo Bondax have already been touted as an overnight success due to the popularity of early singles online. Comprised of Adam Kaye and George Townsend, the duo has actually been honing their chops separately since they were much younger and producing together for the past two years before gaining substantial buzz. Combining influences from indie music as well as club music, the duo craft a sound that often takes on pop structures yet will get a dance-floor moving. Their understanding of melody and embrace of indie experimentalism have helped create a sound that differentiates Bondax from the crowd of other young producers. Although they have received accolades and anticipation is high for their debut LP, the group is still looking for new ways to expand their sound. "We're really conscious of not wanting to repeat ourselves," Adam says, "and we want to do new things. We're only just writing our album now, but we're going to have songs, but songs treated differently so the structures aren't what you expect. It's got to keep the interest and not just be trying to do what's current." Though they are accomplished in bass music, the newest production techniques, tweaks and club rhythms, there's something deeper underlying all of their tracks which gives them both pop appeal and the possibility of longevity. It's still early for Bondax, but there's every chance that in years to come, they won't be looked at alongside the hip club producers of the time, but rather in a category with Moby, Gorillaz, LCD Soundsystem and other such acts which have taken dance grooves to the biggest stages and the widest audiences.
Canceled Tour Dates
7/10 - Ottawa, ON - Ottawa Blues Festival
7/11 - Toronto, ON - Wrong Bar
7/12 - Mariaville, NY - Camp Bisco
7/13 - New York, NY - MoMA PS1 Warm Up
8/1 - Phoenix, AZ - Monarch Theatre
8/2 - San Francisco, CA - 1015 Folsom
8/3 - Los Angeles, CA - HARD Summer
Confirmed Tour Dates
8/30 - New York, NY - Electric Zoo -
8/31 - Chicago, IL - North Coast Music Festival