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Excision brought the bass and energy to a packed 713 Music Hall on February 24, kicking off his Nexus Tour in an electrifying fashion. The show, which was sold out well in advance, saw fans eager to experience his signature dubstep beats and incredible on-screen visuals.

While the first night was sold out, the second night offered another chance to witness Excision’s high-energy performance and pulsating music.

It wasn’t just about Excision on Saturday night, though. The show kicked off with opening sets from an awesome lineup, including Hairitage, Rated R, Level Up and Ghengar. Each artist brought their own unique sound to the stage, warming up the crowd and setting the scene for the main event. 

Excision took the stage at 12:40 a.m. on February 25, the energy shifted into a complete overdrive.

Fans were treated to a special Lord of the Rings-themed opening, featuring visuals of the fearsome Balrog and Gandalf, setting the stage for a night of pure bass-fueled mayhem. The lights pulsed and strobed in synchronicity with the bass, creating a visually stunning and immersive experience.

The stage production was a spectacle in itself. Lasers sliced through the smoke-filled air, while pyrotechnics erupted in sync with the music, adding another layer of excitement to the already electrifying atmosphere.

He performed an arsenal of his biggest hits and kept the crowd moving all night long. From songs such as “Feel Something (With I Prevail),” “Gold (Stupid Love)” and one of his latest singles “Dinosaurs from Outer Space.” He would later close out the night with a rendition of his song “Codename Reckless.” 

The sold-out show was a testament to Excision’s popularity and his ability to create an unforgettable live experience. From the diverse opening acts and to his incredible performance. The show encapsulated the power of bass music to unite and captivate a crowd.


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