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U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20009
Jerry Folk & SAINT WKND with Indiginis: Foreign Affair Tour 2018 at U Street Music Hall
10PM / $15 / 18+
Tickets on sale 12/14 at 10AM ET
Deep in the hub of Germany, the raw sounds of 21 year old Maximilian Seethaler's tycoon SAINT WKND is fusing danceable mixture of deep, tech and house beats with a subtle tropical-like inspired round of evocative chilled indie sounds.
In less then a year he reached an impressive 18 million unique Soundcloud plays and scored multiple #1 spots on the all acclaimed Hype Machine with remixes for Australian future-beat boss Chet Faker, indie group Saint Motel and his first solo release «Lost(Runaway)» feat. Inglsh.
Inspired by artists such as Pharrell Williams, Daft Punk, Jay Z and with his love for underground music, the SAINT WKND phenomenon is nothing short of a future and unique musical experience, which will be hard to forget.
With his bags fully packed and ready to go, SAINT WKND invites you to join his world of bass infused indie music and dance the night away.
Upon his impending exit from his teenage years, Norway-bred DJ/producer, Jerry Folk has been organically developing an impressively substantial following through his innate ability to surprise fans each time he releases one of his eclectic productions. Remixing the likes of Baby Bash, Oh Wonder, Chromeo, ZZ Ward and already taking a turn with an original production, the rising talent has accrued millions of plays on his SoundCloud artist page and has already seen support from fellow Norwegian superstars Kygo and Lindstrøm.
Jerry Folk creatively instills his signature blend of indie, disco, funk, R&B, and house in a captivating, yet sophisticated, manner with every release he touches, and demonstrates a trend of versatility across his catalog of musical outputs. While he continues moving forward at the pinnacle of dance newcomers destined for success, Jerry Folk presents an example of a young talent with proven production techniques well beyond his years, and he continues to disregard the barriers of genre labels in an attempt to further develop his indicative style.