ACRAZE Wants to be Taken Away: From the time he went to his first music festival in 2016, ACRAZE knew that he wanted to be a producer.
“The experience led to the beginning of ACRAZE,” he says. “I always took my project seriously from the beginning, but it got taken to the next level when we dropped ‘Do It To It’.”
Today, he says his vibe is all about getting people moving and feeling alive.
“I think house music did that for me when I transitioned into the genre,” he says. “I would describe my sound today as a mix of crazy, high-energy beats with killer melodies to keep things fresh.”
ACRAZE says the evolution of the electronic scene has been wild.
“There’s a lot of sick talent out there pushing boundaries and making up new subgenres,” he says. “As an artist, it’s an inspiring time to be part of this movement. I can’t wait to see what comes next and how my music can add more growth to the industry.”
The artist is headlining the Hollywood Palladium on March 10.
“The Hollywood Palladium show is gonna be crazy,” he says. “I’m introducing brand new visuals for the first time that I know will blow people’s minds. I’m also bringing several high-profile special guests. We’re working hard to create the best ACRAZE experience that’s just about the music. I can’t wait to share it with everyone who comes out to support and watch the show. March 10th is gonna be a night to remember, for sure.”
Looking ahead, ACRAZE has plenty planned for this year.
“I have some exciting stuff planned for 2023,” he says. “We’ve been working on releasing my latest track, ‘Take Me Away,’ which is dropping at the beginning of March. I’m back touring around the world, including some new stops in countries like Australia. I’m also dropping fresh ACRAZE merch soon, and I’ve been working on new music, including a few fire collabs with some big names. I’m definitely releasing way more tracks this year, and I’m ready for it.”
ACRAZE Wants to be Taken Away: ACRAZE performs at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday, March 10. His new single “Take Me Away” is out March 3.
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