CruCast, the UK’s biggest new bass music label, has announced a four-date UK spring tour in 2020, following the brand’s sold-out Printworks show.
The CruCast dates will be staged at large venues in Manchester, Leeds, Oxford and Southampton and follow up this autumn’s sold out indoor festival tour, taking in in Newcastle, Birmingham, Nottingham and London. The registration for priority access to tickets has now gone live with tickets on sale at www.crucast.com. Dates confirmed include 1st February, Mayfield Depot Manchester; 14th February, 02 Leeds; 21st March, 02 Academy Oxford, and 25th April, Switch, Southampton.
Each CruCast event will feature major artist line-ups, the hottest new talent, and state-of-the-art production. Already confirmed for the tour dates are CruCast headliners Skepsis, Darkzy, Lazcru, Bru-C, Window Kid, Kanine and TS7.
The CruCast label is largely involved with the new wave of bass music including bassline, drum & bass, jungle and jump up, dubstep and UKG. The label is best known for its development of the ever-growing bassline sound that’s fast becoming the soundtrack for a new generation of UK ravers, both in terms of recordings with CruCast releasing a track a week, and live events, which are now bigger than ever.
CruCast hit new heights in 2019 with ten festival stage takeovers including Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds, Creamfields, SW4 and Amnesia (Ibiza) with Together to name a few.
The label has just released Bru-C’s debut album “Original Sounds” with the lead track “You And I” with Simula already scoring 4 million Spotify streams and 2 million YouTube views. The CruCast label, which began 3 years ago, has scored big with releases Skepsis’ “Goes Like,” Darkzy’s “Gun Fingers” and Kanine “Want You,” all of which have gone on to become iconic tracks for what’s emerged as a new era for UK dance music.