Unlike Pluto Announces ‘Everything Black’ North American Tour


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After being named one of Billboard Dance’s Artists to Watch in 2016 and the following through with a massively successful year, Unlike Pluto has announced he’ll be blasting off on his North American ‘Everything Black’ tour in March.

Traversing the content on the 23-date, two month run, the Atlanta-born music-maker will headline shows in Los Angeles, Denver, San Francisco, Toronto and Chicago amongst others. Unlike Pluto will weave together his abilities as both a producer and a songwriter into his DJ sets, touting the bass-fueled beats that have skyrocketed him to the top of the dance community.

The producer will also release his next single “Worst In Me” on February 8 via Trap Nation’s label Lowly Palace – however you can grab in right now for free for 24 hours by clicking here. The instrumentally-driven, slow-churning groove is anchored by his own saucy vocals belting out a breakup, exemplifying Unlike Pluto’s penchant for composing crossover records that work equally well on festival stages and radio airwaves alike.

In addition to the release of “Worst In Me,” Unlike Pluto’s next few weeks are jam packed with new music. On February 14 he releases a spectacular cover of TLC’s “No Scrubs;” on February 21 he launches “Sweet;” and on March 3rd his next smash, “Everything Black” will start taking over the world.

Unlike Pluto (AKA Armond Arabshahi) is a DJ/Producer/Songwriter from Atlanta, based in Los Angeles. Pluto began teaching himself how to play the piano at the age of 5. His obsession with music lead him to learn the guitar, drums, & for the heck of it, clarinet. Throughout Pluto’s childhood, he began navigating through different genres of music, starting with rock, country, folk, screamo, and most recently electronic/dance music. His experiences in all of these genres can be heard in his most recent releases, utilizing real instruments & classic songwriting techniques. Whenever Pluto has free time, he likes to go to record stores and find obscure records for inspiration; now he may has too many to count. From playing multiple major festivals to releasing timeless originals, 2016 has been quite a year for Pluto. After being included in Billboard Dance’s Artists to watch in 2016, one can only imagine what else he has in store.

April 7 – Austin, TX – Euphoria Music & Camping Festival
April 9 – Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix Lights
April 13 – Vancouver, BC – Celebrities (SEASONS Music Festival)
April 14 – Edmonton, AB – Northern Lights Music Festival
April 15 – Minneapolis, MN – The Loft
April 20 – Ferndale, MI – Grasshopper Underground
April 21 – Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground
April 22 – Athens, OH – # FEST
April 27 – San Francisco, CA – 1015 Folsom
April 28 – Milwaukee, WI – SITE1A
April 29 – Chicago, IL – The MID
May 4 – Salt Lake City, UT – Sky
May 5 – Portland, OR – 45 East
May 6 – Seattle, WA – Foundation Nightclub
May 12 – Los Angeles, CA – TBA
May 18 – Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
+ More dates to be added

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Photo Credit: Kameron Rogers