PK Sound Announces New ‘Gravity’ Line, Bassheads Rejoice
Dance Music Northwest's Cameron Frazier gives fans the lowdown on the new Gravity 30 subwoofer from PK Sound, one of the most revered professional audio system manufacturers in EDM known for handling the production of such festivals as EDC, Shambhala, Paradiso and Lightning in a Bottle.This article originally appeared on Dance Music Northwest
Shambhala, Paradiso, Bass Coast, EDC, Lightning in a Bottle…all these events have on thing in common: PK Sound. The once small speaker company from Calgary, Alberta has quickly become the top choice of speakers for festivals, touring shows and even venues. PK Sound’s Co-founder and Village stage director, Jeremy Bridge, also known as Subvert, has been helping lead the charge of progressive advances in audio technology and helping define the bass music scene of today. With a reputation for literal body moving sound, PK’s latest addition to their speaker family only furthers their name in the dance music community.
It’s no secret that the PNW loves their bass and arguably just as much as the “Center of bass music”. Taking a look at some of the festival lineups from 2016 alone, it’s clear that promoters and artists would also agree. With their humble beginnings from Shambhala Music Festival some 10 years ago, PK Sound has boomed into the spotlight of nearly every major festival in the PNW. With the unveiling of their Trinity line array at Paradiso 2015, it was obvious that they were here to stay...