Last year, Gesaffelstein embarked on his North American Requiem Tour, which hit a select number of cities, including Los Angeles. On November 8th, the gifted electronic artist touched down in LA for a riveting performance at popular concert venue Shrine Expo Hall, which was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 1975.
The show was brimming with the authentic sonic flair and dark mystique of Gesaffelstein, who remains one of the most prolific producers in electronic music despite his enigmatic presence. His signature branding, which is highlighted by a monolith covered entirely in Vantablack, exudes a nostalgic yet metaphysical film noir feel that is emblematic of a truly unique live music experience.
In true Gesaffelstein fashion, the French record producer and DJ recently took to Facebook to announce a live re-broadcast of his Requiem show at the Shrine. Including only the words "Online Soon," Gesaffelstein did not divulge a date of the livestream, so fans will have to stay tuned for more. You can check out the Facebook post below.
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