Boys Noize Uplifted the Noise at Audio SF
Boys Noize's set at Audio SF on September 30th showed everyone why he is a Grammy winner.
Boys Noize is one of the world’s top techno artists. He is one of the few techno stars who has the extraordinary talent to play underground techno in front of large football (“soccer” as some people in certain countries call it) stadiums, basketball/hockey arenas, and at music festivals. Furthermore, he is also a Grammy award-nominated and award-winning producer as well, which gives him a much bigger reputation in the music industry.
Rolling Stone anointed Boys Noise as one of the “Top 10 DJs Who Rule The World” and Beatport elected him as “Best Electronic Act” three years in a row. Just recently, he finished the 2nd leg of POLARITY North American Tour and one of his tour stops was at San Francisco’s Audio SF on September 30th. Here is the review of that awesome set that Boys Noize produced at Audio SF.
Boys Noize Performed Superbly at Audio SF
Upon arriving at Audio SF, the crowd was treated by a nice opening set from Maj. After the set from the talented opening act, Boys Noize went up to the decks and ensured the crowd that the music he will play is going to be bangers as always. Some of those bangers include his remix of Solomun’s “Home”, his collaborative singles with Abra and Rico Nasty respectively, “Affection” and “Girl Crush“, and other memorable popular releases from his vast discography (especially tracks from his “Strictly Raw” releases).
Boys Noize proved to the audience why he is a 2020 Grammy nominee and a 2021 Grammy winner (respectively nominated for his collaboration with Skrillex and Ty Dolla $ign on “Midnight Hour” and won the award for his work with Tchami on Lady Gaga’s “Rain On Me” featuring Ariana Grande. The audience at Audio SF danced and grooved to the beats with intensity, just like if they were at a stadium or festival. Check out this Boys Noize’s tracks from Spotify above to see why the fans at Audio SF were pumped up by his beats and why he is a Grammy award-winning producer.