Jauz Heightened Euphoric Feelings at The Midway

Jauz's "Block Party" tour stop at San Francisco's The Midway was a superb event.

Jauz is an artist who continues to uplift the genres of bass house, chill trap, and dubstep. The producer’s real name is Sam Vogel, birthplace is Mill Valley, California (about 14 miles north of San Francisco), and the man is a pioneer in American bass music, as well as founding his own record label, Bite This. Jauz has provided some of the most scintillating and addictive beats and rhythms that makes his style of music so distinctive in the respective genres he has produced his music in.

Whether if it’s popular tracks such as “No Doubt” and “This Is Off The Deep End” or latest bangers such as “Mercy” and “Like Before“, everyone can always count on Jauz to provide a fantastic performance from beginning to end. For this case, he proved it once more during his “Block Party” Tour. Here is the review of his amazing “Block Party” tour stop at San Francisco’s The Midway on September 10th.

The Midway Presents: Jauz’s Bite This Block Party

Originally, Jauz’s “Block Party” tour stop at The Midway (which is like his homecoming stop since he grew up in the nearby North Bay) was supposed to be held outdoors. However, the event moved indoors and into the main stage of The Midway and yet, the show still succeeded with amazing bass and trap music blaring throughout the venue. Joining the Bite This founder were the equally phenomenal talents of Surf Mesa, Holy Goof, Brody x Devin, and AMPRS&ND.

At the back patio area, old and new friends alike mingle with one another while taking a break from the dancing. In the same area, there is a nice cafeteria where attendees can quench their thirsts and curb their hungers. When it was time for Jauz to get on stage, the crowd awaited their time to rage to their hearts’ delight.

The block party packed a great bite to an awesome Saturday afternoon

Video Credit: Allen Robberson

The bass drops, the mixed synths, and the hyping of the crowd made the Block Party very epic. From the aforementioned new tracks like “Mercy” and “Like Before” to classic hits such as his remix of SHAED’s “Trampoline” and his collaborative single with Tchami, “Eternity”, Jauz showed the audience he is still a top star in American EDM. His performance at The Midway proved to be a perfect homecoming for him in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Even though the Block Party moved indoors, the enthusiasm shown by both Jauz and the fans showed that the gnarly atmosphere would still remain the same. As of this writing, Jauz is finishing up his “Block Party” Tour with a performance at Grand Park in Los Angeles. When Jauz announces another tour, one can be sure that it will be superb just like the “Block Party” Tour.

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Ken Ngo

Ken is a passionate sports and music fan with soccer being his #1 sport and European (particularly French and Dutch) house music being his #1 genre. His favorite producers are Martin Solveig, Sebastian Ingrosso, Madeon, Tiesto, Martin Garrix, and Armin Van Buuren.

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