With Wolfgang Gartner‘s Love & War Tour officially wrapped up, the prolific electro-house kingpin treats his fans to the official video for his latest release “Love & War.” The video, filmed during his stop at The Warfield in San Francisco, showcases Wolfgang’s impressive stage production – and his latest tattoo.
Are you a twitter all-star? Well, if so, this could be your lucky day. Wolfgang Gartner is reserving two spots on his guest list at every stop on his Love & War tour this fall for the best tweeter in town. To enter the contest, simply tweet why you deserve to win free tickets on the day of the show with the hashtag #loveandwar. If chosen, you and a friend could be on your way to see Wolfgang, Pierce Fulton & Popeska tear it up that very evening. If his tour is as good as the Love & War EP, you’re not going to want to miss out on those tickets!
Click after the break for the Love & War tour dates and locations.
Coming off a relentless summer, and most recently his Casual Encounters of the 3rd Kind EP, Wolfgang Gartner returns with another two-track offering. Sharing the same name as his fall tour, the Love & War EP includes “Love & War” and “Nuke,” which Wolfgang himself has referred to as the favorite songs that he’s ever made.
Wolfgang sticks to his frenetic electro formula, but as usual, manages to shake things up enough for a refreshing sound. The intricacy in the productions and the signature Wolfgang elements combine for a seizure inducing sound on both tracks. Take a listen to both “Love & War” and “Nuke” and let us know which is your favorite — and per usual, the EP can be found on Beatport.
Wolfgang Gartner – Love & War (Original Mix)
Wolfgang Gartner – Nuke (Original Mix)
Wolfgang Gartner recently announced the release date for his upcoming two trackEP as September 17th and fans are rejoicing.Not only do we now know when to expect Love & War, but also what to expect, as Gartner has released previews for both songs featured on the recording. The producer-DJ is calling them the favorite songs he’s ever made, which is a big statement for any artist to make.
Both “Love & War” and “Nuke” employ Gartner’s signature electro sound but unlike other producers with a formula, none of his fans seem tired of it. Right now we’re favoring “Nuke” but are holding off on definitive judgement until the EP is released in full. Do you hear a bit of “Happy Violence” in “Nuke,” or is it just us?