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Mersiv is making his way around the United States this fall for the Out Of Bounds tour, hitting over 20 cities with a diverse group of artists as support. The experimental bass producer is kicking off the Out Of Bounds tour on September 1st with shows in Florida, Tennesee, Kansas, Missouri, and Georgia, along with three in Texas. 

The first of nine blurred-out dates on the tour poster come between his stops in Texas and Arizona. California is then getting hit with five shows before continuing along the West Coast and Pacific Northwest. The Rocky Mountains and Midwest will then experience the flow before he finishes in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. 

Special guests BUKU, Minnesota, Tripp St., and Wreckno are joining Mersiv for select dates, as well as dubstep artists Tape B, HEYZ, and Raaket. Multigenre bass producers Deadcrow, Jon Casey, Sippy, Stooki Sound, and Veil are throwing down, along with experimental bass artists Ujuu, Molokai, Vide, and Evaluation.

Mersiv has been leaning into the freeform bass genre for almost a decade, creating fresh, innovative music. The tour announcement comes about a month after he revealed that his second album, Out of Bounds, is being released this fall. 

Presented by Mersiv’s label, Morflo Records, and Offbeat, it is his largest tour with a new album and elevated production. On Instagram, he wrote, “Join me as we break free from the ordinary and dive deep into uncharted realms. Thankful to have such a talented group of artists tagging along with us…,” confirming boundary-breaking performances. 

This year, Mersiv headlined Red Rocks, sold-out The Brooklyn Mirage, and played festivals like Bonnaroo and Okeechobee. So far, he has only released one song, “Rainbow Road,” with atmospheric drops, choppy bass, and an interesting soundscape. 

A list of dates and where to buy tickets for the Out Of Bounds tour are on his official website. While we wait for his upcoming album, listen to “Rainbow Road” by Mersiv here: 

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