Why is George Evelyn, aka Leeds-based DJ/producer Nightmares on Wax, still touring relentlessly? Unlike the Rolling Stones, I don't think it's for the money, I think it's truly for the love. He has parlayed a late ’80s immersion into nascent hip-hop/b-boy culture into a signature sound of chillout beats and obscure samples that has propelled his career from the ’90s to the present—witness last year's Shape the Future on Warp Records. His appearances in Seattle have been an annual phenomenon since 2016 and he sold out Nectar this past February, which must be why we’re blessed with a second date in 2019. This is a tradition worth keeping.
by Gregory Scruggs
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