You're not about to get your Baauer fix. And you're not going to get any Boys Noize either.
The two bass producers canceled their joint tour citing "deadlines around new music." But we kind of feel like that's the sort of thing that should be considered before you schedule a tour. But if that's the excuse they wanna use, that's the excuse we're taking. These impending albums better be stellar.
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"Boys Noize and Baauer are disappointed to announce that they have to cancel the Run X Tour due to deadlines around new music," the official statement reads. "Thanks to all of their fans for the support."
The Run X Tour would have finished at the Fillmore Miami Beach on November 1 with additional stops in Los Angeles, Chicago, and other cities.
It was less than a week from getting under way. But maybe they thought they'd have their music done by now? Why don't they? We here at Crossfade know all about deadlines. They're terrible, but we don't go around scheduling cross-country trips when we know we don't have our shit together.
In a statement published to DoAndroidsDance.com, Boys Noize promised anyone who had already purchased tickets a full refund.
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