3-1-3 is back after a holiday hiatus, highlighting artists coming to Michigan, and we’re starting 2017 off right. House mastermind Worthy is embarking on a cross-country tour, and doing it in an amazing way. Dubbed the “One on One” tour, Worthy is bringing one different talented artist to each stop on the tour, including a date with Golf Clap at Necto in Ann Arbor on January 26th. With artists like Oliver Dollar, Kill Frenzy, J.Phlip, and Gina Turner joining him on tour, it’s going to be a can’t-miss affair no matter which city you live in. Check out the full tour schedule below, along with everything you need to know about Worthy. And stay tuned to The Hypist, because we’ll be giving away tickets to his Portland show in the near future.
3 Essential Tracks:
Yolanda Be Cool & Worthy – Pump The Rump
If you’re familiar with Dirtybird’s booty-popping dirty house, you either already love this song, or you’re about to. This collaboration with Yolanda Be Cool made me love Worthy’s music before I even knew who he was.
Odesza – Sun Models (Worthy Remix)
Worthy’s mix of Odesza is more of a club mix than a full out remix, but that’s the beauty of it. The heart and vibe of the song stays intact, while the setting for it’s use goes from living rooms and main stages to basements and clubs.
Worthy – So Delicious
More booty-popping music tailor-made for one of the best compilations around. Worthy’s style is perfectly Dirtybird, and a lot of his Dirtybird cohorts will be joining him on tour.
1 Essential Mix:
Like any talented house artist, there are amazing mixes galore to choose from, and picking one as “essential” is nearly impossible, but this Metronome mix for Insomniac is one of my favorites.
3 Other Artists To Check Out:
With different artists on each stop of his tour, handpicking just three to highlight was a difficult task. You should really go through all his tour companions and listen to each of them, but if you’re pressed for time check out these three.
Worthy’s One on One Tour is hitting cities across the country all winter, including stop at Necto in Ann Arbor on January 26th and 45 East in Portland on March 4th. Tickets are for all dates available here.