With a spring in Seattle that is filled to the brim with 21+ shows, it is hard not to feel a little left out if you are not of age. Thankfully, the bass gods are providing us children with at least one gift, as Seattle welcomes Belgium’s Ganja White Night to the Crocodile on April 7. Ganja White Night is sure to get the dance floor moving with their ear-breaking bass. This duo’s combination of tribal rhythms and a deep low-end has the Seattle bass scene impatiently awaiting their arrival. Ganja White Night’s fifth and newest album, Hybrid Distillery, shows their fans just how capable these two are at crafting body shaking tunes. Moving from a more classic dubstep sound to an experimental wobble with this new album, we are looking forward to seeing what they throw down at the Crocodile. Check out their Spring Tour Promo Mix for a sneak peek of the action. Although the music is sure to be killer, that is not the only exciting part of the show. Delit2fuite, a graffiti artist and draftsman, is sure to bring a stellar visual element to the show as the director. With this April 7 show quickly approaching, we wouldn’t wait to get those tickets. Tickets are only $18 advance and you can grab yours here. For our readers over 18 that are looking for more shows in Washington that aren’t 21+, check out the Deadmau5 tour also coming in April! What is your favorite Ganja White Night song? Do you like the direction their newest album headed? Leave your opinion in the comments below! Lauren Taylor Just a girl who surrounds herself in all things bass. From Dnb to experimental trap to bassline, if it has the vibrations she’s dancing to it. Though she had her “raving” start in the underground music scene of Seattle, more recently Lauren can be found flailing her body at clubs in Vancouver, BC and all ages venues throughout the Northwest.