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Balkan Bump, the newest project from trumpet player, producer and ethnomusicologist Will Magid, launched to an unexpecting audience in late 2017 with his debut track “Aymo” alongside superstar collaborators Gramatik and Talib Kweli. Finding an affinity based in his own Balkan roots, Gramatik has championed the new project by debuting Balkan Bump’s first live performance at Gramatik’s NYE show at Terminal 5, taking Balkan Bump’s live show on the road for the Spring 2018 Re:Coil tour, and releasing Balkan Bump’s debut EP via his Lowtemp l

With an epic year behind him, Gramatik is now ready to start the next chapter, and 2017 promises to be just as wild. Last year, he impressed fans and critics alike with the new album, Epigram and its subsequent remix EP featuring a number of Gramatik's favorite producers.  To kick off 2017, Gramatik released a new collaboration with GRiZ, titled "As We Proceed" that has clocked in over a million plays on Soundcloud since its January release.

Just before 2016 came to a close, Gramatik treated his fans to the final remix pack of tracks from his album Epigram that came out earlier that year and was celebrated as his most accomplished work to date. Single "Satoshi Nakamoto" served as one of the most nostalgic tracks on the record as it represented a return to Gramatik's hip-hop roots. A couple of sessions in the studio spliced with some signature production tricks, and the bits & pieces came together beautifully for MCs Adrian Lau and ProbCause to lay down some bars to complete the track.

A cut from Gramatik's early 2016 album Epigram, a project celebrated as his most accomplished work to date, single "Satoshi Nakamoto" served as one of the most nostalgic tracks on the record as it represented a return to Gramatik's hip-hop roots. A couple of sessions in the studio spliced with some signature production tricks, and the bits & pieces came together beautifully for MCs Adrian Lau and ProbCause to lay down some bars to complete the track.

It's been nearly two years since Gramatik dropped his seminal album, The Age of Reason, in partnership with BitTorrent, quickly becoming the platform's third most downloaded artist in 2014. Since then Gramatik has embarked on several world tours, leaving only the occasional weekend off to record. He used the downtime wisely, crafting his most sonically sprawling and ambitious record yet. Today, fans are treated to the Slovenia-born producer's long-awaited new album, Epigram, released via his own label, Lowtemp Music.

It's been nearly two years since Gramatik dropped his seminal album, The Age of Reason, in partnership with BitTorrent, quickly becoming the platform's third most downloaded artist in 2014. Since then Gramatik has embarked on several world tours, leaving only the occasional weekend off to record. He used the downtime wisely, painstakingly crafting his most sonically sprawling and ambitious record yet.

After a particularly grueling winter, festivalgoers around the country are dreaming of their summer getaways and for many music fans, this means a breathtaking weekend at Summer Camp Music Festival 2014. What started as roughly a 1,000 person gathering has blossomed into a 7-stage, 15,000 person event that stands as one of the Midwest’s premier festivals today.

React Presents & Silver Wrapper are thrilled to announce the electro-soul producer GRAMATIK at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University on New Year's Eve with trap/electro producer heRobust, five-headed beatsmiths ExMag, and Chicago's own Manic Focu

Gramatik announces part two of the infamous Age Of Reason Tour and unleashes the second single off his forthcoming album, The Age Of Reason. The brand-new single titled, "You Don't Understand" features guitarist Don Daro of Exmag; who will also be joining Gramatik on tour this fall.

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