Tacoma's Enumclaw have emerged as one of the most exciting new bands out of the Pacific Northwest with their impressive '90s-steeped rock jams that put a refreshing energy into a beloved nostalgic sound. Boldly coming out the gates with the motto "the best band since Oasis," the four-piece outfit fronted by Aramis Johnson quickly garnered acclaim for their early singles from premier publications like Pitchfork and The Fader ahead of releasing their breakthrough debut full-length album Save The Baby this past October.
Enumclaw are embarking on a North American tour throughout March and early April 2022, with a tour kick-off date at the Wild Buffalo in Bellingham on March 3rd before closing out the tour in Seattle headlining Neumo's on April 8th.
Enumclaw's exclusive guest DJ mix for Midnight In A Perfect World is a wonderful glimpse into the band's eclectic influences, with Aramis cohesively bringing together rock, soul, R&B, pop, and folk favorites in true mixtape fashion.
|Midnight in a Perfect World||Intro|
|Yves Tumor||Heaven Surrounds Us Like a Hood|
|Militarie Gun||Do It Faster|
|Strange Ranger||House Show|
|Nourished By Time||Quantum Suicide|
|Sampha||Can't Get Close|
|Mary J. Blige||You Remind Me|
|Caroline Polachek||I Believe|
|Karen Dalton||Something On Your Mind|
Midnight in a Perfect World, KEXP's weekly hour-long guest DJ show, airs Fridays at midnight. This multi-genre program features eclectic sets by a rotating cast of international and local DJ's, each building upon a party vibe to kick off your weekend. Midnight in a Perfect World is made possible with support from New Belgium Brewing.
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