It’s 2018 and we find a 28-year-old GRiZ (or Grant Kwiecinski, to his mom) spending most of his days in the studio focusing on his next full body of work, which will undoubtedly be his most refined, polished, and personal offering to date. When not in the studio, GRiZ has been headlining Electric Forest, Lightning In A Bottle, Sloss, and other major festivals, as well as selling out his two-night run at Red Rocks Amphitheatre within an hour of on sale. The unforgettable Red Rocks weekend saw the return of
his powerhouse 15-piece live funk band and the second annual limited edition run of his Chasing The Golden Hour Ale. Touring aside, 2018 has been a year of self-reflection and creative development for Kwiecinski, who has signed off of social media and turned his focus on his new music.
Since his start, GRiZ has become a champion of the live electronic landscape; effortlessly blending
improvised saxophone, guitar, vocals and more over booming bass lines, hard drops, and some of the
most creative transitions in the game. A man of many talents, it’s no surprise that GRiZ’s show-stealing performances have reached the main stages at some of the largest festivals on the planet all while keeping true to his mantra
Show Love. Spread Love.