During Magnetic Music Festival, host campus Kennesaw State University saw one of their own performing his music for his peers, fellow students and spectators alike.
Blattner, left, performing as one-half of Absolute Zero.
Brian Blattner performed for thousands on the Enchanted Village stage as one-half of the duo Absolute Zero at Magnetic Music Festival. It was the duo’s first huge performance since forming less than a year ago.
“I’m just in shock,” Blattner said following his performance, which packed the stage for almost an hour. Absolute Zero also debuted one of their new, unnamed tracks for the set, which was met with praise and admiration from new and old fans alike. Also taking a risk, he and his partner, Ian Soto, opened for major artist Tritonal at Opera nightclub, where they played an unorthodox set for an opening act, at the behest of the club. They were soon contacted after that set by Liquifiedrepresentatives. “I just can’t believe we were asked to do this by Liquified. We were going to buy our tickets anyway, but they called and told us not to worry about buying them.”