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Over the weekend, Zeds Dead, Keys N Krates, Drezo and Pusher made their way to the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles for Zeds Deads's "Northern Lights" tour. The name of the tour, which is also the title of their debut album that was released earlier this year, was extremely fitting, as their light show was the highlight of the entire set.

Keys N Krates were equally as impressive as the duo, and they are always a treat to see because of their live instrumentation, and what set this Zeds Dead set apart from others is that they played almost all of their own, original music compared to remixes like they did in the past.

"We’ve always been the same, but now, with more tricks up our sleeves. We started off making hip-hop music but then we learned how to use different synths and applications and it just filtered into our production," Hooks from Zeds Dead told AXS last month. "We evolved with what we were listening to and what was inspiring us. We don’t really stay in one place, we’ve kind of always done what we wanted and there’s only been a few times where we’ve done a whole song and it didn’t sound like it was a Zeds Dead song."

Check out our full interview with Hooks here and all of our photos from the show above.