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Project Z Is Bringing The Heat With Bass and Hard Dance

Coming to the NOS Events center of San Bernardino on August 12, 2017, Insomniac Events is bringing a stacked lineup of heavy-hitting artists to their Project Z party. Boasting 3 stages of heart-palpitating, gut-wrenching heavy bass and hard dance music, Project Z is set to be the heaviest party in California. So who’s playing this so called, end-all-be-all party of heavy parties? Glad you read far enough to ask! A few of the bigger names topping the lineup include Buygore owner and founder Borgore, Hardstyle legends D-Block and S-te-Fan, and Moody Good (who is probably the artist I’ve waiting the more »

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Boogie T. Crushes “Bass Invaders”

Last Friday Trinium Event‘s “Bass Invaders” hosted a stacked lineup including Boogie T, Shiverz B2B Obey, and Al Ross at the Candela Night Club in Niles, IL. I can easily say that it was one of the best riddim shows that I’ve been to in months. I showed up a few minutes after doors opened at 9 o’clock, and the line was already so long I didn’t get inside until 9:30. I was really looking forward to seeing The Riddim Boyz because they totally stole the show when they opened for Megalodon‘s Jurassic Tour in May. Thankfully I caught the end more »

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Awakening the Spirit within, Ray Volpe and Krys Talk team up for ‘Spirit Squad’

After completing serveral successful remixes for one another such as Fly Away and my personal favorite By Your Side, the artists known as Ray Volpe and Krys Talk are finally teaming up. This time they are back with a collaborative project under the title ‘Spirit Squad‘. The song starts off like the beginning of an action movie with its adrenaline-pumping synth that reminds you of the opening scene to The Dark Knight. As the energy begins to build up, out of no where a school bell rings surprising you. This is the signal from Ray and Krys that they’re about to shake more »

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INF1N1TE and Konus Drop Amazing Remix of Pavlo’s “Thief”

Just a few days ago, INF1N1TE and Konus released their remix of Theif and they did an amazing job. Pavlo originally released Thief a little over 7 months ago, and it was nothing like this reimagining. It was sort of hollow sounding, with less variations, and just shy of a club beat that an opener may play. Though the original from Pavlo could have had a lot more with done with it in my opinion, this remix does just that. INF1N1TE and Konus take the song, completely flip it and give it several more layers. The generic aspect of it is completely more »

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Motion Notion Reveals Lineup With Stacked Headliners!

In 2013, Motion Notion announced an insane lineup including Downlink, Liquid Stranger, and many more amazing artists. Since then we’ve seen Bear Grillz, 1NF1N1TE twice, but nothing like this years lineup. In 2017 Motion Notion will be hosting a huge number of artists, including, Datsik, Avalon, DirtyPhonics, Minnesota, and for the third year in a row, 1NF1N1TE. The festival will take place from Friday, August 24th to Monday, August 28th, 2017, and for anyone with early access, gates will open at 9AM on Thursday, August 23rd. All of the tickets are in Canadian dollars but in addition to being writers, all of us more »

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AFK X Wooli Release Blistering Riddim Banger [Free Download]

AFK

AFK & Wooli are two names that are building some of the most ground break bass music in the game right now. Gathering huge amounts of attention individually, a collab from these two is destined for greatness. The two producers have put together a track that is the just the right amount of each of their sounds. Combining the melodic elements of Wooli’s sounds in the breakdowns with the heavy Riddim wubs of AFK’s unique drops, this tune is bound to get any crown engaged and moving. Their tune “WDGAF” which is available for free download has amassed over 50k more »

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MELBOURNE TRAP PACK drops another big compilation!

The Melbourne Trap Pack, home to all things bass in Melbourne, has come out with the second instalment of their compilation album. Featuring many homegrown producers & members of the ever-growing Pack, the Melbourne Trap Pack Compilation 2 is filled to the brim with face-melting bass hits, punchy kick drums and snapping snares. Starting off strong, Cirrus comes out of the corner throwing the fattest 808 punches you’ve heard all week with his slow, eerie & heavy hitting track; ‘Pull It Back‘. The raw energy of ‘Pull It Back’ really shines with its powerful bassline and growling synths. Notpil & more »

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Jon Parra Impresses With New Single “Ominous” [Free Download]

Jon Parra

A new name you’re probably not familiar is floating to surface with some really solid bass tunes. Jon Parra is a Michigan based producer who has been in the game about two years and is beginning to really shine through with his newest release “Ominous”. The tune begins life featuring huge horn hits and, for lack of a better term other than the title, an ominous vibe that sets the stage well for the heavy hitting drop to come. The tune builds with an epic drum that drops into a head-banging drop filled with massive basses and intricate rhythms. The more »

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HOUNDS & SENOJNAYR – “WRATH”

Fresh delivery from Hucci’s label VERYON ARCHE. “Wrath” could be the soundtrack for 1000 short films. Near melancholy but never dull moods penetrate throughout and set the tone that HOUNDS & SENOJNAYR have crafted. This is the kind of song that fans will be referencing for a long time. “Wrath” is unchained to convention past the somewhat standard but well layered instruments and sounds. H&S take us through a gothic landscape, delicately assault us with some brassy synths, and then sweep it all into an eastern style swing that’s stronger than codeine. I keep pressing rewind and writing a new film in more »

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Artist Spotlight: Jessica Audiffred, the Mexico City Bass Baroness

Bass and Trap artist Jessica Audiffred has been on a roll over the last year. With backing from brands like Pioneer and Beats Audio, and even artist Flux Pavilion, it appears Jessica’s imminent come-up is more of a formality at this point, with the hard work already done. A dominant force already in the Mexican festival scene, 2017 appears to be the year where the Mexico City native will transition her momentum into the global scene. It’s easy to see why Jessica is such a powerhouse in the Mexican festival scene just by previewing any of her sets. Each mix more »

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