Snails & Space Laces reveal new “Break It Down” remix

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Don’t you love when artists release new music at live events? Last night at Bassrush, Snails & Space Laces released a new remix of their song “Break it Down”. The original song dropped in early January featuring Sam King. This new remix is bassier and not for the light-hearted. Pair that with insane lights and louder

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Bassrush unveils ground shaking compilation album with Caspa, Spag Heddy, Herobust and more

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Bassrush unveils ground shaking compilation album with Caspa, Spag Heddy, Herobust and moreDon Idio Visuals Headbanging

Bassrush has long been a staple of the United States bass music scene, with their events and stage takeovers present at festivals all over the country. Enlisting some of the top talent at their disposal, Bassrush have put together Bassrush Massive: The Album, a compilation project jam-packed with exciting new music.

Mainstays and veteran bass deities alike, including Caspa, Boogie T, Herobust, and Minnesota all drop off heavy-hitting dubstep and bass tracks, each asserting their dominating styles with impressive sound design. The compilation also features some rising names in drum and bass, with Phace, Mefjus, Soothslayer, and Prolix dropping off high octane upbeat setlist ignitors. Additional underground standouts include “raider” by Tsuruda, “Bouncing Souls” by NastyNasty, and Great Dane’s “Elevate.” Brimming with some of the most innovative sounds of the low-end, this new Bassrush compilation is not one to miss.

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Insomniac Adds Even More Artists to Packed EDC Week

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In 2013 Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman dubbed an entire week leading up to and following Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas as “EDC Week”. The goal was to bring seven days of curated entertainment and special events for fans of EDM that come from all points of the world to experience EDC Las Vegas. This

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Exclusive: YOOKiE – Project 9

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Just days after the release of “Dinner Chat” with Jauz and josh pan, New York brother duo YOOKiE have released a formidable single called “Project 9.”

The brothers say “Project 9” is representative of  their “bass music mantra from its very core,” something that’s unabashedly apparent from the get-go. With an intense build that burgeons from the first few seconds of the track, “Project 9” drops the listener into a chorus of heavy, bone-rattling bass. The duo lead their listeners through the track’s three-minute length, drenching them in elements of trap, dubstep, and everything in between.

With bass so deep it’ll shake you to your core, YOOKiE hold nothing back on “Project 9.”

The track is out March 14 via Bassrush.

Dirty Audio – Stacks

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Less than a month after his massive collaboration with Delta Heavy, Dirty Audio has returned with a solo endeavor, “Stacks.”

In true Dirty Audio style, “Stacks” zeroes in on pounding, hefty bass, assisted by a haunting piano melody and occasional snake flute solos. Its gargantuan anthemic feel primes the trap track for live performances, where it’s sure to excite crowds globally.

The 22-year-old LA-based producer has had a wild ride this year, releasing a wide array of originals and collaborations that transcend classification and spark the interest of listeners around the world.

“Stacks” is out now on Bassrush.

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Pasquale Rotella Addresses Issues At This Year’s Escape: Psycho Circus

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Last weekend’s annual Escape: Psycho Circus event definitely didn’t go off without a hitch, but that isn’t to say it was an utter failure, either. In terms of raves in general, it was pretty standard in its security, arrests, decor and performances – though whenever there’s an Insomniac tag attached to a festival, you can expect a lot more than “standard.”

Nevertheless, last weekend was faced with a lot of issues stemming from fake ticket sales from third parties, as well as more people than ever coming with the sole purpose to crash the event, according to Insomniac founder and CEO, Pasquale Rotella. This year, hundreds attempted to storm the gates and many succeeded in getting in while others with legitimate tickets were forced to wait while the situation was handled.

In an post to his followers on Facebook, Rotella promises they’ve already “begun discussing new strategies to outsmart the scalpers and the gate crashers because it’s frustrating to have the night start off on a sour note after working so hard to prepare a great show.”

Rotella also remarked how the Chopping Block stage on Friday, home to Bassrush, caused an “unacceptable” wait due to the sheer amount of people inside. The stage is currently inside of a large, warehouse-like structure and so has a maximum capacity. Rotella promises that next year the stage will be in an outside tent to avoid waits like this year.

 

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