Excision and Dion Timmer Debut “Time Stood Still” Before New EP

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Bass music is about to be blessed again. Excision and Dion Timmer are set to drop their joint EP Breaking Through tomorrow – June 21st. And, to give us a little teaser, they dropped “Time Stood Still” and it is everything you could want and more. This new track is the perfect combination of melodic chords and

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Lost Lands unveils 2019 lineup with three Excision sets, Zeds Dead, NGHTMRE, Black Tiger Sex Machine + more

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Lost Lands unveils 2019 lineup with three Excision sets, Zeds Dead, NGHTMRE, Black Tiger Sex Machine + moreWompy Woods At Lost Lands

Back for its third year in the running, Lost Lands officially revealed its full lineup for 2019. Packed with fan favorites as well as fresh talent, the Excision-curated festival returns to Legend Valley, Ohio for three days of headbanger heaven Sept. 27-29.

Since Lost Lands’ inception, creator Excision has continued working to improve the festival experience for attendees. Some focus points promised for this year’s iteration include introduction of Wednesday early entry, reformatting of the “Dino Den” area to include three camping options, relocation of late-night sound camps to the main venue, and stop additions to the long haul shuttles.

This year’s lineup boasts diversity across the bass scene, bringing on big names like Black Tiger Sex Machine, Ganja White Night, Flosstradamus, Subtronics, EPROM and championing rising newcomers like Whipped Cream, Wavedash, Wooli, 1788-L and Peekaboo. Festival-goers will be treated to three distinct Excision sets—a two-hour solo set, Excision b2b Illenium, and an Excision detox set. See the full lineup below and purchase tickets here.

Shambhala Music Festival reveals its 2019 lineup, featuring Silk City, GRiZ, Zeds Dead, and more

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Shambhala Music Festival is recognized as the longest-running music festival in Canada. It is known for its eccentric art installations, educational workshops, and unique blissful experiences that soothe the soul. The wait for the 2019 lineup is over, and Shambhala has delivered a promising set of talent for their 22nd anniversary, returning to the Salmo River Ranch in British Columbia, Canada on Aug. 9-12.

Heavy-hitting dubstep acts like Excision, Zeds Dead, Downlink, Liquid Stranger, and Boogie-T will bring their forceful bass to the ranch for the fest’s forthcoming iteration. The lineup also includes bass house favorites such as Jauz, Cazztek, Jack Beats and Volac, along with sultry electronica and nu jazz sets from Bonobo and Grammy-nominated producer ZHU. The roster is blessed by legendary veterans from around the world, including Kaskade, Diplo and Mark Ronson‘s Silk City project, Nero, and Chris Lake and Chris Lorenzo as Anti Up, who are undoubtedly putting together an unforgettable performance.

Attendees can expect an all new installation called “Shambhala Favourites,” which feature the talents of A-Skillz, Father Funk, Smalltown DJs, Stickybuds, and more. Over the course of April, Shambhala will be adding 200-plus artists to the lineup that will fulfill all six stages, The Amphitheatre, The Fractal Forest, The Grove, The Living Room, The Pagoda and The Village.

Learn about payment plans and get tickets here.

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îleSoniq reveals phase one lineup for Aug. 9-10 takeover: Above & Beyond, Marshmello, Kaskade, and more

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îleSoniq reveals phase one lineup for Aug. 9-10 takeover: Above & Beyond, Marshmello, Kaskade, and more062 Ile Soniq Day 1 Photo Susan Moss

îleSoniq has commemorated their sixth anniversary with the anticipated reveal of their phase one lineup, giving festival-goers an idea of the explosion of artists in store. As previous years have found success in fusing the hip-hop and electronic music spheres together, the 2019 edition returns to parc Jean-Drapeau over Aug. 9-10 for the return of the annual event. 

Headliners Above & Beyond and Marshmello are scheduled to close out festivities throughout the weekend, and will be accompanied by main stage selects Alesso and Kaskade to light up the weekend, in addition to by sets from fan-favorites across the electronic spectrum. For the first time in îleSoniq history, attendees can expect to be immersed with the sounds of its inaugural underground house and techno stage, complete with sets by Nicole Moudaber, Lane 8, Yotto and Claptone.

In addition to the influx of house and techno artists, bass fans will witness the return of head-banging dignitary Excision, along with the likes of Mastadon, Peekaboo, Midnight T, G. Jones and Montréal native, Snails amidst the weekend.

Two-day festival passes available for purchase here.

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Forbidden Kingdom brings bass-laden lineup to Florida for inaugural President’s Day weekend installment

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Forbidden Kingdom brings bass-laden lineup to Florida for inaugural President’s Day weekend installmentForbidden Kingdom Festival Poster

There’s a newcomer to the southern Florida festival circuit. Forbidden Kingdom Music Festival beckons bass enthusiasts to venture out to Florida’s Sunset Cove Amphitheater in Boca Raton, to take part in the event’s inaugural iteration, slated for Feb. 16-17. The first-ever two-day affair will make the festival grounds shake, with sets from high-octane entities like Excision, Zomboy, Adventure Club, 12th Planet, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, and SQUNTO, among other top-notch electronic talent. The wubs will be in no short supply, what with Excision’s exclusive back-to-back performance alongside Dion Timmer.

Forbidden Kingdom Festival offers a booming bass reprieve from daily routine President’s Day weekend 2019. Two-day GA passes are available for those seeking to escape into the low end with the bass extraordinaries that top Forbidden Kingdom’s lineup. Those interested in attending Forbidden Kingdom’s very first installment can also purchase single day tickets.

Purchase two-day and single day tickets here.

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Ever After Music Festival unveils lineup for 2019 edition with headliners Kill The Snails, Excision, and Illenium

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Dubbed by some as the “Canadian Lost Lands,” Ever After Music Festival has made waves in the electronic music festival scene by delivering a heavy heaping of bass music for their festival weekend. For their forthcoming fifth anniversary, Ever After returns to Kitchener, Ontario with their signature bass-laden lineup, featuring headliners Kill The Snails, Excision and Illenium, amongst a grandiose collection of listed artists.

Hosted over the June 7-9 weekend, Ever After has worked towards providing an improved attendee experience, making changes that includes advanced sound engineering from PK Sound, boasting more than 750,000 watts of untamed bass over the three days. Past years from the festival have seen the gradual increase in the booking of house artists, continuing into the 2019 edition with artists Green Velvet, Chris Lake and Justin Martin to share a stage with other fan favorites. To complete the experience, the festival offers a variety of amenities such as an upgraded camping experience and access to the on-grounds water park available to all attendees.

Festival and camping passes are available here.

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Ever After Music Festival Reveals 2019 Lineup

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Ever After Musical Festival returns for its fifth installment with a bass packed lineup. Returning to its home in Kitchener, Ontario, Ever After 2019 will go down June 7-9. Canada’s leading electronic music event proves just why it’s #1 with a power-player filled lineup. Ever After 2019 features performances from the likes of Feed Me,

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Excision announces Bass Canyon and Lost Lands dates

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Excision announces Bass Canyon and Lost Lands datesEcision Deto Set 2018

Excision recently announced the 2019 dates of his monstrous bass festivals: Bass Canyon and Lost Lands. Along with touring year-round, Jeff Abel successfully launched two festivals in the past two years that catered to massive amounts of watts, amplifying low-end sound frequencies. Lost Lands launched in 2017, while Bass Canyon debuted in 2018. Both have called for sequels as headbangers flocked to their bass mecca of like-minded dubstep fans.

Bass Canyon and Lost Lands will take place August 23-25 and September 27-29, respectively, according to social media posts from Excision. Although Lost Lands brought ripples to the Thornville, Ohio community, the festival will be returning to its original location, Legend Valley. Bass Canyon will also remain in its original location: The Gorge in Washington.

Keep an eye out for festival lineups dropping in March (Bass Canyon) and April (Lost Lands).

 

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Excision Releases 2019 Dates For Bass Canyon and Lost Lands

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We honestly don’t know how Excision does it. It seems as if the man is always touring and then on top of that, he’s started two very successful festivals. And now we have the 2019 dates for both Bass Canyon and Lost Lands. Bass Canyon will be held August 23-25 and Lost Lands will be

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Excision Asks For Help From Fans While Curating The Lineups For His 2019 Festivals

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To say that Excision had a year to remember in 2018 would be a massive understatement. Excision saw a massive cross-country tour, the debut of his Bass Canyon Festival at the Gorge in Washington state, and a further expansion of his Lost Lands Festival in Ohio. More than anything, Excision once again championed some of

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