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G Jones – In Your Head

G Jones is known for his unapologetically aggressive take on experimental bass music. Following his recent cinematic single, “Understanding the Possibility,” the artist has returned with “In Your Head,” the second single off the producer’s forthcoming album. Wasting no time, G Jones opens with a chaotic buildup and a heavy, bouncing beat that would make […]

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G Jones – Understanding the Possibility

Greg Jones has long been keen on foregoing the commercial spotlight in order to stay in the underground. That underground locale for the hard-hitting experimental bass music producer has earned him collaborations with The Widdler, Bassnectar, Bleep Bloop, DJ Shadow, and EPROM, to name a few. Dubbed a “mad scientist in his own right” by friend and […]

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Camping Under the Electric Sky: EDC 2018

As a festival built on an ethereal foundation of acceptance, imagination and an appreciation for dance music, Electric Daisy Carnival has contrived and solidified their elusive reputation in the realm of music festivals. It has grown to become one of the most distinguished dance music festivals throughout the globe, after years of creating transcendental experiences that […]

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Electric Zoo announces ferocious phase two line-up additions: Alesso, Tiësto, Chris Lorenzo, Destructo, and more

Made Event‘s titanic New York-based festival, Electric Zoo, is celebrating its tenth birthday this Labor Day Weekend, August 31st–September 2nd. To mark the momentous double-digit occasion, the wildlife-themed event has added two more headlining artists in Alesso and Tiësto to join the star-studded cast of talent that already tops the 2018 bill: Kaskade, Marshmello, Martin Garrix, and Virtual Self. Other notable acts […]

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​Zeds Dead share full lineup for 5th annual Red Rocks event, ‘DEADROCKS’

Zeds Dead are bringing their annual Deadrocks show to Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado, and for their fifth occasion, the boys are surely pulling out all the stops. The two-day event boasts a hefty list of line-up support, with G Jones, Ekali, Psymbionic, Mad Zach and Deadbeats Records artist DNMO on July 2nd, and Rusko, EPROM, Habstrakt, Um..,  and Chuurch on July 3rd. Over the years, the Deadrocks event has become a sold-out family […]

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Stream Bassnectar’s 6-track ‘Reflective Pt. 2’ EP

All things wild and wonderful come packaged into pairs, or at least that’s the feeling the Bassnectar community feels as Lorin Ashton releases the second installment of his Reflective EP project, out now on Amorphous Records.Along with Ashton’s previously released singles — “Slather,” “Other Worlds,” and “Psyopia” — comes three new tracks that brings closure to his 2017 musings in the […]

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WATCH: Bassnectar drops unreleased music at Suwannee Hulaween

For those who closely follow amorphous bass music producer Lorin Ashton, the man behind Bassnectar has been especially quiet as of late. The reason for this deliberate silence, as Ashton revealed on Twitter, is because he’s tirelessly posted up in the lab working on the sequel to his two-part Reflective EP project, featuring collaborations with GnarGnar, Digital Ethos, and GJones.While headlining day one of Suwannee […]

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EPROM shares heavy-handed new five-track EP, ‘Pineapple’

2017 has been a busy year for EPROM. After releasing Night the Dreadless Angel EP under the moniker Shades, a duo comprising of himself and UK-based drum & bass producer Alix Perez, EPROM has returned to his solo output with his long-awaited Pineapple EP.Pineapple features four original tracks and one remix. Opening the collection with the EP’s fitting title track, EPROM breaks […]

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Bassnectar releases tracks with G Jones and Dorfex Bos from ‘Reflective’ EP

There has always been the presence of a yin and yang in Lorin Ashton’s music. The very name, Bassnectar, reflects the duality of his work, towing the line between formidable and mellifluous bass-strewn sensibilities. These two sides of Ashton’s prophetic musical coin are apparent in his newest pair of productions, both of which will appear on […]

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