Relentless Beat of the Week: Infected Mushroom – ‘Groove Attack’
October 6, 2017
October 6, 2017
Coming in May, Bassrush Massive will be making it’s Arizona debut with a huge lineup featuring Adventure Club, Andy C, NGHTMRE, Herobust, SAYMYNAME, Flux Pavillion, Phiso and Tisoki. But if that’s not enough bass for you, we’ve just unveiled a stop on The Road to Bassrush at the Monarch with Eptic, Must Die! and Gentlemens Club.
Eptic has been making waves in the bass scene like crazy over the past year, and we are so excited to welcome him back to the Monarch. He’s known for his rowdy dubstep sound with the occasional sci-fi or adventurous themes. Eptic began producing tracks in the late 2000’s, and has come so far as an artist since then. Catch his set on The Road to Bassrush to see why.
Must Die! is a bass producer from Atlanta, GA with a focus on capturing the essence of childhood, manic depression, bad anime, and sleep deprivation. Utilizing bass music as a medium to express these wonders/horrors, he has captured the attention of several veteran DJ’s and producers in the dance music scene. With an astounding amount of music in his vault, and releases on Ultra, Firepower. Dim Mak, Subhuman, Play Me, Mad Decent and Atlantic records, MUST DIE! is a human factory of quirky dance-floor smashers and anthemic, arena sized melodies and leads.
Last but certainly not least, you won’t want to miss the Gentlemens Club to witness some grimy underground sound. Ever since the Gentlemens Club formed in 2013, the UK-based trio have proved unstoppable, breathing new life into the global dubstep and bass scene with edgy hip-hop and grime influenced bangers.