NGHTMRE, Subtronics & Boogie T Deliver ‘Nuclear Bass Face’
May 29, 2020
May 29, 2020
Lee Foss is one of the funkiest DJ’s on the block. His plethora of techno, trippy acid house, and groovy retro disco music creates a truly unique sound that is unlike anything the electronic world has seen before. The Chicago-based DJ and producer grew up like many of us, chasing the next show, club, any anywhere else that had bumping beats. It wasn’t until the early 2000’s when Foss visited Ibiza and became inspired to start creating music and DJing. Since he began playing shows he’s gained a reputation for playing diverse and highly irregular sets. When you go to a Lee Foss show, you’ll never know what he’s about to throw out at the crowd.
For this week’s RB Deep in the Mix, we are looking at a prime example of Lee Foss’s talent on his 2016 Holy Ship! set.
His Galaxy Disco Live set is seriously one for the books. It starts out very melodic and vibey. As the set continues he dips into several different genres including classic 80’s electro, modern bass house, and even a little techno. He combines these different beats, rhythms, and basslines seamlessly. This set really covers all the bases and sets the stage for what to expect at Holy Ship: only the best from every artist.
Lee Foss is going to turn the Shady Park dancefloor into house heaven on October 21st. Start practicing your shuffling now and grab your tickets here! See you on the dancefloor.