Is the DJ or the Mud Making That Noise? – Infrasound Music Festival 2016 Recap
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Is the DJ or the Mud Making That Noise? – Infrasound Music Festival 2016 Recap

by Kyle Miller | Infrasound Music Festival has proven itself, yet again, to be the holy ground of bass music. With a new location being pounded on by four straight days of rain, “Infraswamp” (as it quickly came to be known as this year) became a goopy, foggy, sludge fest, which- in retrospect- perfectly accompanied the deep, … Continue reading

Infrasound 2016 Artist Spotlight #7: Thriftworks
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Infrasound 2016 Artist Spotlight #7: Thriftworks

by Dan Getz | Jake Atlas, better known as Thriftworks, transcends genres to achieve a truly unique sound that captivates the listener’s ear. With new music constantly being released, and a discography that stretches wide across the emotional spectrum of music, there is not doubt that Thriftworks will have one of the most immersive and mesmerizing … Continue reading

Infrasound 2016 Artist Spotlight #5: Joker | Plus New Release: The Phoenix EP [Kapsize Recordings]
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Infrasound 2016 Artist Spotlight #5: Joker | Plus New Release: The Phoenix EP [Kapsize Recordings]

by Kyle Taylor | This one goes out to all the true bass heads; to all of you who dig deep and really evaluate with your ears; that never take music for granted; that are always pursuing the latest progressions. Joker might not be new to the plate, but his insight into bass music is nothing short of … Continue reading

Infrasound 2016 Artist Spotlight #4: The Orb
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Infrasound 2016 Artist Spotlight #4: The Orb

Photo provided by XLR8R.com by Kyle Taylor | Electronic music is advancing at an exponential rate. With technological progress rapidly accelerating, the tools available to the world’s musical community are perpetuating that very same pattern within it. Still, electronic music is in all honesty no new trend. Its existence spans decades and roots dig back well before the current times of … Continue reading