This year I have the pleasure of returning to play at the second edition of Future Forest Music Festival! This festival was initially started up just last year as a fundraiser for a dear friend of the organizer and friends who was hospitalized at the time. Tim Kukula, member of Future Productions located in Fredericton NB, was kind enough to have me come play and has been gracious enough to have me back! The purpose of this festival has great meaning and I am proud to say that I am apart of it. This year we are lucky enough to have artists at the international, national and local level all come and play.
The site is literally located right out in the middle of the woods. We have two custom built stages and trees everywhere. This year there will be vendors and a live painter as well! This is like no other party in the woods people! I personally cannot wait to watch this new electronic music festival continue to grow in the future! Down Below you can see the full poster and some links to check out pictures from last year, artist bios, ticket information and anything else you would like to know! This is an awesome event and I hope to see you there!!
Peace Love and Bass
I recently came across an artist who goes by the alias Sound Remedy. Great music i must say, there is just so much variety and intelligence in his melodies. looking forward to more of his music! Check out this remix of Nirvana’s All Apologies.
Kid Kenobi presents us with his Best Of Bass Mixtape of 2012! If you like Moombahton, Dubstep, Electro House, Drum’n’Bass, Trap, and Hard House you best be listening to this! Kenobi seamlessly manages to incorporate all of these genres into one massive collage of bassy goodness! Cheers Kid on a great mix!
Here’s a Bangin’ remix posted by Mojito Djs!! Artists included in this fun chune are Royal Crown Revue & Nigmatulin feat Pussycat Dolls. This would make for a super fun song to dance to in the club. Plus it reminds me of the movie The Mask with Jim Carey lol.
Hey folks, I’ve been really digging the Australian electronic house scene because many of the artists have this delicious bass-line that is just so round and warm. Here’s a 35 min mix from Melbourne’s favorite wild child Keesh! Enjoy!