UK-Based Artists Gaudi, Soom T To Headline Bass Camp 2015 in Mumbai & Delhi
Bass Camp 2015 is back in its latest edition with two UK-based dubmasters in tow: London-based Gaudi and Glasgow-based artist of Indian origin, Soom T, are going to be headlining the festival in Mumbai and Delhi.
Accompanying them are heavyweight bass and electronica artists including Denmark-based Alo Wala, B.R.E.E.D. (fresh from his performances at Coachella and Low-End Theory festivals) and Nerm (of Shiva Soundsystem), to name just a few.
Not to mention — Mumbai, we’ve got a brand-new venue, The Pier, Radio Club, Colaba for you. Here’s the date to mark:
Dub, worldbeat and bass music producer at large, London-based Gaudi‘s extensive travels around the world will have him checking into both Mumbai and Delhi in the festival’s latest edition. Having released his last two albums with the legendary Six Degrees Records, fans can expect his trademark atmospheric beats and mindbending dub at Bass Camp this year.
Indian-Scottish rapper Soom T‘s inclination towards the experimental, on the other hand, has become a defining quality for her as an artist. Her recent video and single release ‘Broken Robots‘ had her doing an interesting ‘Indian Elvis impression’ that surprisingly grows on you, and her new album ‘Free As A Bird‘ is up for pre-order.
Heads up, Delhi:
With such a mixed bag of international and Indian artists, including younger players including Kumail, Echofloat and Profound, we must admit we’re excited to approach Bass Camp Edition XIV this year, with artists who all have their unique takes on the sub-genres we love.
As India’s only festival dedicated to bass-heavy sounds, Krunk’s Bass Camp Festival’s been keeping the stage primed for cutting-edge artists around the world since its first edition in February, 2010. Past editions have featured legends of bass music including Alix Perez, London Elektricity and Dub Phizix as well as those pushing progressive sounds closer home such as Bandish Projekt, BASSFoundation, DJ Uri, Vachan Chinnappa and Nucleya.
Come celebrate with us as BASS CAMP turns a ripe 5 years old, a breeding ground for an experiment that continues to push the progressive electronic, future bass, drum and bass sounds it has always been dedicated to.