Paging all bass lovers!
Local, regional and national electronic dance music acts will take the stage at the Madison Theater in Covington, Kentucky this Saturday, July 2. With headliners MUST DIE! and Terravita, Saturday will be a night filled with the heaviest and grimiest bass music. Add regional acts ChuckDiesel and Get Dangerous, accompanied by local talents GatewAy and Regime, and you have a lineup of pure bass bliss.
Unfamiliar with the lineup? Get to know the artists, buy tickets and check out the set times below.
MUST DIE! has been making waves in the bass community since 2011. Whether it be with his original work, or with his remixes of Datsik, Flux Pavilion and Zomboy, MUST DIE! has captured the attention of bass lovers across the globe to join bass music's elite. With recent releases on Never Say Die and OWSLA, labels known for their manufacture of heavy bass music, and support from Datsik, Excision and Zomboy, it's clear his career will only continue to skyrocket in the forthcoming months and that you'll most certainly want to catch him shut the Madison Theater down.
Veterans of the scene for over a decade, Terravita remains at the forefront of electronic music with their innovative bass music. Producing a plethora of genres under the electronic umbrella, Terravita's abilities know no bounds as they dominate the industry with their complex multi-genre style. Masters of destroying crowds with their back-breaking, face-melting bass, Terravita will blow your mind with their stimulating and electrifying set.
Regional talent ChuckDiesel blurs the lines between hip-hop, dubstep and bass music with his unique approach to music production. By implementing various electronic elements atop a hip-hop foundation, he creates his own genre, TIPPED. Fusing Southern-style chopped and screwed with the stylistic influences of dubstep, ChuckDiesel's TIPPED is a fresh take on music with its grinding bass drops, crunchy bass lines and hip-hop samples. With hot remixes to Desiigner's "Panda" and Young Thug's "Power" Chuck will most certainly get the bass bumpin' and crowd dancing just before Terravita.
Get Dangerous is no stranger to the limelight as his career began in a post/hardcore band, Black Tie Affair. Following the breakup of Black Tie Affair, Get Dangerous decided that “to enjoy your life you need to step outside of your element and not be afraid to “get dangerous” for what you want,” leading to the inception of his solo career as a music producer. Following suit of his original creations of dark and eerie music, his live performances are compilations of heavy bass music, that he mixes as he goes, creating a fun and exhilarating environment for fans as they anticipate what will come next in his sets. Be sure to get there early, we heard he has a special guest scheduled to attend and that they might be dropping some unreleased music!
Hailing from Dayton, Ohio, GatewAy music is all about encouraging your inner weirdness to be free. Coined the "ringleAder of the goon circus" GatewAy aspires to bring people together with his extraterristal music and feel good vibes. Combining various genres within the electronic spectrum in his sets, be sure to get to the Madison early to catch one of GatewAy's funky "goon circus" sets.
Coty Clark, also known as Regime, will kickoff the show. Previously an established local rapper with an impressive fan base, Regime took to music production and DJing about a year ago. Mixing a variety of trap, dubstep, twerk music and on occasion, electro house, Regime offers a high energy multi-genre set that will set the vibe for a night of crazy bass.
9:00 - 9:30 Regime
9:30 - 10:00 Gateway
10:00 - 10:30 Get Dangerous
10:30 - 11:15 ChuckDiesel
11:15 - 12:15 Terravita
12:15 - 1:15 Must Die