Bassnectar Reveals his Back-to-Back Assignments for 2017, Loads of New Music Coming Up
DJ star Bassnectar has revealed a round up of his forthcoming assignments on his official website. The long post provides detailed insights of his offerings for fans in 2017--it's just not normal shows and events, he even has a ton of new music collaborations round the year.
In an official statement published on bassnectar.net, the musician revealed that he would be releasing a drum and bass collaboration with Dirtyphonics and Ragga Twins on Monstercat this year. He is also working on the track "Interlock" with ATLiens on OWLSA, and a remix of Buku's "Front To Back" on Spinnin. In addition, he will also release few more TBA shenanigans involving Noisia, Dorfex Bos, and others.
This year, Bassnectar will also team up with his favorites artist G Jones and will also make his debut on a new side-project called "NAUX FAUX" in association with his long-term friend Sayr of "Enter The Chamber" and "Grampa Slams" fame. He calls the project as "an old-school psychedelic downtempo project."
Bassnectar will also hold a surprise Atlantic City Event followed by "Music is the Drug" festival. Lastly, he will kickstart the next installment of "Dollar Per Bass Head," a fundraising program. However, the musician didn't reveal details on his albums for the year. Since 2009, he has released six albums and we never know, he might give it a skip this year.
A report of The Untz pointed out that the musician will perform at "The Oregon Eclipse" along with Beats Antique, STS9, The Glitch Mob, The String Cheese Incident, Desert Dwellers, G Jones, Dimond Saints, Thriftworks, CocoRosie, Simon Posford and Raja Ram.
The super-festival will have organizers across the world joining hands to celebrate the miraculous solar eclipse in southern Oregon from August 17-23. This year, the event is planned on a massive scale with crazy lightings, dazzling stages and of course mega performances.© 2021 The Classical Arts, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.