• BnC Mix 021: Aztek

    September 29, 2016 Mike Vincent

    As many of you might already know, we host a monthly event in Portland, OR every 3rd Saturday at The Liquor Store, and last month we were privileged to have none other than Aztek from Salt Lake (formerly Chicago) play for us. Since he’s now played one of our shows, it’s only natural that we have…

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  • BnC Mix 020: GREAZUS

    September 26, 2016 Peter Merritt

    It’s been incredible to watch the GREAZUS project grow over the past couple years since its birth in 2014. Made up of Vancouver, BC based producers HxdB and DJ Cure, Greazus has taken not only the North American, but international hybrid bass music scene by storm with their massive productions and incredible live performances. 2016 proved to be a big…

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  • BnC Mix 019: The Pirate & Smasheltooth

    September 20, 2016 Peter Merritt

    The latest installment in the Booms and Claps mix series comes from none other than everyone’s favorite Bay Area power DJ couple: The Pirate & Smasheltooth. Both of these selectors have been staples in the West Coast bass music scene for YEARS, and each have individually (and collaboratively) contributed crucially to the development of the community. They each bring their…

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  • BnC Mix 018: Shiny Things Live At Shambhala

    August 31, 2016 Mike Vincent

    We’re super stoked on this Wednesday to have SHINY THINGS finally involved in our mix series! This dude has impeccable track selection, and really knows how to get a crowd going. There were dozens upon dozens of amazing sets at Shambhala 2016, and this set was definitely one of my top 3. In this mix, he…

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  • BnC Mix 017: Tiger Fresh

    August 23, 2016 Peter Merritt

    It should come as no surprise that we’re big fans of the West Coast based We Got This collective here at Booms and Claps. With unique and diverse producers and DJs like Chase Manhattan, Chrome Wolves, SPEKt1 and Tiger Fresh representing their sound, the collective is a shining beacon of West Coast bass music culture.…

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  • BnC Mix 016: Dexta

    August 8, 2016 Peter Merritt

      When one thinks of the strong curators of halftime drum and bass, footwork, autonomic hybrid bass music, and “slowfast” in 2016, many labels come to mind. Obviously, there are the heavy hitters: dBridge‘s Exit Records, Om Unit‘s Cosmic Bridge Recordings, Ivy Lab‘s 20/20 LDN, and the legendary Critical Music, but over the past few years, a couple other imprints have solidified themselves…

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  • BnC Mix 015: Subp Yao

    August 2, 2016 Mike Vincent

    Excitement levels were high when I found out one of my favorite European producers, Subp Yao, was going to be playing Emissions this year. It’s always extremely exciting when festivals book European talent that you would otherwise not be able to see on the regular touring circuit. Hype was high for his daytime set, and he definitely…

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  • BnC Mix 014: Doctor Jeep

    July 13, 2016 Peter Merritt

    In a world of hyper-targeted production and genre wars, New York City’s Doctor Jeep is a rare breed when it comes to diversity: his production and DJ sets blend influences from club music, halftime drum and bass, jungle, techno, grime, house, dancehall, dubstep, UK garage, world music, and more. With releases on labels ranging from the legendary Trouble…

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  • BnC Mix 013: Pleasure

    June 9, 2016 Mike Vincent

    If you don’t already know about Pleasure, you should. He’s become a staple in the West Coast scene, and more recently, around the world. Pleasure’s newest release, Reset, on Saturate Records, has given him some momentum and garnered a decent amount of attention in the bass community. Not only that, but his collaboration with Slovakia-based producer Jimmy Pé ,”Something Like…

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  • BnC Mix 012: jamie blake

    April 6, 2016 Peter Merritt

    If you’ve been on the internet even once in the past several years, you’ve noticed that the vibey Soundcloud R&B sound has skyrocketed in popularity. Ciara remixes with 100,000 plays are commonplace for everyone with a bucket hat in 2016. As with any trendy style of electronic music however, the sound begins to homogenize, and…

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