• [PREMIERE] Sigrah – HAL

    November 2, 2018 Peter Merritt

    For today’s Booms and Claps Premiere, we’re proud to present an ethereal jungley roller entitled “HAL”, the latest single from Sigrah’s “Fission Vision” EP. The full release will be available next Friday, 11/9/2018, on Bandcamp and at sigrahmusic.com, where you can also purchase the limited edition merchandise run for the EP. Be sure to peep…

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  • BnC Mix 034: Hypho

    October 30, 2018 Peter Merritt

    While the worlds of techno and dubstep have traditionally existed on separate planes without much opportunity for overlap, the past several years have seen those universes collide and spawn a landscape of deep 130 bpm beats that draw from the analog, raw sounds of techno, the driving rhythmic structures of breaks and 4 on the…

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  • BnC Mix 033: OAKK

    September 27, 2018 Peter Merritt

    Booms and Claps Mix 033 comes to us from one of Calgary, AB’s finest exports: the ever-consistent, diverse, and tasteful OAKK. We’re big fans of Western Canada’s bass music output, and OAKK is a delicious and integral slice of that Canadian crop. His sound tells a tale of refined beauty, unpredictability and spontaneity, and pure…

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  • BnC Mix 032: Folding City

    September 7, 2018 Mike Vincent

    We’re excited to introduce you to Folding City, a duo comprised of Self Evident of Vancouver, BC, and Blind Prophet out of New York (soon to be Portland, Oregon!). These guys have crafted a unique sound journey throughout many genres and vibes, and that’s just how we like it. From left field 130 sounds, to…

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  • BnC Mix 031: Sigrah

    June 12, 2018 Peter Merritt

    Today’s Booms and Claps guest mix is brought to us by one of our favorite up and coming producers in the high-tempo hybrid bass music world: PDX’s Sigrah. His unique and diverse approach to 160/170 bpm is refreshing in a time when Ivy Lab knock-offs are a dime a dozen and the “halftime” label is…

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  • [PREMIERE] DJ Madd – Pak Up Ya Dub

    June 5, 2018 Peter Merritt

    We’re proud to present the latest single from the “Worst Behavior Vol. 1” compilation, the debut compilation release from Anna Morgan & Bell Curve’s new “Worst Behavior” record label/event series. These two have been making huge waves in NYC’s soundsystem culture scene, and we were especially impressed when we caught Anna’s set at Outlook Festival…

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  • BnC Mix 030: DJ Madd

    April 10, 2018 Peter Merritt

    The latest installment in the BnC Mix Series is brought to us by a producer and DJ that needs little introduction: the one and only DJ Madd. The Hungarian-born badman is as diverse in his productions and selections as he has been in home bases; his catalog has touched on dubstep, dancehall, jungle, footwork, drum…

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  • The Dark, Beautiful, Bass Driven Culture That is Emissions Festival

    July 7, 2017 jason

    I’m definitely not short on words when it comes to Camp Questionmark’s Emissions West Coast Bass Culture Festival. If I had to describe it in one word: surreal. The short walk from the camping area to the Beach Stage really nails home how unique this experience is. As you emerge from a canopied and forested…

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  • Shambhala and BnC Present Mix 029: Shield

    June 14, 2017 Mike Vincent

    It’s been a few months since the last installation in our mix series, but we’re ready to dip our toes back in, and boy, is this just the right one to do just that. We’re teaming up with the lovely people of Shambhala Music Festival to co-host the newest mix in their series. Fans of…

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  • Emissions West Coast Bass Culture Festival 2017

    May 16, 2017 jason

    There’s no better way to kick off this summer’s festival season than Camp Questionmark’s 9th annual Emissions West Coast Bass Culture Festival, from May 19-22 in Belden Town, CA. Camp Questionmark brings their trademark theme of eclectic bass music with legendary hip-hop acts that are sure to give every last festival goer non-stop entertainment. The…

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