Wobbleland Is A Bass Head’s Dream Destination Festival

If you’re a bass head in California, you’ve heard of Wobbleland. The festival that Vital Events started years ago has finally grown into a full-fledged 3-day event for the first time ever this year, and the booking team didn’t waste any time in filling up those time slots with the best that current bass music has to offer.

If you were looking for trap, boom: Party Favor, Quix, Jameston Thieves b2b Yookie, Valentino Khan.
If you were looking for bass house, boom: Sam F b2b Yntendo, Joyryde, Bishu, Datsik.
If you were looking for dubstep, well… there’s too many to count. It is Wobbleland after all.

From 7pm until 2am every night, thousands of bass heads poured into the San Jose City National Civic, adorned in kandi and Wobbleland & Damascus apparel, ready to headbang their little hearts out. Starting off the first day with four epic b2b sets, including a massive Phiso b2b Aweminus b2b Definitive set right in the beginning of the evening was a bold move, but it easily set the tone for the rest of the weekend. Luca Lush b2b Josh Pan was next, followed by KRANE b2b Alexander Lewis, and let me tell you… you haven’t lived until you’ve seen a man cover Keys N Krates’ “Dum De Dum” live with a freaking trombone. You just haven’t.

And as crazy as the first day was, the second day didn’t really let up at all. Starting off with Jameston Thieves b2b Yookie straight into an ear-melting set from Midnight Tyrannosaurus was just what the crowd needed to shake off the sleepy eyes from the night before. This was then followed by sets by Bleep Bloop, Jackal, Kayzo, Party Favor, and then Zomboy… so you can imagine how sore necks were after that. This was personally my favorite night of the show – too many homies to count.

For the final night, things seemed a little quieter, a little calmer (at least early on). Fans were noticeably tired and exhausted, but they paid for a 3-day ticket and they damn sure weren’t gonna let that go to waste. The night definitely started off slower than the previous two, with Bishu going into Woolymammoth. But by the time QUIX came on at 9pm, all bets were off. He threw down definitely one of the best sets of the weekend, determined to not be upstaged by who was on next… Trollphace b2b Trampa. If you were waiting for the hardest, most bass-heavy set of the weekend, you found it.

The rest of the night played out with Joyryde, Valentino Khan and Datsik in proper succession, breaking necks like you would only expect.

Of course, I haven’t even mentioned the VIP area with sets from Aweminus b2b Sudden Death, Cherney, Oolacile, Juju and more… but unfortunately, this spot was often overlooked in favor of the more grand main stage. Even still, all artists who played in the VIP area gave it their all and those in attendance were thankful for it.

Despite some issues with security throughout the weekend, most people would say that the first 3-day Wobbleland was an unadulterated success. The next major Vital Events show is Toxic Summer in just a few months! Will it be able to live up to Wobbleland? Damn straight, it will.

 

Photos via Scotch Photos, Jared

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ZHU’s “Bad & Boujee” Remix Is Out Now & It’s One Of His Best Songs Yet

First teased at Air+Style this past weekend, Zhu has quickly released his remix of “Bad & Boujee” by Migos after intense fan interest.

Certainly, Zhu’s style of production puts an entirely new spin on the #1 hit – melding typical rap lyrics with a more mellow, deep house-ish sound; not to mention Zhu lends his own vocals and lyrics to the mix, as well.

Everyone from Luca Lush, R3hab, and more have already tried their hands at remixing the trio’s #1 hit and it doesn’t seem like the trend will be stopping anytime soon. Check out Zhu’s unique flip below:

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ZHU surprises fans with a KILLER Bad and Boujee remix

Ever since Migos’ biggest hit started to gain notoriety around the turn of the New Year, dance music fans have been hearing a lot of ‘Bad and Boujee‘ remixes. Everyone from Luca Lush, R3hab, and more, have tried their hands at remixing the trio’s #1 hit; but the biggest one may be constantly played on repeat soon.

Zhu dropped his very own ‘Bad and Boujee’ remix at Air + Style Festival in Los Angeles last night, surprising fans. Zhu’s version moves astray from remixes of past, paying homage to the original and going towards a more musical direction Zhu is known for. A dark atmosphere, pitched vocals, and Zhu himself singing on it, this version is certainly one we’re excited for.

 

Images via Joe Vitalari @vtlmedia

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Source: ZHU surprises fans with a KILLER Bad and Boujee remix

Luca Lush Remixes What So Not’s “Jaguar” For 2017

It’s wild to think that “Jaguar,” What So Not’s ubiquitous anthem, was released four years ago in 2013. Luca Lush thought it about time to lift the now-classic tune into 2017 with a brand new remix, and we’ve got to admit it’s pretty damn good.

The original’s iconic melodies are left intact, but re-envisioned with Lush’s immense sound design for a colossal feel. Even more refreshing is that each drop is given its due attention so that no two are exactly alike, all exploring a slightly different realm of the same sonic space. Oh, and we can’t deny that the opening clacking of film reel is an awesome touch.

Have a listen and grab the tune for yourself as a free download.

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