Tag Archive: BASS

Nov 19

The Tightrope of A Circus Recordmaster

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    A pioneer of dubstep. A true BASS-music virtuoso. His family and close friends might call Mr. Steele by his given name, Joshua, but the massive crowds that his music draws know him affectionately as “Flux Pavillion.” I was fortunate enough to get the chance to sit down with Josh to discuss his personal …

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Nov 19

An Electronic Awakening For The Collective Consciousness

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    What do you call the feeling when you lose yourself in the music, and are you truly ever lost if you belong to a community of your peers? What distinct advantages are there to recognizing the transcendent qualities of an environment and culture that promote individuality as well as harmony as a group? …

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Aug 15

“The Jedi Force Behind Yoder Productions”

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    I would have to have to say that I am a believer in serendipity, at least to some degree. When it comes to the entertainment industry “make it or break it” scenarios can result from a handshake, a well-worded email, or from someone saying “you have to see this or listen to this.” …

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Jul 04

“An Electric Mystic With Eyes On The Future”

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    When I heard this guy’s story that fused mystic roots with an electric baseline I immediately had a picture in my mind. I envisioned him being born under a full moon on a cool desert night. Constellations lined up to foreshadow what would happen to this musical realm when his power was unleashed. …

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Jul 04

“Prime By Name And Fibonacci By Style”

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There’s something inside every aspiring artist that pushes them to keep going, to seek new opportunities, and work for that big break they’ve been searching for since jump street. The path to success isn’t regulated. There are twists and turns at every corner and opportunities aren’t always recognizable at face value. Asking a friend to …

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