PURPLE BASS II – Kermode’s “New World” Release Party


Looking to throw down this weekend? The Waldorf is hosting some of Vancouver’s best local electronic talent in a stacked lineup on Friday night! Back by popular demand, Wetcoast is bringing you the second installment of their PURPLE BASS Series, featuring psychedelic bass music, purple decor and giveaways from Wetcoast Threads – Sustainable Clothing. Kermode headlines with his new album, “New World”, a glitchy masterpiece guaranteed to make you wanna move. I can also vouch for a seriously awesome crowd at this event!

Facebook | Line-up:

Kermode (Wetcoast – Vancouver)
*New World Remixes Album Release*

MetaphOracle (Kelowna)

GDubz (Vibe Alliance – Vancouver)

Akimi (Late Knights Collective)



final poster


Only 6 weeks ’till Babe Coast and tickets are already half-gone! Attendance is capped at 3000 so if you want to throw down… don’t wait. This festival is owned and run by artists, and showcases both local and international talent.


Options to escape the heat in the daytime include the cool shade of the trees or the creek running through the festival grounds.

For those looking to experience an outdoor celebration of art & music with a mature & intimate crowd, you’ve come to the right place. Now in its 6th year, Bass Coast boasts world-class audio/visual, seamless logistics, and truly inspired installations & performances.

Last year's theme was Mutiny. Yes, that is a pirate ship coming out of the main stage...

Last year’s theme was “Mutiny”. Yes, that is a pirate ship coming out of the main stage…




Premiere: Lil Wayne – Bitches Love Me (Filthy Romeo Remix)

Hot on the heals of the Lil Wayne & Young Thug “beef” Vancouver based duo Filthy Romeo add one to the fire. One of Wayne’s better tracks as his career began to decent, basically as soon as he took up skateboarding. But let’s not forget his music up to that point, like Wizzy Khalifa his prime was before his success. And compared to Young Thugs year of most features, Lil Wayne’s year of features lyrically surpassed in huge strides. Baring these things in mind, just enjoy a little revitalization of a very quashed on career. Filthy Romeo = Konrad Old Money & Unkle Ricky.

Filthy Romeo – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

WERK – Throw Up Your P’s And Q’s

Still believed to be one of the most forward thinking in Grime from our province by this two thumb haver is, Victoria based WERK. His debut EP through MalLabel Music last year has been making it’s way onto the cloud in pieces, the latest being this dirty lil number. The EP in whole is served up on Bandcamp as a whole supper 😉

It being Victoria there’s no better time to get familiar with this valid Victorian. And what better way than a handful of his contributions to the High Noon Artist Pact.

WERK – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Herobust – Skurt Reynolds

Fuuuurq. UMM loud. Think of the last thing (could be anything) that out did itself repeatedly, over and over like 5 times. Then think of how it did what it did. Then hit play ‘Skurt Reynolds’ . ^^ Then, pull yourself up on the floor and repeat play.

Herobust – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

The Daily Dose

Another beautiful day – a perfect opportunity to enjoy some new tunes in the sun! Today we’ve got a mix of RnB, house and future vibes. Pay attention – lots of up and comers in here!

Ghost Loft – The Otherside (HVNS Remix)

Too bad really that Mother’s Day has past us by for another year. This would have been the best taste of future music to blast down the block as you pull into her driveway with a bundle of flowers. The volume of the music not so much being the statement, but the volume of “feels” billowing through the windows. The feels.

From: Me to you.
Produced by LA based HVNS

HVNS – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Kartell – All I Have feat. J – Rican

Through the label under is own personal oversee Parisian Kartell has released a new one. As per usual, his unusually aloof way of gently swishing his mastery of the most OG chilling tracks into your dome piece is in full effect. The single comes from what is said to be a six track EP entitled ‘Tender Games’ . #RocheMusique

Kartell – Facebook | Instagram | Soundcloud | Twitter

Butler & Bontan – Live My Life feat. Vula

Paroozing through the tube of you and through the music’s of circa 08, many an old school name came up. Including that of the beloved Basement Jaxx. Amongst the freshest of the fresh to this day. This merits mention, not just because of Vula’s soulFULL presence on the track before you now. But also by the undeniably UK House lain down by Butler & Bontan for the all together Ultra Music release.

Josh Butler – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Bontan – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

HANA – Clay

If you’re a fan of Grimes, and other rad experimental up and comers, you should DEFINITELY hop on this young talented musician. Loving this laid back 80’s vibe. I can see big things on the horizon for this young girl. Glad this hit my inbox for sure.

“A new female singer/songwriter has popped up in the mix recently, and she goes by the name of HANA. She’s currently being mentored by Canadian songwriter/producer Grimes and her accomplice Blood Diamond and could be the next big thing. Her track “Clay,” of which her and Blood Diamonds produced, that was just released has a transparency to it, giving her voice a raw aspect that ranges all over the choral map. Check it out, and if you dig, keep an eye out for HANA in the future.”

HANA – Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud

The Daily Dose

Here are some jams that I’ve been killing lately. It’s a big mash of homies and people we met on the road these past couple months. Hope you enjoy!

Bass Coast Festival 2015 – Playlist #2

The 7th annual Bass Coast Festival runs from July 10-13, 2015.

Here’s the latest mix to get you acquainted with some of their 2015 performing artists. A few fun facts about the festival:

  • it’s located in a valley oasis, with a river to cool off in throughout the day
  • admission is capped at 4000 to keep things small & intimate
  • glowing interactive art installations dot the landscape, making it seem like another planet
  • you’re invited

Tickets available at www.basscoast.ca.