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Bass Camp 2017 | The Multi-City Bass-Heavy Music Festival!

By Akriti Niti Guha
November 30, 2017
Bass Camp 2017 | The Multi-City Bass-Heavy Music Festival!

The 16th Edition Of The Bass Camp Starts Today!

Starting November 30, 2017 | 10 Cities | 10 Days!!

Calling all Bassheads! The Bass Camp Festival which is India’s longest and only festival dedicated to Bass-heavy Electronic Music is back with a boom. The 16th edition of the festival travels to 10 cities (that’s right, 10 cities!) Bass Camp 2017 covers Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Goa, Pune and Kolkata, and for the first time ever to Shillong, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Guwahati!

In The Past 16 Years, The Bass Camp Has Managed To Create A Cult-Fan Following!

The festival, which began back in 2010 has managed to get bigger and louder with each edition, garnering a cult-like following from bass lovers all over the country. They’ve managed to get some MASSIVE international artists like  LONDON ELEKTRICITY (UK), KOAN SOUND (UK), DUB PHIZIX (UK), CONCORD DAWN (NZ), JAZZSTEPPA (UK, Germany), KLUTE (UK, Commercial Suicide), NU:TONE (UK, Hospital Records), Osmani Soundz (UK, Nasha Records) and have given incredible homegrown artists like Bandish Projekt (Mumbai), Bay Beat Collective aka BBC (Mumbai), BASSFoundation (Delhi), DJ Uri (U.K), Vachan Chinnappa (Bangalore), Nucleya (Delhi) & many more the due they deserve.

Never been to Bass Camp? We’ve got your back. Check out the CRAZY after movies of the last three editions of Bass Camp Festival!

2016: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLuEZs9x6HU[/embedyt]   2015: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qu5NmpYZGDU[/embedyt]   2014: [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFVp9oo0uaY[/embedyt]

Bass Camp Has Been A Key Factor In Promoting Reggae & Bass Music In India

Bass Camp has been responsible for bringing and spreading the culture of Reggae & Bass Music like wildfire in the Indian electronic music scene and we asked Sohail Arora, Founder and main man, Krunk whether he realized the potential of these bass-heavy genres back when the festival began? “I got exposed to a lot of drum & bass in 2008, 2009 when I went to London and because of venues in Mumbai like Blue FROG & Zenzi where we experimented with DnB & Dubstep back then. I personally loved the energy in the music & my love for basslines took me closer to bass music as a whole. I can safely say we have consistently pushed all kinds of bass forms since then and have got it to where it is today. It's a healthy scene now” This is one of those festivals that consistently has managed to pull like-minded people together to enter the vortex of bass-heavy Electronica, Dubstep and DnB yet, somehow have managed to do so without charging exorbitant prices considering the serious weight of their line-up. Which makes me wonder, does constantly bringing such massive artists put more pressure to raise the bar with every edition? “Of Course, it does but that's what makes it fun! The idea behind the festival has not been to bring big ticket selling names rather artists/producers that are pushing the envelope with bass all across the world. We are super excited to host international acts like Om Unit, Kutmah, The Whooligan & Sosupersam this year.” said Sohail in an interview to Loudest.

Introducing BASS CAMP 2017 Line-up

When the headliners, ‘Om Unit’ and ‘Kutmah’ were announced for their 1st phase of Bass Camp 2017, bassheads literally lost their plot and of course they would. This had to be one of the most exciting line-up EVER. With insane supporting acts like Tarqeeb, EZ Riser, Oceantied, Raka, Ezzyland, Dakta Dub, Malfnktion, Paper Queen, Spryk, Smokey, Niki, CHRMS. The Mumbai line-up is even BIGGER with the addition of Sosupersam and The Whooligan from the Soulection Crew.

Bass Camp 2017 is split up into two legs:

1) November 30th-December 3nd in Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai and Pune. 2) December 8th-December 9th in Hyderabad, Chandigarh and Guwahati.

Om Unit

Jim Coles (also known as Om Unit, 2Tall, Nyquist, Philip D Kick and Dream Continuum) is a Bristol based electronic producer who's left quite the mark in Electronic music and DnB. He started out producing jungle as a teen and then focused on turntables under his moniker 2tall. Known for his versatility and various projects which have all been a force to reckon with in the world of Electronica.

Listen to Om Unit’s soothing mix for Boiler Room Here!


Justin McNulty also known as Kutmah is a DJ and artist from Brighton, Britain, who moved to Hollywood, California as a teenager and later went on to become one of the most sought after and talented underground DJ's and artists in the scene. He became an intrinsic part of the eclectic Los Angeles-based non-profit Internet radio collective 'Dublab'. He has played a huge part of the scene’s evolution and growth, both as a DJ and the driving force behind the Sketchbook nights, LA’s first beat party as we know of today.   https://soundcloud.com/platform/kutmah

Check out this dope set by Kutmah for Boiler Room.


SOSUPERSAM, or Samantha Duenas, is a performing artist from Los Angeles. In 2008, Samantha purchased her first set of DJ equipment and has been making waves ever since.  She is a seasoned DJ and a familiar name in the international music circuit.  Her versatile range and genre-bending mixing style has given her opportunities to play underground clubs, music festivals, and celebrity and fashion events alike.  At present, SOSUPERSAM is a member of Soulection, the worldwide record label and collective.

‘Just In Case’

The Whooligan

Julio Galvez aka “The Whooligan” is the Director of Worldwide Bookings and Partnerships for Soulection. The Whooligan is also a DJ with over 10+ years of performance experience. The Whooligan is also a DJ with over 10+ years of performance experience. A global citizen – with previous residencies in San Francisco and Los Angeles, now currently residing in Brooklyn, New York – this seasoned artist, lover of music and event curator brings a unique perspective to the label through his passion, experience, and inherent positivity. https://soundcloud.com/thewhooligan/land-of-lady

Check out this funky track by The Whooligan.

Om Unit, Kutmah, Sosupersam and The Whooligan will be touring along with the BIGGEST names in the independent electronic music scene. The artists who’ll be playing at the Bass Camp 2017 Festivals are:


EZ Riser









Midland Sparks 

Dakta Dub 

Paper Queen 

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