BASS CAMP Hangover 2019 – Mumbai
VENUE: Bonobo – Bar.Love.Food.
DATE: 29th November ’19 (Friday)
TIME: 10:00 PM Onwards
LINE UP: Sinistarr & Paper Queen
India’s only festival dedicated to bass-heavy sounds, KRUNKs Bass Camp Festival 201 is back with a 10-city festival in association with Kingfisher.
Jeremy Howard, aka Sinistarr, is truly one of the most interesting and exciting names to hit the underground dance music world this past decade. He has become known as an innovative and consistent producer and a skilled and adventurous DJ, and his sound isan authentic extension of his soul and the pure talent that Jeremy possesses, deftly exploring the soul of yesteryear with a modern context. This sound represents his life living in and around his hometown of Detroit, MI and his collective travels around the world. His creativity defies genres, and sees him infuse his unique sound into a broad range of tempos and vibes. He is equally at home writing emotive headphone music, or in-your-face dance-floor cuts.
About Paper Queen
Mumbai based Hip Hop/Bass artist Paper Queen has been making some serious moves in the last 24 months, playing both National & International club & festival gigs. A unique blend of Old & Nu Skool Hip Hop, Trap, Future Beats & Bass Music, a signature Paper Queen set has the right selection of music to receive mass appeal yet retain a certain street credibility. Taking influences from artists such as Teeko, DJ Premier, Jon1st & Ivy Lab, her musical creations are hard hitting, bouncy & totally engineered for the dance floor.
CURRENCY is a generative improvisational performance project exploring the spectrum of electronic music via Ableton Live and MIDI percussion. The project aims to explore the concepts discovered through mindfulness meditation using a technologically enhanced, expressive, and improvisational environment. Currency aims to highlight the sacred quality of inspired spontaneity, using stimulating sound design and sensitive patch programming to result in unique and dynamic performances. Currency is the state of being present.
Rajeev Maddela is a drum set artist, electronic music composer, computer programmer, and rudimental percussion instructor based in Brooklyn, NY. Maddela specializes in applying the unique rhythmic phrasing found in bass-forward electronic music (e.g. golden era jungle, drum and bass, UK garage, dubstep, and house). He has performed with Karsh Kale(producer/tabla/drumset), Jonathan Maron(bass), Max ZT(dulcimer), Priya Darshini(vocalist), Anoushka Shankar(sitar), Tim Lefebvre(bass), and many others from the world and live electronic music scenes.
Under the name Maddela, he has released a host of singles and ep’s on labels such as Noisy Meditation (BM), High Chai Recordings (NY), and Reminiscence Audio (Serbia). His production work spans the genres of experimental drum and bass, future bass, and UK garage, with a focus on live performance elements and wide sonic palettes.
Maddela holds a degree in computer science from New York University. His career as a computer programmer spans nearly two decades, with expertise in distributed systems, performance optimization, and object oriented design. He is a dedicated music pedagogue, serving as an instructor at Msgr. Farrell High School’s award winning Marching Percussion program since 1998, specializing in developing students’ technique, expression, and clarity.