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Bassnectar

À propos de Bassnectar

San Francisco's Lorin Ashton describes his project Bassnectar as "omnitempo maximalism," which is as good a tag as any for his full-bore beats and brash electronic elements. A Burning Man favorite, the dreadlocked musician is certainly the heaviest artist ever signed to the Om Records label. Drawing from hip-hop, breakbeat, trance, hard rock and dubstep, his politically themed music is a world away from the suave house and downtempo of most of his labelmates.

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Bassnectar

San Francisco's Lorin Ashton describes his project Bassnectar as "omnitempo maximalism," which is as good a tag as any for his full-bore beats and brash electronic elements. A Burning Man favorite, the dreadlocked musician is certainly the heaviest artist ever signed to the Om Records label. Drawing from hip-hop, breakbeat, trance, hard rock and dubstep, his politically themed music is a world away from the suave house and downtempo of most of his labelmates.

À propos de Bassnectar

San Francisco's Lorin Ashton describes his project Bassnectar as "omnitempo maximalism," which is as good a tag as any for his full-bore beats and brash electronic elements. A Burning Man favorite, the dreadlocked musician is certainly the heaviest artist ever signed to the Om Records label. Drawing from hip-hop, breakbeat, trance, hard rock and dubstep, his politically themed music is a world away from the suave house and downtempo of most of his labelmates.

À propos de Bassnectar

San Francisco's Lorin Ashton describes his project Bassnectar as "omnitempo maximalism," which is as good a tag as any for his full-bore beats and brash electronic elements. A Burning Man favorite, the dreadlocked musician is certainly the heaviest artist ever signed to the Om Records label. Drawing from hip-hop, breakbeat, trance, hard rock and dubstep, his politically themed music is a world away from the suave house and downtempo of most of his labelmates.

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