Summer camp is known for its varied lineups featuring artists of all sizes and we’ve picked out five rising stars from the bass music scene that you won’t want to miss.
Kicking off festival season in the Midwest, Summer Camp Music Festival will return to Three Sisters Park from May 27 – 29. Each year, the summer camp lineup becomes more and more diverse with talent in many genres. This year’s edition is expected to feature headliners such as Umphrey’s McGee, moe., Smashing Pumpkins, Zeds Dead, Big Gigantic, STS9, Liquid Stranger, NGHTMRE, and more, but that’s just a small preview. – taste of what awaits you.
The undercard for Summer Camp features a number of rising stars from the bass music scene, so to help you discover new talent and fill your festival schedule, we’ve split the lineup to highlight five artists in this genre that you must catch this year. . Check final composition and read on to see our picks.
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Five Rising Bass Artists You Need to Catch at Summer Camp 2022
Toronto based artist canabliss has made waves as one of the most credible female bassists in the game right now. Catch the eyes of WAKAN and their management group optimistic in 2020, her career absolutely takes off as Canada’s pandemic restrictions have finally been lifted. Just this year she was already seen crushing it Liquid Stranger Balance Tour and can be seen on select REZZ spiral tower Appointment. Canabliss has a very diverse musical background, and it shows through his music. With the release of his first EP in February, Plasma, it is obvious that Canabliss will set our souls on fire.
If you are looking for an artist who is sure to put on a show that will keep you hooked, Ravenscoon is the one. Putting on engaging performances and releasing numerous hit tracks, his career is on an upward trajectory. He’s delivered some monumental releases over the past few years and has even more in store on labels like WAKAN in the near future. Not to mention it’s booked for other big festivals to come, including deep tropics and Sonic Bloom. Always consistent with its dreamlike basslines and psychedelic sound design, it’s sure to take anyone who catches its set on a journey.
A hundred drums
The influential and powerful goddess A hundred drums kills the bass music scene. She easily captivates listeners with a mix of experimental hip-hop and indigenous hand drumming, complementing it with a sprinkling of psychedelic bass. As one of the freshest faces, she’s already made an immense impact in the underground and that’s reflected in her success. This summer, A Hundred Drums stops every weekend at renowned festivals such as electric forest and Shambhalaand her set at Summer Camp will only prove that this unique artist will be one of bass music’s greatest artists.
Moore Kismet absolutely takes the world by storm and their live performances keep you smiling all the way. At only 17 years old, they exhibit an array of talents besides being a producer, including being a visual artist and actor. As 2022 has just begun, Moore Kismet has already released “Parallel Heartbreak” with the dubstep queen Pauline Herr and even played Coachella. There’s really nothing stopping them from continually breaking boundaries and blowing fans away along the way.
Chicago bassist Zoska brings all the jazzy side and an undeniable energy to his live performances. She continues to excel in her music career, landing as support on tour stops for artists like Jansten and Alix Perez. Kicking off 2022 with a bang, she also released an original track “jazzhands” and a collaboration titled “RUSH” with ear head. Last but not least, Zoska is definitely an artist not to be missed.