Published: February 27, 2014
By: Anand Harsh
Bass Camp Presents is doing it right. The NorCal promoter knows that variety is the spice of life. When you're trying to put together a killer show, get the best of the best in every conceivable area, and your fans are going to thank you. In that spirit, the subsonic connoisseurs are bringing EOTO, The M Machine, and SuperVision to the Grand Theatre in the Grand Sierra Casino and Resort in Reno, NV on March 15th.
Topping festival bills from coast to coast, the twin-headed live EDM monster EOTO tirelessly tours the country with its all-improvised menagerie of breakbeat, dubstep, drum & bass, tribal funk, and even trap. The product of Jason Hann and Michael Travis' insane dedication to multi-instrumental prowess and the latest and greatest in music technology is a testament to how "doing it live" makes all the difference.
On the other side of the spectrum is The M Machine. The Bay Area trio meticulously pores over its totally unique take on electro, house, and dubstep that involves an intricate backstory and mythology. The OWSLA act has released two albums in the past three years, but the unbelievable imagination and thoughtfulness that goes into the band's audio and imagery is breathtaking to behold.
Representing PLM with his electro-soul sounds, SuperVision serves as the perfect appetizer for a night of wild exploration with his R&B-infused hip-hop aesthetic that packs tons of bass and a liquid groove. Rising to popularity on the back of his Telekinectic release, the producer is showing no signs of slowing down.
Tickets for this 18+ event can be found for $30 in advance ($35 day of show) at basscampfest.com.