By: Kyle Rutherford
A master of experimental bass music, Liquid Stranger’s Infusion mix series has shown us the DJ/producer’s ability to cover all the "basses" in a fluid and artistic manner. In his fourth edition, Stranger mashes over 70 tracks into just a little over an hour, starting in the psychedelic bass realm and moving on into trap, future bass, jersey club, hip-hop, and dubstep.
The mix itself features a lot of hits, such as What So Not’s “Jaguar,” Rae Stremmurd’s “No Type,” and “So Butterfly” by Bassnectar. He even throws in some older, non-electronic tunes from artists like The Eagles and The Brothers Johnson. A few previews for his Nomad series being released later this fall is also in store for listeners.
If you’re hitting up Farm Fest, Big Dub, or Backwoods this summer, you would be insane to miss Liquid Stranger’s set with a mix this hype.
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