NGHTMRE, Subtronics and Boogie T fuse dubstep and reggae on 'Nuclear Bass Face'
Despite the shortfall of live entertainment, there still remains a gold mine of unpublished work founded during last year’s festival circuit. A particular item of interest has remained NGHTMRE, Subtronics and Boogie T’s genre-busting effort, which was appropriately welcomed to an audience at Excision’s Lost Lands this past fall. “Nuclear Bass Face” now enters at a time to accordingly fill in that void as the three-headed alliance uncovers their collaborative effort.
The “Nuclear Bass Face” headline speaks for itself, holding a balance between each of NGHTMRE, Subtronics and Boogie T’s savvy as it clouds the borders between the classes of both dubstep and reggaeton. With both NGHTMRE and Subtronics tapped for respective slots on the looming Digital Mirage 2.0 bill, the bass-ravaged feat will continue to reappear into the depths of the lockdown summer.
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