Bass Science
Bass Science Bass Science fuses dubstep, glitch hop, IDM and dub into a fresh new sound that is simultaneously filthy and extremely clean. In less than a year since their inception, they have created a prolific body of work and electrified dancefloors across the globe: call it glitchstep, call it dubhop, call it what you will, Bass Science's hybrid sounds are generating a cabinet-rattling buzz. Based between Tokyo and Los Angeles, the duo of Mattb and Steve Nalepa has quickly earned a reputation for their powerful live show: in short order, they've dazzled crowds at seminal festivals and clubs from UK's Glade to LA's Low End Theory, with globetrotting gigs spanning Asia, Europe and the US. Bass Science's tracks, meanwhile, have received enthusiastic support from influential DJs like the BBC's Mary Anne Hobbs and Annie Nightingale, Resonance FM's Nick Luscombe, with regular rotation on Dubstep.FM. This summer they will be tearing it up across Europe before heading back to the US to play Red Rocks with STS9, Flying Lotus, Nosaj Thing and more. With remixes dropping for STS9, Adam Freeland and Evil Nine, vinyl EPs due out on Blood Tribe Records and Detroit Underground, and upcoming releases on 1320 Records and Combat Recordings's new imprint Bankai Audio, Bass Science is blowing up, and not just speakers.