Release Date: 07/06/2020
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we talk to Wasteurself. We talk about house parties in the time of the Coronavirus, marketing tips for new producers, his ghost logo, switching genres in every release and his sound design process. Also, we discuss paying for software you use, drama in the music production community, music labels, social media strategies and many more. You don't want to miss this episode! Soundcloud: TrakTrain: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Also, you can check more cool music here:info_outline TELYSCOPES
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak with Jack Hubbell of Telyscopes. We discuss the Zodiac Killer, about the change in his style as he grew up as a musician and the gear he uses to create his sound. Also, we talk about his health scare, performing live and virtual shows, missing the normal things before Covid 19, making music he wants to make, his thoughts on songwriting and how he got into music. This is another can't miss episode! Soundcloud: Bandcamp: Youtube: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:info_outline MANCER
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak with Mancer from Australia. We talk about what he's doing during quarantine, feeling like a rock star during live performances, how he approaches artists that he admire, his live setup and using Harmor on FL Studio. He discusses how he makes his heavy dubstep synth lines, making epic drops that knock people's socks off, how his journey into electronic music started, using Discord to promote his music and the evolution of dubstep. All these and more in another episode you don't want to miss! Facebook:...info_outline RAMON PANG
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak with Ramon Pang. We talk about learning a lot about himself during quarantine, getting motivation from his Discord group, the rise of IDM and how he started with it, writing complex music for complexity's sake and why he thinks he needs to explore sound design more. He discusses his gear and creative process, his love for iZotope's Stutter Edit, thrift shops in LA and how he embraces being an "outsider" in both the EDM and IDM scenes. It's another can't miss episode where the host gives GoldWave a shoutout! Facebook:...info_outline BLAIZE
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak with Blaize. We discuss how to grow one's fanbase, connecting with other artists by playing videogames and his upcoming Virtual Reality show. Also, we talk about switching from Hip Hop to EDM, not spending money on repost chains, some tips on how to master a good track and the advantages of releasing music under a record label in 2020. It's another "the host makes a pro wrestling reference on the guest's hometown" episode that you don't want to miss! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blaizeonit Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/blaize323...info_outline PALPA
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak with Palpa. We talk about work-life balance during quarantine, his music existing in between genres, discovering repost chains in Soundcloud and the significance of having a voice during these times. He speaks about getting inspiration from videogames, his approach to collaborations with other artists, distributing his music, his gear, visual art and the DIY scene in Chicago. This is another can't miss episode! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pppalpa Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/palpapalpa Bandcamp: https://palpa.bandcamp.com/...info_outline MICHAEL MASON
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak with Michael Mason. We talk about drawing inspiration from Animal Crossing's K.K. Slider, the ebb and flow of making music during quarantine, his New York roots and having his own label. He goes into detail about repost chains, being surrounded by similar artists, his earliest music memory, his definition of pop music and the challenges of getting paid on music streaming sites. It's another "the host starts the conversation with Animal Crossing" episode you'd definitely want to listen to! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/michaelmasonsux/...info_outline NICKYNUTZ
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we talk to Nickynutz. We discuss the Jungle music scene in Canada, the appeal of the Jungle genre, what "Sound Clash Tapes" are, his musical origins and his advice to those who want to start producing Jungle music. He speaks about digital and vinyl releases, starting his own label, how he's spending his quarantine and how he continues to be one of the more prolific producers in the scene. It's another "the host still remembers MySpace" episode you do not want to miss! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Nickynutz-120645677995065/ Soundcloud:...info_outline NANODE
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak with Nanode. We talk about his furry persona, having fun vs. playing to a crowd, telling a story while performing and approaching the creative process like a game. He also speaks about his production workflow, URL shows, going down the Eccojams rabbit hole, making albums with an NES and how he connects during quarantine. All these and more in another can't miss episode! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nanodemusic Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/nanode Bandcamp: https://nanode.bandcamp.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/nanodeinfo_outline GLOWBRAIN
In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak with GLowbrain. We talk about Much Music (Canadian MTV), hearing a riff in your head vs producing when you sit down in front of the computer, developing relationships with artists and fans, plugging your music, Canadian adoption of electronic music, Nirvana, and NI Maschine. It's a "the host talks about Scottish Psychologist R.D Laing for the tenth time" episode that you don't want to miss! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/glowbrain.official Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/glowbrain Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLowBrainMusic Instagram:...info_outline
In this episode of the Bassfug podcast we talk to Reba, aka Swan Meat from Cologne, Germany. We talk about the simulacra of normalcy, the D.C. punk scene, Ableton Live, artist productivity, online live streams, fab filter eq, and the Queen of the United Kingdom.
It's another HyperNormalised episode that you don't want to miss!
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