Krunk's Bass Camp Festival 2019: Mumbai edition to feature Loefah, DJ Youngsta and Anushka

In its ninth edition, Krunk’s Bass Camp Festival travels to 10 cities, with Mumbai being second on the calendar, from 9 November to 10 November, 2019, at AntiSocial.

FP Staff November 08, 2019 17:57:34 IST
Krunk's Bass Camp Festival 2019: Mumbai edition to feature Loefah, DJ Youngsta and Anushka
  • In its ninth edition, the Krunk Bass Camp Festival travels to 10 cities

  • Mumbai is second on the calendar, from 9 November to 10 November, 2019, at AntiSocial

  • The festival has long established itself as a bass-heavy electronic festival, providing a stage for independent Indian electronic artists

In its ninth edition, Krunk’s Bass Camp Festival travels to 10 cities, with Mumbai being second on the calendar, from 9 November to 10 November, at AntiSocial. The festival has long established itself as a bass-heavy electronic festival, providing a stage for independent Indian electronic artists.

Krunks Bass Camp Festival 2019 Mumbai edition to feature Loefah DJ Youngsta and Anushka

Krunk Bass Camp Festival Mumbai 2019

The line-up for Day 1 in Mumbai includes UK-based producer and dubstep pioneer Loefah who will bring a jungle set; London-based dubstep producer DJ Youngsta; New York performance project Currency who improvises electronic music through exploring mindfulness; Delhi-based drum and bass DJ Tarqeeb; solo experimental electronica by Delhi-based Lacuna; a vinyl set by Bigfat; and Hyderabad-based electronica artist and beatboxer Yung.Raj.

Day two will see performances by Texas-based electronica artist Textasy, Goa-based trap and bass artist Anushka, Mumbai-based techno artist Potter, producer Lady Ruffelin, Mumbai-based electronica producer chrms, and DJ Emerald, among others.

Headliners at the previous editions of the Krunk Bass Camp have included Germany’s Symbiz Sound, Belgium’s Alix Perez, Australia’s Mr Bill, the UK and Norway’s Calyx and Teebee, UK’s London Elektricity, Koan Sound, and Dub Phizix, New Zealand’s Concord Dawn, Jazzsteppa, Nu:Tone, B.R.E.E.D. and Vachan Chinnappa, BassFoundation, and the BBC (Bay Beat Collective).

Krunk is a music property who, for the past five years, has been pushing the cause of the dubstep and bass movement in India.

Besides Mumbai, the festival, which runs throughout November, also has editions in Delhi, Pune, Jaipur, Shillong, Chandigarh, Goa, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Kathmandu.

Find more information about the Mumbai show here.

Updated Date:

also read

Proposed Brazil-Argentina common currency met with doubts
World

Proposed Brazil-Argentina common currency met with doubts

A proposal floated by the leaders of Brazil and Argentina to launch a common currency is being met with deep skepticism by analysts, who say neither country is positioned to tackle such a complicated undertaking or instill confidence in the idea with global markets

Pakistan rupee plummets to record low. What happens next in the crisis-hit nation?
World

Pakistan rupee plummets to record low. What happens next in the crisis-hit nation?

Pakistan's currency tumbled to a record low of Rs 255.43 against the dollar, as the country battles a shortage of foreign exchange reserves and a food crisis. The authorities hope that the decline in the rupee will win approval from the International Monetary Fund for much-needed financial aid

In a first, Anand Mahindra buys fruit using India’s digital currency ‘e-rupee’; shows how it works
Business

In a first, Anand Mahindra buys fruit using India’s digital currency ‘e-rupee’; shows how it works

The industrialist bought pomegranates from the vendor and settled the payment with digital money. He also informed that Bachche Lal Sahani, a local fruit seller, happened to be one of the first merchants to accept ‘e-rupee’ transactions