The event is all about the "INDIAN BASS MOVEMENT” which has taken over the country as a storm with artists who have dedicated their career in this field just with evolving Bass Music to what it sounds like now.
Date - 8th December, 2018. 12pm - 6pm.
Venue - XU, Leela Palace.
Kunaal Gurbaxani aka GURBAX is definitely one of the freshest
DJ/producers to watch out for in the Indian bass music scene. From metal-head to bass-head, his journey started in the city of Bengaluru where he played guitar in punk rock and thrash metal bands. Moving to Atlanta for college was like a blessing for him since it was there that he discovered his love for bass-music. “It really was an easy transition" he says, "They both encompassed my love for heavy music. However, I could never really relate to the metal culture of angst and destruction. With the bass scene, on the other hand, it was more than just the music – there was a sense of family in the underground culture of pure energy, love and happiness that really resonated with me and drew me in”. Now, a self-taught DJ and Ableton-certified producer from the Dubspot School of Music Production in New York City, he has played shows in and around Atlanta and NYC including arecent performance at ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event)and is now looking to catalyze the bass music movement in India. In a short span of 4 years since moving back, he has managed to play in every corner of Indian sub-continent, gather multiple millions of plays online, hit #1 on the Indian iTunes Electronic Music Charts with his track ‘Aghori', as well as share the stage with a range of well-reputed artists such as Steve Aoki, Marshmello, NGHTMRE, Slander, Troyboi, Herobust, David Satori (Beats Antique), Christina Novelli, SpagHeddy, Hang Massive, GANZ, JSTJR, Fabian Mazur, LUUDE and GAUDI to name a few.