Massive news has come out of the legendary Bootshaus venue and it involves two major acts. The bass is being brought to Bootshaus in full serving and what’s more is that there’s no turning back now after the venue announced that it will be welcoming back Bootshaus veteran Borgore along with upcoming bass music phenom Crankdat.
Announced for July 13th the dates fall perfectly in line with Crankdat’s time in Europe. The youngster is already set to play massive shows at both Ultra Europe 2018 in Split, Croatia, spanning July 6th-8th and his own headlining show at The Camden Assembly of course located in Camden, UK.
Coming fresh off his massive Diplo & Friends mix Crankdat has continually proven his impact as an artist in the dance music scene with a seemingly endless discography full of originals and remixes. In Crankdat’s Diplo & Friends mix, he makes it a point to reiterate that there are not 1, not 2, but 17 unreleased songs. Needless to say, if you enjoy the mix then you just know that there’s plenty more to come from Crankdat’s production desk.
Here’s the tracklist pic.twitter.com/dJjdngQwbY
— Crankdat ⚙ (@crankdat) June 18, 2018
Coming back a full circle, we can’t forget about the legendary bass act Borgore, who will also be gracing the stage at Wobble. A Bootshaus veteran, Borgore also shares this status with several other influential artists like Hardwell, Carnage, Dada Life, Sikdope,, Tiësto, RL Grimes, Steve Aoki and more.
Asaf Borger has taken a much different approach as of late to his music, experimenting in several other genres besides dance. The Israeli artist recently released a six-track jazz EP entitled ‘Adventures In Time‘ – where the artist visits his roots of jazz and Classical instruments. Although his experimentation with genre has been relatively recent, he surely continues to throw down massive bass-heavy sets.
For more on Wobble at Bootshaus check out the event listing here.