Gud Vibrations Tag

Gud Vibrations, a music label founded by NGHTMRE and Slander has been serving us bass music at its best for years now. Only this year, the label released productions of such artists as Svdden Death, RIOT, Akeos, Shadient, Habstrakt, WAVEDASH, and a huge 'Heart Break (Remixes)' EP with eleven dubstep remixes from Trampa, Oolacile, Aweminus, Oddprophet, & more. For the last 6 months, the entire

The NGHTMRE & SLANDER's Gud Vibrations label is definitely one of the fastest-growing labels on the bass music scene in recent years. Only in 2019 label released tracks or EPs from such acts as Habstrakt, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, Shaquille O'Neil, WAVEDASH trio, and Moody Good. The latter of mentioned began his adventure with Gud Vibrations with absolute mad Walkin Stoopid, and later

SLANDER, the dynamic duo based out of Los Angeles, California, make waves with their latest release. Continuing what has been a red-hot year for the duo, expanding on their heavy bass sound and incredibly high energy sets, the duo expands their production talents by delivering another melodic hit. SLANDER has finally released their highly anticipated bass track called 'Potions' featuring Colorado

Since the debut of British born producer Morgan Hicks' alias Shadient in 2015, he has made big waves in the music scene already. With support from massive industry legends such as Porter Robinson - who had donated $3,000 towards a new studio computer so that Shadient could finish his album - and Rezz, it's clear that he is one name to keep a watchful

Having collaborated with some of electronic dance music's biggest artists including Dillon Francis, The Chainsmokers, Big Gigantic and Zeds Dead, American music producer NGHTMRE has teamed up with two surprising companions. Well-known for his bass-heavy productions and considered one of the most dominant artists in his genre right now, Tyler Marenyi has joined forces with Shaquille O'Neal (DJ Diesel) and electronic collaborator Lil Jon who worked alongside DJ Snake for

The collaborative force of NGHTMRE and SLANDER is undoubtably one not to be messed with. Calibre, quality, and plenty of punch radiates through their work, and after teasing ideas for a while, the artist pairing have finally revealed the first record to drop on their label Gud Vibrations. Blossoming from a single release of the same title, Gud Vibrations spiralled

Straight after their massive Gud Vibrations show together with NGHTMRE at this year's edition of Ultra Music Festival in Miami, SLANDER is back and releasing new music. The duo from Los Angeles have teamed up with Wavedash for their newest track, 'Move Back'. The triplet from Austin has released music on Skrillex' label OWSLA already, setting high expectations for their collab with SLANDER. Known for their bass-filled tunes, one of