Within a scene that is constantly changing, few have risen through the trenches and have stirred the bass community between 2017 and 2019 as much as Bay Area native Danny Howland, better known as SVDDEN DEATH.
Taking inspirations from Noisia,16BIT, Skrillex, and other legends in the dubstep community – SVDDEN DEATH has formulated a hybrid of textured rhythms and sub-wrecking basslines to create his own maniacal sound.Curating all original sets, a SVDDEN DEATH set is an experience in itself no bass lover should go without seeing. Even more so his highly sought after VOYD set; an audio and visual experience filled with another 100% original but with songs you can only experience live.
He’s come a long way since the release of his first EP through the wellknown Never Say Die: Black Label to dropping his haywire VOYD alter ego – including “Behemoth”, heard repeatedly throughout the festival circuit – to his song “Sell Out” with Electronic’s current mega-star Marshmello as well an official remix for “Happier” – SVDDEN DEATH has clearly made his mark in the bass scene and will be one to watch.
23-year-old Belgian prodigy Eptic has established himself as one of the brightest talents in bass music. His debut signing to Never Say Die Records ‘Like A Boss’ EP went straight to the top 5 on the Beatport dubstep charts and rode high in the top 10 for 7 weeks running.
Since then he has moved on to collaborate with artists such as MUST DIE! and Habstrakt which resulted in ‘Z’ and ‘Ninja Challenge’ which was featured on the Never Say Die and UKF album mixed by SKisM alongside names like Skrillex, Flux Pavilion, Foreign Beggars and more.
With remixes for Datsik, Excision, Fedde Le Grand and SKisM under his belt, releases on Ministry of Sound and Sony, and 7.1 million views on YouTube, it’s no surprise that the 23-year-old wunderkind has been tearing up the systems of some of the best clubs and festivals around the globe. Rounding off 2014 with a huge headline set in Hollywood, 2015 is set to be no different. This talented Belgian is becoming a prominent figure in bass music.