Eddie Jefferys paints a vivid picture with his music. Formerly one half of UK bass duo, 16bit, Jefferys now assumes the moniker, Moody Good, as his solo project, through which he crafts woozy, bass-heavy soundscapes that touch on a variety of genres, including ragged-edge dubstep and grime, two-step and left-field hip-hop. His often aggressive and ground-breaking approach to bass-heavy music has been turning heads since the creation of the Moody Good project.
2018 was a monumental year for Ian Slider aka Space Laces, who’s quickly solidified his mark as a leading tastemaker in electronic music. Known for timeless classics like “Digital Gangsta,” “Throwin Elbows,” and “Fang Banger” with Bro Safari, the bass music prodigy came crashing into the new year with his Beatport #1 collaboration with Excision on “Rumble” and arguably the most highly anticipated dubstep EP of the year, the iTunes #1 electronic EP ‘Overdrive.’ Space Laces continued his reign with the release of his boldest project to date, ‘Vaultage 001,’ a 17-track mix series spanning across genres and years of unreleased material.
Kicking off 2019 in full force, Space Laces is set to embark as special guest on Zomboy’s ‘Rott N’ Roll North American Tour,’ with more music on the way.