Da High Cookout feat. Bass Sekolah & Sickflip at High Spirits, Pune

  • Date / Time: 05/10/2015 : 2:00 PM
  • Location: The High Spirits
  • Address: The High Spirits, Koregaon Park,Pune,Maharashtra,India

Bass Sekolah is the sonic equivalent of the taste of reddened, ripe mangos dripping with thick, syrupy tang – that! cut with a hint of spicy lime-orange. Bass Sekolah are a duo. They make music in the jungle – quite literally.

The group has played some of the most important festivals and club nights in Asia, yet outside of being featured on Phon.o’s Crackling Spaces Pt. 1 EP, they haven’t released a damn thing! This is about to change. Introducing Lighthouse, their official debut single. Think: sensual, sultry – a carefully curated blend of some of the warmest hues and splatters that electronic music and sound design can produce.

Bass Sekolah are producer Cee and multi instrumentalist-crooner Darren Ashley,and they’re on a mission to make honest, soulful, forward thinking Electronica. The group is currently working on their debut LP, and you will be hearing more from them soon.

SICKFLIP is a collaborative and experimental solo project brought to life by Sarvesh Shrivastava, 21 year old music producer and DJ from Bombay, India (Founder of the Drum&Bass collective – Mental Martians)

Musically, SICKFLIP ranges from bass heavy and chest rattling Glitch hop to deep experimental sounds . His music has an indefinable mix of calm & serene, happy, melodic vibes and atmospheres to contrasting heavy, face-melting, chest rattling, hectic sequences.

His styles are majorly influenced by artists like Bassnectar, Koan Sound, Nicolas Jaar, Trolley Snatcha, Tricky, Amon Tobin, Noisia and a lot more. He intends to collaborate with a lot more artists in future, making more music and hopefully soon unleashing his Glitch Hop Live set.

Not much later than his first single, his recent debut EP – “Outburst EP” on the dutch label – Rub A Duck records has been well received worldwide. He also released his second EP this July 13 – “Bipolar”  on the NH7 Audiolizer which was available for download and became an instant hit!