Lost Lands Festival Reveal A Gigantic Bass Lineup

If you are a fan of dubstep music and you are witnessing its earth-shattering bass vibrations at festival circuits year in year out, you have Excision to thank for it.

The Canadian artist who incorporates metal and hip-hop into his morphing dubstep sounds is one of the biggest influences behind the explosion of the genre across the pond from the UK into the North American region.

Hailing from Kelowna, British Columbia, Excision has dedicated his career to the bass music scene, leading and innovating at every step of its modern-day transformations and in the creation of a massive, passionate dubstep community. It’s not just dubstep that he excels at; the producer’s timeless sound design extends to drum & bass, trap and breakbeat as well which cause havoc at festivals through his self-curated sound systems and hypnotic visual productions.

Along with his face-melting music, what is really good at is curating multiple large-scale festival productions that over 100,000 dedicated fans call “home” and one of them is the gargantuan bass music festival called ‘Lost Lands’ which has just revealed a mammoth line-up for its 2022 edition.

Celebrating its fifth edition this year between September 23-25 at the Legend Valley In Ohio, the festival’s 2022 showcase will see its biggest ever line-up of artists that range from dubstep, drum & bass, trap and practically everything around the realm of bass music.

Lost Lands will bring performances from Excision himself, Barely Alive, Downlink (who will take up Drum & Bass this year), Sullivan King, Bear Grillz, Marauda, Kompany, LSDream, Kill The Noise, ILLENIUM, REZZ, Madeon, TroyBoi, Space Laces, Rusko, DJ Diesel, Said The Sky, Subtronics and more.

While the drum & bass contingent will be lead by Pendulum, A.M.C, Bensley, Justin Hawkes, IMANU, The Upbeats, along with a plethora of undergound bass music talent from across the spectrum who will make their way to Ohio for the Northern Hemisphere’s biggest celebration of skull-rattling music.

Check out the full list of artists below and book yourself a ticket to bass music paradise this September using THIS LINK and for more information regarding the festival, head to the festival’s website.

While you book your tickets, take a glimpse into what’s to come your way from this teaser:

Featured Image Credits: Jake West

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