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Bass Coast: A Mutineer’s Journey Part II

Bass Coast: A Mutineer’s Journey Part II

(Whaaat? I didn’t read the first part!! No problem - see Part I here!) All photographs are courtesy of Zipporah Lomax! She has over 600 beautiful photographs of Bass Coast posted to her Facebook page.

Occasionally I have to remind myself that I am on a journey, not a marathon, and moments of relaxation allow for balance and restoration. I love when I can mellow out near my tent but still feel involved in the festival activities, and the intimate atmosphere of the Bass Coast festival grounds provides the perfect level of balance. DJ K-Tel‘s Sunday Soul Session played across the river providing a funky soundtrack to our chill Sunday afternoon. The camps are located near a shaded oasis growing next to the river whose water is soothingly cool but not cold when the shade isn’t enough…

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Shamblog 2014 – Sunday: The Finale

After what was my most memorable night (Saturday) out of any of the nights I’ve spent at Shambhala, I used a much needed, full day sleeping… So much so, that Sunday, the final night of music crept up on me like an owl in the night! A quick, chilly rinse in the river, sustenance from the food vendors for my hungry body, plus some speedy costume prep, and we were all set for the finale, our last chance to soak in as much of the amazing Shambhala Music Festival experience as possible.

This year has been an exceptional year for not only music, but all sorts of performances including dance, theatrics, clowning, hooping, and poi. We began our Sunday night adventure with yet another brilliant performance by the much anticipated LA based group known as the Lucent Dossier Experience. They melded a combination of audio, dance, and aerial acrobatics into a beautifully put together collection of pieces that drew awe from a completely mystified crowd. While using a lot of classically influenced music…

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Bass Coast: A Mutineer’s Journey Part I

Bass Coast: A Mutineer’s Journey Part I

“A [mutineer] ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder: fabulous forces are there encountered and a decisive victory is won: the [mutineer] comes back from this mysterious adventure with the power to bestow [booty] on [their] fellow man.”

- Joseph Campbell, The Hero with a Thousand Faces

* All photographs are courtesy of AllieKat Photography :)

Our journey begins in the ordinary world. We are comfortable. Our routes are familiar, and our rules are defined. Eat, sleep, work, repeat! But eventually these worn in routines begin to feel stale, and when the weight of a culture that values tangible objects rather than experiences grows too heavy, we feel a desire to escape. A desire to gather with a like-minded community to recharge our unique creativities and mutiny against the status quo. Bass Coast put out a call to adventure…

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Shamblog 2014 – Saturday: Full Tilt

Saturday night for us was definitely a unique flavour. Unlike the night before, we decided to let the festival guide us from stage to stage, attraction to attraction. This was something I now consider very special to me as I really had a chance to explore different musical tastes, see other stages in a different perspective, and experience the festival as a moving whole with each individual adding to its flow.

Starting out in a much more relaxed place, The Grove, we got to hang out with a few friends in a beautiful treehouse overlooking the buzzing green space as the eclectic, natural bass reverberated throughout the forest. We really started to vibe out the music near the end of Adham Shaikh‘s collaboration with Vancouver’s violinist, Michael Fraser. This was an unbelievably positive way to begin the night as we pushed off to experience what this place truly had to offer. Wandering further through the Grove, we were on our…

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Shamblog 2014 – Friday: The Grand Opening

Wow. Every year, even knowing what it was like from previous years, I’m still left sitting here mind blown on Saturday morning after the Friday night madness between ALL the stages finally opening. So many crazy acts took the stage and completely destroyed the buzzing crowd. With the mass amount happening in terms of the schedule, we found ourselves bouncing from stage to stage trying to catch a little bit of everything.

Excision. Wow…. walking into the Village in order to secure a spot right before his set began was tough. So many people were rushing in to ensure they catch what many people consider the most iconic DJ set of Shambhala every year… and he delivered! Yet another epic, bass filled intro packed with subsonic bass, industrial wind-ups, and gnarly vocals that fully rep his X brand. He came in strong with a handful of some of the most head banging Drumstep tracks then started working through multiple genres that put…

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Shamblog 2014 – Thursday: The Build Up

Thursday marked the first day/night of music as two of Shambhala’s six stages opened in order to build up some serious anticipation for when everything opens today. The classic look of the AMPhitheatre (formerly known as the Rock Pit) was in full effect ever since the opening set at noon which featured an energetic Trap/Hip-Hop set performed by Deeps & Wakcutt. Mixing in a few other genres including Dnb made this a great way to get some of the built up energy from the arrival out on the dance floor. Some other notable sets from the AMPhitheatre included classic performances by Ski Tour and Fort Knox 5.

Thursday Signs

Through some back and fourth between the two stages we managed to catch some great bouncy sets the went down at the

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Shamblog 2014 – Tuesday/Wednesday: The Arrival

Shambhala Music Festival 2014 has officially begun and although the past two days (Tuesday & Wednesday) don’t include any performances, the long process of joining the tailgate, waiting in anticipation and entering the grounds have commenced. Thursday night, the first night of music featured at two of the six stages, will be going down soon and we’re so stoked to finally be back at the most unique electronic music festival we’ve come to know. But now that we’re finally all setup and ready to join the fun, I’m going to drop the low down of what went down throughout the arrival process.

I couldn’t help but think to myself about how crazy it is that this next-level music festival takes place in such a remote, lush location as we slowly made our way up the winding gravel road. The line of cars driving bumper to bumper seems endless as the eager attendees make their way to the waiting lot in order to…

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Vancouver Bass Music Producer, Kermode, Drops Bombs in Latest Compilation Release

Although the name is still fresh to the scene, don’t blink! Because this cat’s got some serious talent. Kermode, stationed out of Vancouver, Canada, is a well-developed Bass Music master who at the young age of 19, has an unbelievable amount of skill that’s bound to grow exponentially :D

Just like the alias he chose, which represents the ‘Spirit Bear’, Kermode describes his music as being ‘soft and peaceful at times but one blink and you’re dealing with a massive, roaring, wild beast’. That truly sums up his musical palette as he winds through a wide variety of genres/tempos with a mixture of unique vibes both lucid and heavy. His arsenal of genres include Dubstep, Drum & Bass, Glitch-Hop and a tonne in between. His long winding, smooth basslines are not only a treat for your ears, but they bring listeners on an exciting musical journey.

Off The Rails‘ marks his current release within the ‘

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