Just weeks after making their debut on NGHTMRE and SLANDER’s newly minted Gud Vibrations label with “Deathwish”, as the label’s first release ever, WAVEDASH unites again with their good friend QUEST to release a massive second track on the imprint. “BSTRD”, the second single off the producers’ forthcoming EP, demonstrates WAVEDASH and QUEST’s collaboration that is aggressive yet experimental. The track is wrought with gritty chords and piercing bass, and a pulsing energy throughout that melds to form a body-jarring track that will absolutely destroy club rooms around the globe. With their sophisticated production skills and high energy sets, WAVEDASH have rapidly established themselves as artists to watch. As the second single for the upcoming Opening Ceremony EP, which will be released on Gud Vibrations, “BSTRD”, showcases two of electronic music’s most promising young talents. Along with “Deathwish” and “BSTRD” , fans can expect a slew of brand new tracks that promise more headbanging goodness. Opening Ceremony will be dropped later this year, so be among the first to know by following WAVEDASH and Gud Vibrations.
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Although the three members of WAVEDASH are young, this trio has exhibited producing prowess beyond their years. After listening to WAVEDASH’s style of heavy bass music, it’s quickly evident why their debut track, “Bang”, was picked up as a release on Skrillex’s OWSLA. They’ve since made a name for themselves with official remixes (incl. DJ Snake’s “Ocho Cinco” and Excision’s “Final Boss”), live performances at EDC Las Vegas, Beyond Wonderland and Nocturnal Wonderland. 2018 has been an monstrous year for WAVEDASH, who collaborated with heavyweight artists on major labels such as “Grave” with NGHTMRE on Mad Decent, “Move Back” with SLANDER on Insomniac Records, and their “Devil Music” EP on Mat Zo’s Mad Zoo. QUEST’s own EP, “Hexes” has been met with passionate fan fair, in addition to his stand out official remix of Wiwek/Elliphant/Skrillex favorite, “Killa”.