The second annual Bamboo Bass Festival just announced a Sleeveless Records Take Over, going down on Sunday, February 19, 2017, on La Selva Stage, featuring:
STYLUST BEATS – TRUTH – BUKU – SHLUMP PERKULATOR – CONRANK – PIGEONHOLE – KOWTA – SUBSONIC DROPS – JLEON VS ESQUINA The Sleeveless Records Take Over is curated by label Founder Stylust Beats to showcase the label’s internationalbass artists. The Sleeveless Records roster joins international headliners: EKALI , FALCONS , MALA , SPACE JESUS , ILL GATES vs KJ SAWKA , ILL ESHA , PSYMBIONIC , MIHKAL , LIBRARIAN , PEEP THIS , and LOST CITY.
NEW ORLEANS, LA (December 6, 2016) – BUKU Music + Art Project today announced the first round of talent for the sixth installment of the annual festival, taking place on March 10 + 11, 2017 at the iconic Mardi Gras World in New Orleans. On multiple indoor & outdoor stages, set against a unique industrial backdrop along the Mississippi River, the event will showcase a multi-genre talent roster of some of the most relevant artists in the dance music, hip-hop and indie scenes. Complementing the extensive music lineup, the two-day festival continues its traditional signature arts component that includes an eclectic array of one-of-a kind art installations by local artists and electrifying street performers. After consistently selling out year after year, BUKU remains a celebration of the progressive, youthful subculture that is fueling the new New Orleans. Regular priced 2-day passes go on sale December 8th at 11am CT at www.thebukuproject.com.
Check out BUKU’s official lineup announce video here:
The 2017 festival will showcase an extensive lineup of electronic, hip-hop, and indie acts including: Famed electronic producer Deadmau5, who just released his new album W:/2016ALBUM/ on Friday; chart-topping rappers Travis Scott, Young Thug and 21 Savage; Canadian electronic duo Zeds Dead; Chinese American electronic musician and singer ZHU; indie acts Tycho, Sleigh Bells and Washed Out; young rising EDM star Jauz; visionary Long Beach rapper Vince Staples; underground dance artists including Russian techno DJ/producer Nina Kraviz, the mysteriously masked Malaa melodic house producer Lane 8 and South African-Swiss DJ Nora En Pure; comedic rapper and lyrically-skilled hip-hop artist Lil Dicky; London’s hyped about producer TroyBoi; genre-pushing hip-hop sensation Lil Yachty; a slew of buzzing dance producers including Slushii, Lido, Rezz, Big Wild and San Holo; Louisiana “death rap” duo $uicideboy$; electronic R&B singer Alina Baraz; Brainfeeder bass virtuoso and Kendrick Lamar collaborator Thundercat; critically acclaimed Seattle-based American indie rock group Car Seat Headrest; hip-hop artist/producer and frequent A$AP Rocky collaborator Clams Casino; electronic/funk/jam artists The Floozies and Opiuo; three epic “back-to-back” sets which have become a BUKU staple including trap powerhouses Ghastly B2B Herobust, Dirtbird stalwarts Shiba San B2B Justin Jay and bass producers Minnesota B2B Space Jesus; London-based “hyperkinetic” electro-pop producer Sophie; feel good hip-hop up-and-comers Aminé and Kaiydo; and new-coming electronic producers Whethan and Oshi; . Initial artists announced for the intimate VIP-only S.S. BUKU riverboat, which has become a predictor of the next big things, include electronic producers Ekali, Ganja White Night, Chet Porter, Andrew Luce, Pusher and STéLOUSE. The event will also include local New Orleans artists: R&B singer and Kehlani collaborator Ambré; electronic/Hip-Hop producer AF THE NAYSAYER; EDM DJ Boogie T.; guitar and drum duo Caddywhompus; a B2B set from DJ MUSA and funk DJ Otto; electronic duo sfam; and female techno DJ Lleauna as well as local showcases curated by Solange’s Saint Heron and local DJ collective DOHM Collective.