Renowned bass artists Slander and NGHTMRE have become quite the iconic duo in the world of electronic. The two artists have been friends for years now and have collaborated on more than a few tracks in addition to their b2b sets which have brought madness at each performance. Their Gud Vibrations bus tour touched down at locations all across North America and sold out shows due to state of the art productions and even better music in addition to the ‘gud’ vibes. Both Slander and NGHTMRE have originals that range from trap, heaven trap, bass, and future bass. NGHTMRE’s most latest remix of DJ Snake’s “Here Comes The Night” incorporates elements of both future bass and trap. The heavy hitting remix has been garnering support throughout the electronic spectrum and a full review of the track can be found here.
Following their Gud Vibrations bus tour comes the news that Slander and NGHTMRE will be hosting their very own stage at this year’s Coachella Music Festival. This news comes as no surprise as Gud Vibrations has been the talk of the electronic world since their tour commenced. Their Gud Vibrations stage will take place weekend two of Coachella and it already has a star studded lineup to boast. In addition to a b2b set from Slander and NGHTMRE, artists ARMNHMR, Botnek, Must Die!, Rickyxsan, Eptic, JSTJR, Snavs, and a special guest yet to be announced will be performing at the Gud Vibrations stage on weekend two.
If this performance is anything like their Gud Vibrations tour then we already know we’re in for one hell of a show. The Heineken House at Coachella will be hosting some of the hottest parties of both weekends with performances by Skrillex’s OWSLA and George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic. If you’re looking for a good time at this year’s Coachella then we highly advise making your way to the Heineken House on weekend two which will most certainly feature the performances of a lifetime.