This fire lineup has got some hot talent on it!
Ubbi Dubbi Music Festival is happening for the first time ever in Fort Worth, TX on April 27th and 28th, and it’s coming at us with a heavy lineup. We all know the big ones like Zeds Dead, SLANDER, and Illenium, but what about some of the lesser-known artists? Matroda, JOYRYDE, Peekaboo? Don’t recognize them? Well, the lineup is dripping with exceptional talent and if you don’t know, I’m here to catch you up!
If you’ve been to a house show in the past two years, you’ve probably heard “Creepin”. CID has collabed with artists like Galantis and Kaskade and even won himself a Grammy for his Best Remixed Recording. His style of house music is downright infectious, so shufflers: practice your moves for this one!
Take a look here.
9. Said the Sky
Said the Sky has made a name for himself by constructing angelic heartwarming future bass melodic tracks. The ones that make you want to hold onto your loved ones and never let go. His set is one I anticipate will bring tears to the eyes of fellow Ubbers and Dubbers, but you’re guaranteed to come out the other side in high spirits.
Check out Said the Sky’s music here.
Codes started as a scratch hip hop turntablist and evolved into a house producer extraordinaire. His signature dial tone sound combined with an underground house vibe will make a killer set at Ubbi Dubbi. I’ll be waiting for him to play my personal favorite track “Go Down”; it’s an absolute house banger!
Listen to it on his Spotify here
graves started as a recording engineer for some of the biggest names in music across a variety of genres. Finding his own sound from it, he ventured out for his own vision in producing electronic music and has collabed with the likes of RL Grime, Boombox Cartel and Flosstradamus. If you enjoy that trap/future bass blend like I do, you’re not going to want to pass up a chance to see graves.
Take a listen!
Drezo’s innovative producing capabilities never cease to impress the hell out of me. Picture underground house music with a dark, creative twist to it. I’m hoping his set is later in the day because the darkness of the night would categorically enhance Drezo’s grimey house vibes at Ubbi Dubbi.
Listen on Spotify here.
An alien will invade Texas and her name is Lucii! I love seeing female DJs on the up and up, and with support from similar-sounding artists like Liquid Stranger, LSDREAM, and G-Rex, she has caught my full attention. She’s bringing the weird space bass vibes with her and let me tell you: I am HERE for it.
Check it her out here!
This is yet another brilliant bass house producer that consistently blows me away by their talent. Habstrakt smashes genres by combining house with trap, heavy bass, and dubstep for a truly unique signature style. For the bassheads that are willing to give house a try, Uncle Habby will undoubtedly thrill and excite you!
Click here for house wubs.
During his rapid come-up last year, Peekaboo’s tracks have worked their way across the bass music scene. The growing support for his music stretches straight to the top names like Bassnectar, Rezz, and Liquid Stranger. His growling basslines, yet technical and precise beats will make up one of the filthiest sets at Ubbi Dubbi.
Listen to Peekaboo’s music here.
Nearing the top of the list for his high-energy original bass house tracks, JOYRYDE has an unmistakable sound that is sure to impress music lovers of all styles. He’s another genre-blender who can seamlessly play bass, trap, drum and bass, and house all in one set. JOYRYDE really brings the heat on the decks so stretch before this one!
Click here for JOYRYDE’s music
Bass house genius Matroda has been on my personal must-see list for years now. His extraordinary producing abilities allow him to create some of the most remarkable and addictive house tunes I’ve ever come across. This Croatian producer doesn’t come around the festival circuit all that often so I will be all ears when he graces the stage at Ubbi Dubbi!
Check out his work here.
These artists are just a sample of the talent Ubbi Dubbi has brought together to give us an amazing inaugural lineup! Throw in a waterfront venue, some lovely Texas spring weather and a few thousand bass-loving friends? Perfection!