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BassCoast #7 – Finally we’re back in LA!

BassCoast #7 By Rossella Blinded

Finally we’re back in LA. And surprises couldn’t be missing in this episode either: an interview to Riot Ten and to Jaykode, both recorded before their djsets at Control LA at Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles on April 22th and on April 29th.

I really missed Control LA at Avalon when i was in Italy, the lineup was huge as usual, both for the night where Jaykode who shared the stage with Milo & Otis and UZ and for the event with Riot Ten that played before TWRK and OG MACO!

Words are always superficial to describe these events, so you can check some videos on my instagram @rossellablinded. It’s always a great pleasure to join Control LA nights, they are always super-well organized, the staff are very friendly yet extremely professional, the stage is awesome with the fantastic visuals and the shows of Riot Ten and JayKode have been super energetic! The audience went crazy with every track the djs dropped. It was a roller coaster!

We talked with them in their interviews about their releases, their passion for music and for djing, dedication to Bass music and what inspires most them.

Enjoy the Episode:

And here’s the tracklist:

JAYKODE 10 MINS MIX BY Rossella Blinded:
Galantis / Runaway (JayKode Remix)
Jennifer Paige / Crush (Goshfather / Jinco X JayKode Edition) (Feat. Lauryn Vyce)
Kaskade X Adam K X Soha / 4 AM (JayKode Remix)
Jaykode & Whiiite / Revelation
Diskord / Release Me (Original Mix)
Jaykode / Beehive
JayKode X Party Thieves / Origin

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RIOT TEN 10 MINS MIX BY Rossella Blinded:
Riot Ten x Duelle / Gas Me Up
Valentino Khan X Wiwek / Tropicana (Riot Ten X Cvrse Hype Or Die Re-Flip)
Zomboy / Resurrection (Riot Ten Hype Or Die Re-Flip)
Terravita X Riot Ten / I’m On It
Slim Jesus / Drill Time (Riot Ten Fuckaroud Trap Remix)
Riot Ten / In The Truck (Feat. Armanni Reign)

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Jaykode interview

Jaykode interview

Riot Ten Interview

Riot Ten Interview


Finalmente siamo tornati a Los Angeles. E le sorprese non potevano mancare nemmeno in questo episodio: sia un’intervista a Riot Ten che a Jaykode, entrambe registrate prima del loro djset al Control LA all’Avalon Hollywood a Los Angeles il 22 Aprile e il 29 Aprile.

Mi è davvero mancato il Control LA all’Avalon quando ero in Italia, la lineup era stratosferica come sempre, sia per la notte in cui Jaykode che ha condiviso il palco con Milo e Otis e UZ che per l’evento con Riot Ten che ha suonato prima TWRK e OG MACO !

Ogni parola è sempre superficiale per descrivere questi eventi, meglio se andate a vedere alcuni video sul mio instagram @rossellablinded. E’ sempre un grande piacere assistere alle serate del Control, sono sempre super-ben organizzate, il personale è molto gentile ma estremamente professionale, il palco è impressionante grazie ai visual fantastici e gli spettacoli di Riot Ten e JayKode sono stati super energici! Il pubblico è impazzito con ogni traccia che i dj hanno suonato. Sembra di essere stati sulle montagne russe!

Abbiamo parlato con loro nelle loro interviste delle loro release, la loro passione per la musica e per il djing, la dedizione alla Bass music e ciò che più lì ispira.

Godetevi l’episodio:

E qui la tracklist:

JAYKODE 10 MINS MIX BY Rossella Blinded:
Galantis / Runaway (JayKode Remix)
Jennifer Paige / Crush (Goshfather / Jinco X JayKode Edition) (Feat. Lauryn Vyce)
Kaskade X Adam K X Soha / 4 AM (JayKode Remix)
Jaykode & Whiiite / Revelation
Diskord / Release Me (Original Mix)
Jaykode / Beehive
JayKode X Party Thieves / Origin

RIOT TEN 10 MINS MIX BY Rossella Blinded:
Riot Ten x Duelle / Gas Me Up
Valentino Khan X Wiwek / Tropicana (Riot Ten X Cvrse Hype Or Die Re-Flip)
Zomboy / Resurrection (Riot Ten Hype Or Die Re-Flip)
Terravita X Riot Ten / I’m On It
Slim Jesus / Drill Time (Riot Ten Fuckaroud Trap Remix)
Riot Ten / In The Truck (Feat. Armanni Reign)

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Rossella Blinded intervisterà Riot Ten all’Avalon Hollywood stasera in occasione del suo show al Control LA, in onda nella prossima nuova puntata di Bass Coast mercoledì 4 maggio alle 20. Per chi passasse da queste parti info e ticket link:



Rossella Blinded will interview Riot Ten at Avalon Hollywood this evening at Control LA for the next Bass Coast episode on air on May 4th – 8 pm Italy Time, 11 am LA Time. Event info & ticket:




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Rossella Blinded intervisterà JayKode all’Avalon Hollywood domani sera in occasione del suo show al Control LA, in onda nella prossima nuova puntata di Bass Coast mercoledì 4 maggio alle 20. Per chi passasse da queste parti info e ticket link:

MILO & OTIS at Control {Los Angeles} 4/22 (19+)



Rossella Blinded will interview Jaykode at Avalon Hollywood tomorrow evening at Control LA for the next Bass Coast episode on air on May 4th – 8 pm Italy Time, 11 am LA Time. Event info & ticket:

MILO & OTIS at Control {Los Angeles} 4/22 (19+)



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BassCoast6 #itslit

BassCoast #6 By Rossella Blinded

This was the first episode of the Bass Coast season which wasn’t broadcast from Los Angeles but from Milan, however no episode has ever been richer: an interview with Borgore, his exclusive Guest Mix, an interview with Stereoliez and the premiere of their new track.

I interviewed Borgore during his last Italian show in Legnano, near Milan, organized by Oh My Club! Coming back from Los Angeles I noticed how this organization hosts each month the most important international artists, one of the few Italian realities that can afford to organize events like these.

Indeed everything is very different from the LA clubbing, first of all in terms of cost and public. In Los Angeles evenings like these are addressed to an older audience, as each event is 19+ or 21+, this for the compliance of various laws against alcohol consumption by people younger than 21. But not only that. The events have much higher costs, in Italy a ticket is around 15-18 euros, in the US around 25-40 $ and can go up to 50 $. This also applies to the festivals that cost no less than 90-150 $ per day.

Borgore’s show did not disappoint anyone, as always, he is just one of the most heterogeneous artists, ranging from dubstep to hip-hop, to EDM and trap.
During our interview we talked about his beginnings, new sounds and influences, passion and dedication to music and the huge return of dubstep.
Not only did he give us his genuine opinion about many music aspects, but also some essential advice on how to make your dreams come true…the same piece of advice he would give his own son!

You can also find below the tracklist of his guest mix with tons of new tracks and Buygore previews.

I also had the pleasure of interviewing Stereoliez, an Italian duo with whom I played for the first time back in 2012.  I was really eager to interview them on Bass Coast to speak with them about their career, starting from local djs in northern Italy to reaching an international position, entering the Buygore family, after having toured Europe and America. Exactly yesterday Jack U, we’re talking about Skrillex and Diplo as you may knpw, played at Lollapalooza their bootleg remix of Afterhours by Troyboy made with Retrohandz.
I also played exclusively for Bass Coast their new single DNGR feat. G. Manors that you can find for free download at this link:


Questa è stata la prima puntata della stagione a non essere stata trasmessa da Los Angeles ma nessuna è stata così ricca: intervista a Borgore, un suo Guest Mix in esclusiva, intervista agli Stereoliez e premiere della loro nuova traccia.

Ho intervistato Borgore in occasione del suo show italiano a Legnano, vicino Milano, organizzato da Oh My Club! Tornando da Los Angeles ho notato come questa organizzazione mese dopo mese ospita tra gli artisti internazionali più importanti, una delle poche realtà italiane a potersi permettere di organizzare serate del genere.

Anche se il tutto è molto diverso dalla situazione club Losangeleina, primo per una questione di costi e di pubblico. A Los Angeles serate del genere sono rivolte ad un pubblico più grande, in quanto ogni evento è 19+ o 21+, questo per l’osservanza di svariate leggi contro il consumo di alcol da parte dei ragazzi con età inferiore a 21 anni, ma non solo.. Le serate oltreoceano hanno costi decisamente più alti, in Italia se una serata ruota intorno ai 15-18 euro, in America siamo intorno ai 25-40 fino a 50 dollari. Questo vale anche per i festival che ruotano intorno ai 90-150 dollari a giornata.

Lo show di Borgore come sempre non ha deluso nessuno, è semplicemente uno degli artisti più variegati ed eterogenei che spaziano dalla dubstep all’hip-hop all’edm e alla trap.
Durante la sua intervista abbiamo parlato dei suoi esordi, di nuove sonorità e influenze, di passione e dedizione per la musica e del ritorno in pompa magna della dubstep.
Ma non solo, ci ha dato anche la sua opinione sulla Dj Mag Top 100 Djs che è stata a dir poco onesta ed esilarante allo stesso tempo e i suoi consigli per tutti coloro che vogliono realizzare i propri obiettivi e farli diventare realt, gli stessi che “darebbe a proprio figlio” per citare una sua espressione!

Potete inoltre trovare qui sotto la tracklist del suo guest mix con tonnellate di nuove tracce e preview della Buygore.

Ho avuto anche il piacere di intervistare gli Stereoliez, artisti con cui ho suonato per la prima volta nel 2012 e che ho avuto il piacere di intervistare per parlare della loro carriera da dj del nord Italia a dj internazionali entrati in scuderia Buygore e con un tour Europeo e Americano alle spalle e che proprio ieri i Jack U, stiamo parlando nientemeno che di Skrillex e Diplo, hanno suonato al Lollapalooza il loro bootleg remix di Afterhours di Troyboy realizzato con i Retrohandz.
Abbiamo inoltre trasmesso in esclusiva il loro nuovo singolo DNGR feat. G. Manors che potete trovare in free download nel link sopra!


Borgore Guest Mix Tracklist:

01  Omar LinX / Red Light, Green Light (Zeds Dead Remix) – Promo

02  K Theory X Wizard / Turn It – Buygore

03  Styles&Complete, EXSSV ft. Crichy Crich / Star Struck – Buygore

04  JayKode X Party Thieves / Origin (Original Mix) – Buygore

05  Tapecut / Fabulous – Buygore

06  Airia / Spirits – Buygore

07  Jameston Thieves & YOOKIE / Trippin 4 U – Buygore

08  Tisoki & Watgood / How About It (Tisoki VIP) – Buygore

09  Strap Deez / 30K (Prod. by CEDEK & FKi) – Buygore

10  Jameston Thieves & YOOKIE / Xanax Pancakes – Buygore

11  Brewski / Cracka Ft. Karma (Prod. Ryan Browne) – Buygore

12  CEDEK x Brewski / Dab Anthem (Prod. By CEDEK) – Buygore

13  Ian Munro / 1000 ft. Adi Medici – Buygore

14  Borgore & Caked Up / Tomahawk – Buygore

15  Borgore ft. G-Eazy / Forbes (Prod. By Borgore & Styles&Complete) – Buygore

16  Jackal X Dr. Fresch / NETFLIX N’ KILL – Buygore

17  Omar LinX / Back To You (Dabow Remix) – Buygore

18  Dr.Ozi / How Do I (feat. PRXZM) (Original Mix) – Buygore

19  WATGOOD / Crush – Buygore

20  Tisoki & Watgood / How About It (Tisoki VIP) – Buygore

21  Junkie Kid & Jayden Parx / BREAKER (Bailo Beatz & AMF Remix) – Buygore

22  Bad Royale / Home feat. Goldenbwoy – Buygore

Rossella Blinded Borgore Vivien

Rossella Blinded Borgore Vivien Bass

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#BassCoast 5 is Insomniac

Bass Coast #5 By Rossella Blinded


Surprises couldn’t be missing in this episode either: an interview with Flux Pavilion, a name that does not need introductions, and a Bishu guest mix.

I met Flux Pavilion during his show at the Insomniac Countdown on NYE in Los Angeles. Insomniac, one of the biggest organizations of EDM / Bass events in the US,  organizer of EDC and Nocturnal Wonderland too, did not disappoint this time either! The Countdown, with an audience that exceeded 10,000 participants, three stages, more than 30 artists, was State-A unique show and unparalleled.

Among my favorites sets were those of Yellow Claw, Alison Wonderland , Dj Snake , Delta Heavy, Megalodon B2B Truth and obviously Flux Pavilion himself.

You can check some videos on my instagram @rossellablinded

In this Episode, as i anticipated, we also hosted an exclusive guest mix by Bishu, a young producer from Cove, US that recently released for Mad Decent and Unborn, Tom Size’s label. You can read the interview with him below.

To finish off the episode, I made a mix with some of the latest releases from the American Bass world, including the preview of the new NGTMRE’s EP! Find the podcast and the tracklist below!


1. You are one of the youngest producers that have released for Mad Decent, how did you start producing and how did the collaboration with this big label start? 

Hey ! I began producing 4-5 years ago after hearing Deadmau5’s/Skrillex’s stuff. I thought it was super dope how Skrillex was making these insane songs just on his laptop in hotel rooms whilst travelling around the world. Blew my mind and I had to give it producing a try ! The colaboration with MD happened extremely organically… I released a few songs with UNBORN and like a few months later their Mad Decent A&R emailed me asking if I had any unreleased music. Around 6 months later I signed a contract with them.

2. How did the collaboration with Unborn Records, Tom Size’s label, start?

When I first started producing and releasing trappy-type-stuff Tomsize was one of the first to take notice and support me. He commented on one of my songs and like a few weeks later he started UNBORN (which blew up super quick!). I liked the look of the label so I emailed a demo and they were down to release it. I distinctly remember that I was super hungover the day they emailed me. Was cool to wake up to.

3. Lol i can imagine that! Can you reveal us your future collaborations?

A few colaborations are up in the air at the moment, nothing super solid. So I guess I don’t really have anything to reveal (yet!) haha.

4. That’s ok! ;) Do you always work in a professional recording studio or do you also produce at home or in the hotel rooms with a laptop and headphones? 

Definitely not working in a professional studio. I use my macbook and studio monitors to produce. At night I typically move to my bed and use headphones- I like checking my songs on both headphones and monitors !

5.  Do you also dj?

I have dj’d a few house parties, but nothing major. Definitely going to be djing for real soon.

6. What are the main things you’d say you’ve learned being in the game over the years?

Main things I’ve learned… hmm. I think it would be the fact that there are 2 sides to this whole music thing. There’s the art and creative side, and then there is the business/branding/connections side. Each are critical to success in my opinion. Getting a (competent) manager really helped me understand a lot of the business stuff. Not sure if this has much to do with ‘the game’ really, but it’s probably one of the main things I’ve learned haha

7. What’s the latest trend in Bass music that you’ve noticed taking shape?

Latest trend in bass music would absolutely be bass house/hard house stuff- Wiwek… Killing it.

8. What is your advice / your tips for young dj/producers that want to start a career in the Bass music scene?

I’ve just barelyyy found my footing in the scene (carreer-wise), but I think some things are critical to getting key people interested in what you’re doing. Number one would be to have something that is slightly different, but still appealing. It’s like the ultimate ratio of being good- different appealing. The more different and more appealing your stuff is the more people will be interested. This is super basic, borderline cliche stuff though ahah

9. What are your future projects? And.. Are you going to play in Europe? We can’t wait to welcome you!

Future projects include some collaborations, more releases (obviously), and getting the dj/live side of things solid. I’d be way down to play in Europe ! Hopefully soon haha.


Faithless / We Come One (Flux Pavilion Remix)

Flux Pavilion Feat. Doctor / International Anthem

Flux Pavilion / Vibrate

Flux Pavilion Feat Matthew Coma / Emotional (MUST DIE! Remix)

Flux Pavilion Feat Matthew Coma / Emotional

Flux Pavilion Feat Tom Crane / Feels Good

Flux Pavilion Feat Riff Raff / Who Wants To Rock


1. Bishu / ID

2. Dabow / Triple Shadow

3. Drake & Future / Live From The Gutter

4. Grimes / Venus Fly (ft. Janelle Mone)

5. Valentino Khan / Deep Down Low

6. Jeremih Feat. J.Cole / Planes (Bishu Remix)

7. DJ Khaled Feat. Drake, Rick Ross, & Lil’ Wayne / No New Friends

8. Malaa / Notorious

9. Meek Mill / I Got the Juice

10. Bishu / What I’m Doin’

11. Montell Jordan / This Is How We Do It

12. Bishu / Sunray

13. Major Lazer / Get Free (What So Not Remix)

14. Baauer Feat. Aluna George & Rae Sremmurd / One Touch

15. Major Lazer / Lean On (CRNKN Remix)

16. Bishu / ID


Skrillex / Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites (YOOK!E’s ‘This Kills It Live’ Edit)


Justin Bieber / What Do You Mean (Alison Wonderlan Remix)

Yellow Claw / Kaolo PT. III

HeRobust / Dirty Work

Omar LinX / Green Light Red Light (Zeds Dead Remix)

Alison Wonderland Feat. Brave & Lido – Already Gone  (Far & Few x LOKI Flip)


Non potevano mancare le sorprese anche per questa puntata: intervista a Flux Pavilion, nome che non ha bisogno di descrizioni e un guest mix di Bishu, giovanissimo produttore americano uscito ultimamente su Mad Decent e su Unborn, label di Tom Size.

Ho incontrato Flux Pavilion durante il suo show all’Insomniac Countdown lo scorso mese a Los Angeles. L’Insomniac, una delle più grande organizzazioni di eventi EDM/bass in America, organizzatore anche degli EDC e dei Nocturnal Wonderland, non ha deluso nessuno. Il Countdown, con un pubblico che superava i 10,000 partecipanti, 3 stages, più di 30 artisti, è stato uno show unico e senza eguali.

Tra i miei set preferiti ci sono stati quelli di Yellow Claw, Alison Wonderland, Dj Snake, Delta HeavyMegalodon B2B Truth e ovviamente Flux Pavilion stesso.

Trovare alcuni video sempre sul mio instagram @rossellablinded

In questa puntata come anticipato, abbiamo anche ospitato un Guest Mix in esclusiva per Bishu e qui la sua intervista.

Ho realizzato un mix con alcune delle ultime uscite dal mondo Bass americano, tra cui l’anteprima del nuovo EP di NGTMRE, trovate qui sopra il podcast la tracklist.

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It’s Bass Coast #4 ! #livefromLA

Bass Coast #4 (Season II) by Rossella Blinded


December didn’t only bring about Christmas…it brought some special interviews too!

First up is LUMBERJVCK, recorded just before his breathtaking show at Avalon Hollywood at Control LA (i told you about this amazing venue a lot, so you should know what it is by now ;) )

This night was #lit, totally different from the rest, 100% dubstep. In Italy a solely-dubstep-night would be now considered something out-of-fashion, whereas here in LA it is always fresh, and has the power to keep surprising and connecting people.
We talked about his future projects, his new releases (one even with 12th Planet!) and about how he started his career as a dj and producer!

I made a mix with LUMBERJVCK‘s latest tracks including “Lost in The Ticket” which i have presented to you in the first Bass Coast episode of this season as one of the best dubstep tracks of 2015. You can find the track list and the podcast below and you can also watch a video of the show on my instagram profile @rossellablinded.

And this is not all. I’ve had the fortune to see one of the best visual shows ever, i’m speaking about Figure‘s show, for the promotional tour of his last album “Gravity”, go see a little video I posted on my Twitter profile @RossellaBlidned

The second interview is with Christina Boemio e Gali Firstenberg, two of the members of the Nap Girls collective, recorded at the Christmas Charity Party “Hella Lit Xmas” organized by Buygore and by the collective itself.
We had a chat about many topics, and they told me how Nap Girls is involved in organizing electronic and bass music events, charity events, promoting gender equality and much much more…

Hella Lit Xmas was lit particularly for 2 reasons: an unexpected (and obviously heart-stopping) b2b between Borgore, Skrillex & 12th Planet,  and most importantly because thanks to this sold-out event, organizers collected more than 650 toys and more than 1200 $ in cash to be donated to the Los Angeles Children Hospital. You can also watch a video of the show on my instagram profile @rossellablinded.

And here you can find the interview with Vice City that has even prepared a Guest Mix for us. Vice City is a duo from United States that only over last year released two eps for Buygore and one remix of the track Aftershot by Boombox Cartel and of NGHTMRE for the Mad Decent contest they won!

2015 has been a huge year for you. Is there something that striked you or surprized you, something unexpected? 

Yes it’s been an interesting year, the thing that striked us is that we were lucky enough to win a contest for Mad Decent and get to play at Snowglobe Festival.

I’ve started listening to your music last year but two months ago I have been striked by Addiction, one of the song of Lights, your last ep released for Buygore.

How did you start to collaborate and release for Borgore’s label? 

We started releasing my music there after many years of demo submitting, they finally gave me a shot and I’m grateful for that! We have lots of unrleased tracks coming out there in 2016!

Can you reveal us your future collaborations?

They are with Nitro Fun, DatPhoria, BLVK SHEEP, & Maliboux.

Do you always work in a professional recording studio or do you also produce at home or in the hotel rooms with a laptop and headphones? 

Sometimes when we are so inspired we tend work everywhere and even big studios, but most of the time we make all my records in my room with my laptop and headphones.

How and when did you start producing and djing?

We started making music with Fl Studio long time ago! We would say its been like 7 years already but we moved from FL Studio to Ableton Live around 6 years ago. Djing we barely started a couple of months since we have been doing show now and then.

What are the main things you’d say you’ve learned being in the game over the years?

We would say we have learned a lot of things from friends mainly and record labels! Not too long ago that we learned how to mix my music properly and thats because of Play Me Records who sent us a file for pre-mixed instructions asking for -6DB tracks! haha and also one of our biggest skills that we have learned this past 5 months is FM8, a wonderful plugin by Native Instruments.

What’s the latest trend in Bass music that you’ve noticed taking shape?

We would say the Future House style, it’s been going on for a few and it’s rising like a rocket! Cant wait to try something like this!

What is your advice / your tips for young dj/producers that want to start a career in the Bass music scene?

My biggest advice is to make music everyday, experiment with different tools, drums, samples, etc. If you want to succeed as hard as you want to breath, then thats when you will succeed!

What are your future projects? And.. Are you going to play in Europe? We can’t wait to welcome you!

Our future projects contain a lot of dubstep and a mixture of trap! We have been really fan of the hard sounds and heavy drops for a long time! Hopefully we get the chance to travel to Europe.. Cant wait to kick it with yall!!


E con dicembre non è arrivato solo il Natale ma anche 3 interviste speciali..

La prima con LUMBERJVCK in occasione del suo show all’Avalon Hollywood al Control LA di cui abbiamo parlato tantissime altre volte!

E’ stata una serata diverse da tutte, 100% dubstep, e se tutto ciò in Italia può risultare vecchio e obsoleto, qui ad LA è sempre qualcosa di molto richiesto, che stupisce e unisce.

Ho realizzato un mix con alcune delle sue ultime tracce, tra cui uno degli ultimi singoli Lost in The Ticket, che vi avevo presentato nella prima puntata di questa stagione di Bass Coast come uno dei migliori singoli dubstep del 2015.

Ma non solo, ho potuto assistere ad uno dei migliori live visual show di sempre, quello di Figure in occasione del tour promozionale di Gravity, suo ultimo album, trovate un breve video sul mio profilo twitter @rossellablinded.

La seconda intervista è stata con Christina Boemio e Gali Firstenberg, due delle ragazze del collettivo Nap Girls, in occasione del party di beneficenza di Natale “Hella Lit Xmas” organizzato da loro e dalla Buygore. Ho parlato con loro a proposito di Nap Girls che si occupa di promuovere l’eguaglianza tra uomo e donna in campo musicale e organizzare party di beneficenza all’interno dell’ambiente Bass e di musica elettronica. L’evento, in cui c’è stato un b2b a sorpresa tra Borgore, Skrillex e 12th Planet, è stato sold out e il collettivo ha raccolto più di 650 giocattoli e più di 1200$ in contanti che sono stati dati in donazione all’ospedale pediatrico di Los Angeles. Potete anche vedere un video dello show sul mio profilo instagram @rossellablinded.

E qui trovate anche l’intervista ai Vice City che hanno realizzato anche un Guest mix per noi. I Vice City sono un duo americano che solo lo scorso anno ha rilasciato due ep su Buygore e un remix per Boombox Cartel e NGHTMRE per il contest di Mad Decent di cui sono stati vincitori!



LUMBERJVCK 10″ MIX BY Rossella Blinded
LUMBERJVCK / Lost In The Ticket (Feat. LVNKY)
12th Planet X Tha Trickaz / Bless That Feat. Armanni Reign (LUMBERJVCK remix)
Le Castle Vania X LUMBERJVCK – Carry On (Feat. Mariana Bell)

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Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank / Shades of Grey (Ft. Delaney Jane) (VICE CITY Remix) (Spinnin Records)
Vice City / Turbulence [Unreleased]
Vice City / Werk It! (M Money Remix) [Unreleased]
Vice City / Werk It! [Unreleased]
Vice City / Insomnia [Unreleased]
Vice City / Return Of Saturn (feat. Benjamin Bobby) [Unreleased]
Vice City X M Money / ID /Shots Fired Mashup
Foreign Beggars / Still Getting It (feat. Skrillex) [Never Say Die Records]
Vice City / Savage Mind (Original Mix) [Play Me Records]
Alvin Risk / Skyclad (Skrillex Bootleg) [Unreleased]
LAXX / Step Two (El3phant Man Remix) [Never Say Die Records]
Freiheit / Body N Soul (Prod: VICE CITY) [Dirty Duck Audio]
Eptic & MUST DIE! / Z [Never Say Die Records]
Eptic / Space Cats [Never Say Die Records]
Freiheit & SON!X / The Secret ft.Ashley Apollodor (Prod VICE CITY) [Dirty Duck Audio]
Vice City / Evolve [Forthcoming Buygore]
Silento / Watch Me (Bad Royale Remix)
Vice City / Unison (feat. iLL MINDED) [Unreleased]



Lumberjvck @ Avalon Hollywood © Sean Moore

Lumberjvck @ Avalon Hollywood © Sean Moore

Napping w/ Nap Girls

Napping w/ Nap Girls


Toys collected at Hella Lit Christmas

Toys collected at Hella Lit Christmas

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It’s #BassCoast!

Episode #3 by Rossella Blinded


So, this episode has been something special too!
An interview with Bad Royale and 2 guest mixes.
Moreover, I’ve accompanied the interview with a mix I’ve made with Bad Royale’s most popular tracks, including the collab with Diplo on the Look At My Dab remix, to help you get a little bit more familiar with this name which I’m sure you will hear much about in the coming months!
They have performed at Control LA at Hollywood Avalon two fridays ago, and any word to describe their show wouldn’t do them justice. I’ve posted some videos on my Instagram (@rossellablinded).

I also went to see Slander at Yost Theatre for Havoc.
When they touched down in Italy a few months back, I had the impression not many people knew them and they were a rather new project, whereas here I got the totally opposite impression. The event was one of the most sold out ones of recent times and their dj set was sensational. I strongly recommed you check their soundcloud out!

In this episode I’ve also had the pleasure of including two guest mixes. First up Tony Goods, dj and producer from Seattle whose music ranges from rnb to trap, from hip hop to basslines. He’s opened gigs for names like Baauer, Kaytranada, Just Blaze, RL Grime, Araabmuzik, Rusko, Brenmar, Addison Groove or Reid Speed, and his tracks have hit the airplay on radios such as BCC 1Xtra, Rinse.FM, KEXP 90.3 FM.

The second guest mix, still focused on american bass music, is by a name that’s quite popular in my homecountry. I am talking about The Lumberjack. His first remix of Gabriel – “Lamb” has been shared by international blogs, as well as “Warloc” which has been released by Most Addictive Records and supported by American Colossus


Anche questa puntata è stata veramente speciale!
Intervista a Bad Royale e 2 guest mixes.
Ma non solo, ho approfittato della loro intervista anche per realizzare un mixato con tutte le loro tracce più famose, compresa la collaborazione con Diplo al remix di Look At My Dab, per farveli conoscere. Sono sicura che sentirete molto spesso parlare di loro in futuro.
Si sono esibiti al Control LA all’Avalon Hollywood due venerdì fa e le parole per descrivere il loro show sono superflue. Ho postato alcuni video sempre sul mio instagram (@rossellablinded).

Ho inoltre avuto modo di assistere anche alla serata con gli Slander allo Yost Theatre per l’Havoc.
Quando sono passati in Italia qualche mese fa ho avuto come la sensazione che in pochi li conoscessero e che fosse un progetto nato da poco, mentre qui mi sono dovuta ricredere: non si vedeva un evento così SOLD OUT da mesi e il loro djset è stato qualcosa di sensazionale. Vi consiglio di dare un’ascolto anche al loro soundcloud perché sono sicura che anche di loro sentire parlare molto presto!

Ho avuto anche il piacere di inserire in questa puntata due guest mix. Il primo è di Tony Goods, un dj e producer di Seattle che spazia dall’rnb alla trap, all’hiphop e alla bassline. Ha supportato nei loro djset artisti come Baauer, Kaytranada, Just Blaze, RL Grime, Araabmuzik, Rusko, Brenmar, Addison Groove e Reid Speed e le sue tracce sono state trasmesse da radio quali BCC 1Xtra, Rinse.FM, KEXP 90.3 FM.

Il secondo guest mix, incentrato sulla bass music americana, è di un’artista noto nel panorama della Bass Music nostrana: stiamo parlando di The Lumberjack. Il suo primo remix di “Lamb” di Gabriel – ha fatto il giro dei blog internazionali e non è stata da meno “Warloc” rilasciata da Most Addictive Records e supportata dal colosso americano Dustep del gruppo

Ecco il podcast della puntata:

Vi riporto qui la tracklist dei mix:

Bad Royale 15″ MIX by Rossella Blinded:
Migos / Look At My Dab (Diplo X Bad Royale Remix)
Bad Royale / Pop (Feat. Dominique Young Unique)
Bad Royale / Bounce With Me (Feat. Clinton Sky)
Bad Royale / Move Like
Bad Royale / Alarm
Bad Royale / Superman
Bad Royale / One Puff
Steve Aoki, Nervo & Tony Junior / Lightning Strikes (Bad Royale Remix)
Bad Royale / Don’t Forget (Feat. Ifa Sayo)
TWRK / Helicopter (Bad Royale Remix)
Alison Wonderland / Run (Bad Royale Remix)
Bad Royale / Tight (Feat. S’Vone)

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Mr Carmack / Simpler (Tony Goods Remix)
Upper x FXWRK / Not The One
Tony Goods / My Bae
Somepoe / Woodstate (Tony Goods Remix)
Tony Goods / Friends VIP
Future / Commas
Mojo Goro / Dissolved (Tony Goods Remix)
Champion / Take off Your Clothes ft Miss Fire
Zekezoid x Xanax Fan Club / My Neck My Back
Tony Goods & BLASTAH / Inna Fog
Beyoncé / Partition (Tony Goods Remix)
Tropkillaz / Que Passa Amigo
UZ / Trap Shit V22 (Craze Remix)
Tony Goods / Waiting Game

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Bommer / Hit em
GTA / Red Lips (Skrillex Remix)
Bear Grillz X Getter / Edm
Trollphace / Bounce
Badklaat / Riddim Tutorial
Tisoki X Spag Heddy / Forest Temple
Tisoki X Grabbitz / Pretty much LA
Must Die! / Neo tokyo
Jack U / Febreeze (Getter Remix)

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Pull Up: Grime Through The Eyes of Butterz – Documentario

Oggi FACTmagazine ci ha fatto un bel regalo..ENJOY :)

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Welcome to Bass Coast (literally)!

Episode #2 by Rossella Blinded


This Bass Coast episode hosts for the first time two interviews recorded by myself in LA, and the guests are Stooki Sound e Yultron. Both of them played at Big Blog Party at the Yost Theatre last week (Nov 25th), where we recorded the interviews. But that’s not all! Yultron has given us an exclusive premieres to play: his VIP mix of Get on Up for Jauz and Pegboard Nerds.

I have to say that only a few time I’ve had the chance to attend parties of such dimensions: 3 stages, more than 20 artists playing in a unique atmosphere. In the US it is “normal” to have such big parties, with big names playing one-after-the-other…quite different than what we are used to in Italy!
The event was practically sold out and it was organized by White Rabbit Group, one of the most important organizations in the LA area. Oh, did I mention also 12th Planet (with the whole Smog Records crew), UZ, Ookay, Ape Drums, Dubloadz, Athletixx and (surprise!) Getter and ETC! ETC! played at the venue!? I’ve had the chance to listen closely to most of the dj sets throughout the night and i can tell you that the American audience is incredibly warm, have a look at the video I’ve upload on my instagram profile.

I also attented other events, one of which was Control LA at Avalon Hollywood with Mayhem & Antiserum, Apashe, and Thugli. All shows were incredible, especially for the visual and for the stage effects. Avalon Hollywood is a historical venue of Los Angeles, but at the same time it is avantgarde. This event too was organized by White Rabbit Group with the collaboration of Giant and Whitelite Production.
Apashe amazed me with his energy in a Dubstep/Trap -Epic dj set; Mayhem & Antiserum dropped all their smashing hits and they attracted everyone to the dancefloor like magnets and in the middle of their djset Boombox Cartel magically appeared; Thugli closed the party with a Hip-Hop & Trap dj set, more old school than the others, yet fascinating.

Another cool event I went to was Sound Nightclub with Zeds Dead. The event hosted Astronomar and Lee Wells, and all the dj sets were mainly Bass House. Even Zeds Dead have imprinted most of their set onto this genre but obvioulsy their smashing hits weren’t missing and they “spoilt” us with not-less-than 20 mins set of pure Dubstep. Total love!

I will host another episode of Bass Coast before Xmas break, on Dec 16th at 8 pm (Italy Time / 11 am LA time) which will include an exclusive interview with Bad Royale who is going to play on Friday Dec 4th at Control LA at Avalon Hollywood.

I really want to thank White Rabbit Group, Rubix ManagementTrasparent Agency, Giant and Avalon Hollywood for making this episode possible.

You can find the podcast link below with the tracklist. I added a lot of new tracks and a 15 min mix by myself with the most famous Stooki Sound tracks and other 15min mix featured Yultron’s new unreleased track and some recent ones. You can’t miss out on this one!!


Questa puntata, per la prima volta, ha ospitato 2 artisti, Stooki Sound e Yultron. Entrambi si sono esibiti al Big Block Party allo Yost Theatre lo scorso 25 Novembre ed entrambi ci hanno rilasciato per l’occasione un’intervista. Ma non solo, Yultron ci ha anche dato la possibilità di avere in anteprima il suo remix esclusivo di Get On Up di Jauz e Pegboard Nerds.

Devo ammettere che poche volte ho avuto la possibilità di partecipare a serate di questo tipo: 3 palchi, oltre 20 artisti in un’atmosfera unica. Gli americani sono abituati così, se proprio devono organizzare un party non si fanno mancare una fila di guest importanti.
L’evento era quasi sold out, ogni sala era colma ed è stato organizzato dal White Rabbit Group, una delle organizzazioni più importanti a Los Angeles. Si sono anche esibiti 12th Planet (con tutta la Smog al completo), Getter e ETC! ETC! con un suo dj set a sorpresa, UZ, Ookay, Ape Drums, Aazar, Dubloadz, il collettivo Athletixx e tanti altri.
Ho avuto modo di ascoltare la maggior parte dei djset e vi dico che il pubblico americano è un qualcosa di unico, potete vedere le loro reazioni nei video che ho caricato sul mio profilo instagram!

Ho partecipato anche ad altri eventi, uno di questi è stato il Control LA all’Avalon Hollywood con Mayhem & Antiserum, Apashe, e Thugli. Sono stati show indescrivibili, tutti con visual ed effetti mai visti. L’Avalon è un locale storico di Los Angeles, ma allo stesso tempo all’avanguardia per questo motivo si presta anche ai live visual. Anche questo evento è stato organizzato dal White Rabbit Group con la collaborazione di Giant e Whitelite Production.
Apashe mi ha stupito con un djset a metà tra la Dubstep e l’Epic Trap, i Mayhem & Antiserum hanno suonato tutti i loro cavalli di battaglia che hanno trascinato in pista chiunque e durante il set è magicamente apparso Boombox Cartel, mentre i Thugli hanno chiuso la serata con Hip-hop e Trap in un djset molto più old school rispetto agli altri.

Ho partecipato anche alla serata al Sound Nightclub con gli Zeds Dead, l’evento ha avuto come ospiti anche Astronomar e Lee Wells e tutti i djset sono stati principalmente Bass House. Anche gli Zeds Dead hanno improntato la maggior parte del loro djset su questo genere ma chiaramente non sono mancati i loro singoli più importanti e altrettanti 20 minuti di pura Dubstep.

A dicembre ci sarà un’ulteriore puntata e sarà mercoledì 16 alle 20 e ci sarà un’intervista ai Bad Royale che si esibiranno venerdì 4 Dicembre, sempre al Control LA all’Avalon Hollywood!

Ci tengo a ringraziare il White Rabbit Group, Rubix Management, Trasparent Agency, Giant  e l’Avalon Hollywood per aver reso possibile questa puntata.

Trovate qui il podcast e la tracklist della puntata, ho inserito diverse nuove tracce e un mixato di 15 min con le tracce più famose degli Stooki Sound e troverete nel mix di Yultron la sua unreleased track in esclusiva per Bass Coast.



LAXX X Brillz / Destruction (Original Mix)
NGHTMRE X Boombox Cartel / Aftershock (Original Mix)
Mayhem & Antiserum / MPR (Original Mix)
(Zeds Dead Remix)
Mayhem & Antiserum / Shelter (Feat. Bulletproof) (Original Mix)
Mayhem & Antiserum / Breaking In (Feat. MACTurnUp) (Original Mix)
Mayhem & Antiserum / Brick Squad (VIP Mix)
Flosstradamus X NGHTMRE / Lighters Up (Original Mix)

Stooki Sound X Mr. Carmack / Uppers
Stooki Sound Mr. Carmack / Uppers (QUIX Remix)
Missy Elliot / Work It (Stooki Sound Remix)
Stooki Sound X TroyBoi / Welcome To London W2L
Stooki Sound / Bring Em Out
Stooki Sound / Shut Up
Stooki Sound / Lagoon
Hucci X Stooki Sound / Ball So Hard
Stooki Sound / Talkin’ About (Shup Up VIP)
Stooki Sound & Regulators / Flex (Original Mix)
Melanie Martinez / Soap (Stooki Sound Remix)


Dillon Francis X KSHMR / Clouds (Yultron & høpSteady Remix)
EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Jauz X Pegboards Nerd / Get On Up (Yultron VIP Mix)
Justin Bieber / What Do You Mean (Yultron Remix)
Fetty Wap / Trap Queen (Yultron X B-Sides Remix)
Lana Del Rey / High By The Beach (Yultron Remix)
Yultron X Marty Baller / The Huxtables (Original Mix)


w/ Stooki Sound just after the interview

w/ Stooki Sound just after the interview

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LIL’ SALT presents LAME

Cosa c’è di più underground di uno scantinato?

LIL’ SALT colpisce ancora, questa volta lo fa con due ospiti italianissimi, SUPERTEARS e TESS, oltre ai suoi resident djs HVNT e KAISHI.



Nello scantinato del palazzo di via Vetere, 9 – Milano.

Ah, c’è anche la DESPE!


Weird Club Milan #2 // Faze Miyake (Uk, Rinse)



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