Keep Hush x Bass Coast

The UK-based streaming platform Keep Hush will record two days of live sets at the Cantina stage, highlighting trailblazing artists from around the world. Get to know the Keep Hush artists below. 


AyeshaAyesha is a Brooklyn-based artist whose tactile club productions trace an arc across techno, bass, and diasporic influences with devastating results.

Greazus:  GREAZUS’ musical output is a blend of many influences, including Jungle, Drum & Bass, Detroit Electro, Grime and Footwork. Boasting releases on top labels like Hospital Recordings, Exit, Tru Thoughts and Critical, plus underground heavyweights Diffrent, Vandal and Defrostatica including their own imprint, Aufect. 

Jay Carder: Jay Carder’s unique blend of UK bass, techno and breaks has seen her come into her own in 2022, with sell-out headline shows in the UK and further afield in India and Istanbul; as well as debut sets at Glastonbury, Gottwood, Westival and London’s Fold. 

John Rolodex: John Rolodex is a Drum & Bass artist from Edmonton, Canada. Now at the apex of a twenty-five year career releasing music on acclaimed labels, he's considered one of the trailblazers of the genre in North America.

The Librarian: Andrea Graham, better known by her stage name The Librarian, is a celebrated DJ, producer, and curator. She is the co-founder and music director of Bass Coast Music Festival – known internationally for its forward thinking music programming and installation art – and is widely considered one of bass music's leading creative minds and tastemakers.

Black LoopsRiccardo aka Black Loops has built himself a solid reputation as one of House music’s most creative and progressive producers. Recognizing his momentum and high-quality releases, Traxsource named Black Loops #1 Deep House Artist of 2017.
Gene Tellem:  Whether she's taking center stage as a DJ or working in the studio, Gene Tellem communicates her interpretation of house and techno with soul and playfulness, intuitively balancing the intellectual and the physical. Her productions are usually born out of the imagination and energy associated with electronic music events. 
Nala:  Hailing from the vibrant city of Miami, Nala got her start playing popular electronic clubs and festivals where she developed a reputation as an impeccable tastemaker. Her knowledge of house, indie dance, electro, and breaks, as well as her ability to add live vocals have made her a standout performer in the current field of house producers.
Under the Priori moniker, Québecois musician Francis Latreille has established himself as a crucial voice in underground techno.

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