Rampage Plays Host to the Biggest Bass Music Party on the Planet
When DJ Murdock assembled Rampage for the first time six years ago, he probably never dreamed that it would grow this much in popularity. The renowned DnB and dubstep party - not a festival - has become a cornerstone of the underground bass music scene and it's easy to see why. Between an unbelievably lavish indoor setup and a lineup that consistently boasts some of the dopest acts in the industry, Rampage has clearly distinguished itself as a leader in live EDM performances.
After getting his feet wet with projects focusing on Breakdown and Radar parties, Murdock was fully prepared to take things to the next level. Originally housed in Antwerp's Trix Music Center, Rampage has now migrated to a much larger arena-style venue (Sportpaleis) in an attempt to accommodate all of its patrons. With names like Chase & Status, Flux Pavilion, Sub Focus, Sigma, Brookes Brothers, DJ Friction, and TC contributing to previous billings, it was fairly obvious that 2015 would follow suit. In order to give yourself a general idea of just how rowdy the Belgian bass party got this year, take a peek at the electrifying video recap below.
Whether it was DJ Murdock's high-energy DnB set, Noisia's complete and utter aural assault on the entire audience, or a never-before-seen b2b session between FuntCase and Eptic, this year had it all. Additional b2b action from P0gman and 50 Carrot, as well as Maduk and NCT also received a considerable amount of compliments from all guests in attendance. Drawing visitors from up to 30 different countries, this sold-out celebration showcased a truly unrivaled environment once again.
Nobody knows for sure what the future of this event holds, but if the past is any indicator, you can expect everything to be bigger, better, and brighter in 2016. Until then, you would be wise to rummage through past years of Rampage footage and catch up on any of the musical madness that you might've missed.