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Eptic Streamed Insane Set From Rampage Live on Facebook [WATCH]

Rampage is the biggest drum and bass and dubstep party in the world, taking place each year at the SportPaleis Antwerpen in Belgium. Designed for marathon dancers, Rampage begins at 7:30m pm and keeps the walls shaking with shattering bass and a sea full of ravers until 6 in the morning.

This year, we were able to see a glimpse of this crazy event through the eyes of young dubstep producer, Eptic. He posted a live video of his performance and very element of this party looks INSANE. The light production is out of the world, with not only lights at the front of the stage, but surrounding the crowd on both sides. Eptic threw down a crazy 45-minute set that he streamed live for those of us who couldn’t make it to Belgium to experience the high-octane performance in person. Eptic is receiving nothing but love and congratulations on social media comments for dropping this high energy, truly epic set and sharing it with the rest of the world.

Eptic is a 23-year-old Belgium native electronic artist that started producing music all the way back in 2011. After changing record companies, he dove deeper in to Dubstep with his two EP releases, Like a Boss EP and Slime City EP. These two extended playlists got tons of recognition from the industry, appearing on multiple releases from well-established labels Ministry of Sound and Never Say Die Records. The title track from 'Like a Boss' held a spot on Beatport’s top 5 for several weeks in a row.

He has now established himself as one of the brightest and most evolving talents in bass music. This self-described “Overlord” will only get a short break following his Rampage performance to prepare for his upcoming U.S. tour, The Hyper Future Tour. This tour will be starting in Gainesville, FL on March 16th and concluding in San Francisco in May. If it’s anything like his performance at Rampage, there’s a 100% chance of rowdy mosh pits and intense head banging. Grab your tickets at hyperfuturetour.com!

Cover photo courtesy of Rampage