Featuring some of the heaviest hitters in the game, Abel has proven once again why he's not only a fan-favorite producer but a favored tastemaker as well. This year's compilation includes plenty of Abel's original tracks alongside tunes from well-established artists such as Dion Timmer, Wooli, Crankdat, Riot Ten, and Monxx. Abel also did his fair share of crate-digging, as he showed some love to a handful of up-and-comers like Hairitage, Detrace and Sora, Predakore, and Blvk Sheep. The Lost Lands 2019 mix clocks in at just under 2 hours, giving listeners more than enough time to break their necks.
QUIX Enlists Cyclops and Crooked Bangs for Intricate Trap Anthem, “Pompeii”
The New Zealand DJ and producer has returned in a massive way!
Zedd Reveals One-Time-Only "Clarity" Ten Year Anniversary Performance in San Francisco
At the special event, Zedd will play every track from his 2012 debut album.
Set Times and Special GRiZ Performance Announced for Movement 2022
The Detroit festival will feature performances from Jeff Mills, The Martinez Brothers, Carl Craig, Maya Jane Coles, Flying Lotus, Chris Lake, and more.
With a career spanning over a decade, Abel has solidified his place as one of bass music's most influential acts. Last year, he released his fourth studio album Apex and followed up with a remix album earlier this year. Abel plans to debut his brand new stage production called "The Evolution" at The Thunderdome in January.