In case you slept on the 2019 edition of Lost Lands and missed EDM.com's review, the festival was the biggest monument to bass music it's ever been. Those unable to attend can now experience a glimpse of it after the fact, as the gathering's brainchild, Excision, has shared a video of his two-hour performance.
In keeping with tradition, Excision (real name Jeff Abel) performed for two hours on the first evening of the festival. Following a brand-new intro, his set was studded with hits like his Wooli collaboration, "Evolution;" Slushii's "WATCH YO BACK" and Abel's own "Die For You" featuring Akylla.
Abel forged his path with a sound that raised the bar on heavy dubstep when the genre broke through in 2010-2011. He's cemented himself even further as a figurehead by bringing countless artists up with him along the way. 2019 alone saw him release a collaborative EP with Dion Timmer and another with Wooli. Even his Lost Lands performance is a testament to that, as it included relatively few of his own original singles.
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Abel will resume touring with a performance at Escape: Psycho Circus in San Bernardino, California on October 25th.