Bass Craft and BZ Release New Single On Warpaint Records



After finding success with his freshman EP “Blast Off” and its chart-topping lead single “SUP,” Bass Craft is making a not-so-quiet return to the scene. The New Jersey-native is staking his claim in the bass music world with his third original “Get Fucked,” out now on Warpaint Records. Featuring the gravelly vocals ofBZ, Bass Craft’s latest release is a grimy, metal-influenced, dubstep anthem that is bound to blow out the speakers of festival mainstages.
Bass Craft is an up-and-coming producer from New Jersey who is recognized for his ability to tackle a wide variety of electronic sounds and styles. He never fails to show his audiences what it truly means to “rage out” as he always delivers explosive performances, which he creates through customized launchpads and controllers. He’s been featured on top music blogs including Your EDM,ThisSongSlaps, Trapstyle, MACA, Audio Frost and many more. He has also shared the stage with international acts such as Funtcase, Cookie Monsta,Matthew Koma, The Disco Fries, Mt. Eden, Choppa Dunks, AU5, Zardonic,Digital Lab, Space Race, and Blvksheep. Fans and audiences can look forward to a string of collosal releases from Bass Craft in 2017.
About Warpaint Records:
Founded in 2015 by brothers Kris and Jeffrey Ware, and later joining forces with good friend John Mullinix, the three collaborated on a single vision – to create a space where artists can work together using their own unique talents and overcome an over-saturated music realm. The label enters its third year with a rolodex of accomplishments under its belt. Finding success with English Lit’s ‘Neverland‘ EP, the release made it’s way to #1 on Beatport’s Dubstep chart and #17 overall. Bass Craft’s ‘Blast Off‘ EP also made it to the top of the Beatport charts landing at #8 in both the Dubstep and Electro House charts. In combination, Warpaint Records saw 8 releases and 22 singles chart for the combined total in just half a year. Matt Kali’s label release “Don’t Make Me” went viral on Spotify, accumulating over 100k plays in 3 weeks. Most recently,Purporangejuice’s “Lotus” went viral on Spotify, garnering over 120K plays in a week and making its way onto 5 Spotify charts. The label has also found support from high-profile names such as 12th PlanetLumberjvckKai Wachi, and more.
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