The Boomin Bass Machine is a Kaleidoscope of music as colourful as the artwork itself, imagine Daft Punk, Cedric Gervais, Katy Perry, Drake, Steve Aoki, Run Dmc, Martin Garrix, W&W, DeadMau5, Stardust, Tiesto, Afrojack, Chuckie & more all mixed into 70 plus minutes of aural adventure which is engineered by the young and talented Producer/Dj Big Steve Gee. This is festival ready, 2086 takes you from the the funky house driven sounds of Purple Disco Machine & Timmy Trumpet to Junxter Jack & Chuckie before amping you up with Steve Aoki & R3Hab.
When Playing 2086 the listener will become familiar with old & New Music that is mixed seamlessly from start to finish and before they even notice the ride is over. Built on emotion with the skills of super dj Big Steve Gee you suddenly get the feeling your in Ibiza at Pacha then Hakksan in Las Vegas and the next minute your in the middle of 300,000 people at Ultra Music festival, Electric Daisy Carnival or Even in Belgium. Steve's Precise mixing ability will have you not even noticing theres 2,3 or even 4 tracks in 1.
Born in Las Vegas it was a wonder if the 2086 theory would have Worked, After The Mix Machine hit 130,000+ everything was set, The Boomin Bass Machine was born & taken one step further giving you that ultimate experience that has been experienced personally by Big Steve Gee.
Each 2086 is dedicated to a different Music Industry mover and shaker who has been able to retain his or her revelency behind the scenes in the music industry longer than two decades. 1st was Mike Caren the president of Urban Music at Atlantic Records. 2nd Was Michael 'Blue' Williams who has managed industry greats like Outkast & involved with Diddy, Mariah Carey & more that has amassed 50 million+ records sold. And the Third is Dedicated to Steve Rifkind a man who is according to XXL Magazine responsible for breaking some of Hip Hop's biggest artists in 25 plus years in the business & has now joined forces with Russell Simmons & Director Brian Robbins to make ALL DEF MUSIC.
'The future of mix tapes. And the future, as in life itself, is based on the past. Full circle my friend, full circle.' - Wendy Day
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