Find Bass Filled Refuge At Brooklyn’s Winter Sermon
2017 is shaping up to be a year full of incredible music. Genres are melting away and in today’s electronic music landscape artists are pushing the boundaries of sonic innovation to the limits. One event that is championing this innovative spirit is the Brooklyn Sermon, which will be returning to an unknown Brooklyn Warehouse on January 21. Known as a fertile environment for like-minded music lovers to come together and appreciate the best in low-end bass music, the Brooklyn Sermon is lauded as one of the most authentic examples of the New York electronic scene and with the lineup they are bringing it is easy to see why. For the winter installment of the Sermon, Space Jesus and Freddy Todd, two of the bass scene’s most notorious names, will be teaming up to bring us their deranged new project Guccimen. That won’t be the only must-see twosome at this classic New York rave, with The Widdler and Thelem joining forces for a blistering b2b set. Filling out this ridiculous roster of acts will be Shlump, Conrank, Proko, Toadface, and IX. Trust me if you are a true bass music enthusiast then there is only one place that you need to be on January 21, and that’s at the Winter Sermon.
What sets the Winter Sermon apart from all the other electronic events in the city, is its track record for being an event dedicated to crafting proper vibes. When it comes to attracting the best crowd, the dopest artists and creating a truly underground experience, the Winter Sermon is unrivaled. Hosted by Honeycomb and with the sound system provided by Tsunami Bass, the Winter Sermon is going to be the first truly exceptional New York show of the year.
Check out some of this motley crew’s dopest tracks from the Winter Sermon Artists below: