NGHTMRE and SLANDER have been a manufacturing energy trio for years now. The bass-brandishing artists are actually siphoning their music-making relationship, hallmarked by earth-rumbling tracks just like the 2015 “Gud Vibrations,” into their very personal document label: the fittingly titled, Gud Vibrations.
The label heads introduced WAVEDASH onstage at their liberally attended Lost Lands efficiency to announce that the latter can be the primary to formally launch on their new imprint. A Texan trio with a penchant for deep dub, WAVEDASH took to Facebook to announce their first launch would be the inaugural “Opening Ceremony.” WAVEDASH aren’t any foreigners to the digital forefront, having appeared on higher echelon housings like OWSLA for “Bang” and Mad Decent for his or her collaborative monitor, “Grave,” with none aside from NGHTMRE.
Aside from being nice buddies, NGHTMRE and SLANDER are serial collaborators within the studio. Outside the workroom, the now-omnipresent entities have launched into a world tour collectively, not too long ago saying one other below the the Gud Vibrations masthead. With such a prolific relationship on their odometers, there’s little doubt the triangular expertise will probably be struggling any unity points as they launch this new endeavor.