5 Bass Acts You Can’t Miss at EDC Las Vegas

Electric Daisy Carnival returns to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway June 17-19. Just as EDC has done in past years, the lineup provides the best of every facet of electronic music. From the bassPOD to the kineticFIELD to the neonGarden, attendees will be able to experience the best of electronic music, stage visuals, carnival rides and art installations. Here we have our 5 must see bass music acts for EDC Las Vegas.



LA based future house producer and Icon Collective graduate Jauz has taken the electronic music scene by storm since emerging on the scene 2 years ago. He has already worked with the likes of Skrillex and Diplo and seems to always be touring. His EDC set is sure to keep you on your feet the whole time.

When / Where:  Friday, June 17 at 10:45pm – Kinetic Field Stage



12th Planet is a Los Angeles based dubstep and drum & bass producer / DJ. He has collaborated with artists such as Skrillex and Datsik and is the head of SMOG Records which has released bass music from artists such as Dubloadz, Antiserum, and Flinch.

When / Where:  Friday, June 17 at 11:00pm – BassPod Stage



Get ready for the b2b of the century. First we have Trollphace, who has gained a cult-like following due to the technicality of his production and live sets. He also has collaborated with Skrillex and done remix work for the OWSLA founder. Next up we have P0gman, a longtime Dubstep OG known for his “wonk” sound. He has had releases on Smog, Never Say Die, and Uplink Audio as well as on his own label I.AM.Audio.

When / Where:  Saturday, June 18 at 9:30pm – BassPod Stage



Funtcase is a dubstep and drum & bass producer and DJ from England. He is known for performing his energetic live shows in the old Cyberman mask from the cult tv show Dr. Who. Make sure to catch his dark and heavy set at EDC.

When / Where:  Sunday, June 19 at 2:30am – BassPod Stage



Cookie Monsta is a UK Dubstep legend. He is part of Doctor P and Flux Pavilion’s Circus Records and is known for explosive live sets. He released his Wobble EP two months ago and the tracks do not disappoint. His set will be a weekend must-see.

When / Where:  Sunday, June 19 at 2:30am – BassPod Stage