Stepping up for our 67th instalment of our UKBMix series is Kameron. Having had many past successes producing dubstep under his ‘Reamz‘ alias, he is now turning his attention to his new alias and this mix showcases a number of producers who have influenced and worked with Kameron.
With a slew of previous releases on Bacon Dubs and a forthcoming vinyl release locked in, there seems to be no stopping this versatile artist.
When we caught up with Kameron and this is what he said…
“When I first started putting this mix together, I tried to curate a tracklist, like many DJs, that showed off how many bangers I’d been receiving over the last few months. However after many, many revisions, I instead started trying to showcase the producers that I either respect or have been working closely with recently. Guys like Hedchef, Pluralist & 9TRANE (to name a few), have really helped me in forging a sound for this project. They continue to amaze and inspire me with every new track I hear. The final product really shows the sonic palette I’m looking for with this new Kameron alias. A mixture of dubstep, techno, garage, etc, all combined under a dark, moody ambience. There’s also a couple of brand new bits from myself. I hope you enjoy the journey.”
Biggest influence on your music?
Metalcore breakdowns (only thing that gives me a bass face, apart from bass)
Last track you listened to?
Twelve Foot Ninja – Sick
What track do you wish you’d made?
Kryptic Minds – Six Degrees.
Your dream collab would be with?
Favourite piece of music kit?
My Yamaha Reface CS. One hell of a synth in a tiny box.
Last album you listened to start to finish?
Heart Of A Coward – The Disconnect
Favourite record label?
Favourite crisps? Or your favourite lockdown snack?
Pickled Onion Monster Munch… obviously.
Lara started out at the age of 16 as a blogger, setting up her own platform, MakeItGood which ran for 5 years, featuring mixes and interviews with Dubstep artists in collaboration with FatKidOnFire.
“With over 6 years experience working in music promotion, I feel so glad to be running UKBM again, creating more space for new comers and talented artists. It’s amazing to be able to promote and support Bass culture!”