We are 5 months into the year and already 2020 has to be classed as one of the most eventful years in recent history. With everything that is happening in the world, DoBadlyy are trying to get your attention away from everything that is happening for just a brief moment as they launched their brand new radio show ‘Bad Radio’. Inviting multiple guests from within the electronic dance music scene, DoBadlyy have succeeded in spreading good vibes and even better mixes with their recent episodes.
Consisting of producers Michael and Joseph, Dobadlyy have been making waves across the online dance scene with their eclectic and raw productions. With these two artists hailing from different spectrums of the electronic dance music world and having many years of experience under their belts, coming together and collaborating to bring massive tunes has become second nature to them. Combining elements of g-house, tech house, and experimenting a bit more with the darker side of house music, Dobadlyy is a project that shows promise of hitting the festival and club circuits in the near future.
Sabrina Bravo, better known by her stage name BLZBO, is a local DJ and producer without limitation. South American born and now currently located in Vancouver, she has broken down barriers in the hybrid-trap scene with her innovative and dynamic productions. BLZBO stands for more than just music, promoting a positive mentality, confidence, and equality. Her motto preaches “its okay to be who you are, don’t change for anybody.”
Taking control of the first 30 minutes, Dobadlyy showcases their signature speaker breaking heavy bass style with perfect track selection and seamless, creative transitions. As if the first 30 minutes couldn’t get any better, they are followed up with BLZBO‘s guest mix as she takes us home. More heavy bass music is on show here as BLZBO shows off her skills behind the decks. With two killer mixes, this 60 minute upload is sure to please anyone who is addicted to heavy, hard-hitting electronic music.
Stream this mix below.