12th Planet Antiserum’s “Bass Salt” Premieres on RollingStone.com


[CENTER][B]12th Planet & Antiserum’s “Bass Salt” Premieres on RollingStone.com
from the ‘SMOG CITY’ Compilation

Released via iTunes Pre-order October 16
Full Digital Release October 30

[B]“Bass Salt” – 12th Planet & Antiserum – Free Download at RollingStone.com[/B]





[FONT=arial]With its first track “Bass Salt” by 12th Planet & Antiserum recently premiering on RollingStone.com (FREE DOWNLOAD), the highly anticipated ‘SMOG CITY’ compilation comes out October 16 via iTunes pre-order and on full digital release on October 30th. The first label compilation from the influential SMOG Records, ‘SMOG CITY’ features 9 exclusive, original tracks by 12th Planet, Flinch, Antiserum, SPL, Noah D, The Juggernaut, Kelly Dean, Bare, and Djyuna.

‘SMOG City’ is a culmination of five years of my record label SMOG making noise in dubstep. It started in downtown LA, where we still live and work with the same homies. It’s been awesome to see it blow up across North America,” John Dadzie, a.k.a. 12th Planet, told Rolling Stone. “When you listen to this compilation, its a mix of traditional dubstep, trap, and new-school dubstep all laced with the underground SMOG vibe. We’re still evolving with new and old sounds but the one thing constant is lots of bass!

SMOG is one of the founding brands in the North American dubstep and bass music movement. Originally an event production company based in Los Angeles, SMOG has expanded into a record label, artist development hub, and lifestyle brand. With frontman 12th Planet and artists such as Flinch, Antiserum, SPL, Noah D, Kelly Dean and DLX at the helm of the label, they’ve released collaborations with some of the genre’s biggest names such as Skrillex, Kill The Noise, Datsik, Doctor P, Distance, Excision, and Plastician.

On October 30, 2012, SMOG releases the highly anticipated ‘SMOG CITY,’ a 9-track compilation representing the label’s history with dubstep as well as its continuous evolution in the sounds of bass music. ‘SMOG City’ pre-order is available exclusively on iTunes at http://bit.ly/SmogCity_iTunes

There was American dubstep before the Los Angeles producer John “12th Planet” Dadzie launched his local party SMOG, but nothing set the tone for domestic bass culture quite like this Planet’s orbit.” — SPIN

SMOG is…one of the cornerstones of American dubstep.” — Mixmag (UK)

SMOG pretty much brought dubstep to the U.S. and to North America.” — Skrillex

‘SMOG CITY’ Tracklist

1 12th Planet & Antiserum “Bass Salt”
2 SPL “Close To You”
3 Flinch “Up All Night”
4 The Juggernaut “Nudrobe”
5 Noah D “Diamond Heights”
6 Kelly Dean “Papparazzi”
7 Flinch & Bare “Artform”
8 SPL “H.A.M.”
9 Antiserum & Djunya “Soul Gravy”


[COLOR=#222222][FONT=arial]Oct 17 Saskatoon, Canada @ Tequila (Dada Life tour)

Oct 18 Calgary, Canada @ Flames Central (Dada Life tour)
Oct 19 New York, NY @ Webster Hall (AM Only CMJ showcase)
Oct 20 Edmonton, Canada @ Edmonton Events Center (Dada Life tour)
Oct 22 Kamloops, Canada @ Cactus Jack’s (Dada Life tour)
Oct 23 Kelowna, Canada @ Level (Dada Life tour)
Oct 24 Victoria, Canada @ Sugar Nightclub (Dada Life tour)
Oct 25 Vancouver, Canada @ Commodore Ballroom (Dada Life tour)
Oct 26 Austin, TX @ Emo’s (with Zedd)
Oct 27 Nashville, TN @ City Waterfront (With Your Friends Fest)
Oct 28 Chico, CA @ Senator Theater (Dada Life tour)
Oct 29 Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theatre (Dada Life tour)
Oct 31 Virginia Beach, VA @ Peabody’s

Nov 24 Phoenix, AZ @ Club Stratus

Dec 15 Chicago, IL @ Congress Theater (with Steve Aoki)
Dec 18 Monterrey MX @ Foro Coors
Dec 20 Mexico City MX @ Expo Bancomer
Dec 21 Piramides de Cholula. Puebla MX @ Piramides de Cholula
Dec 22 Guadalajara MX @ Foro Alterno
Dec 28 Denver, CO @ Beta
Dec 31 Dallas, TX @ Lights All Night Festival

Jan 3 Ft Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live
Jan 4 Holy Ship

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