Bell Curve Brings the Bass in Dirtybird Campout West 2018 Mix Series

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Although the summer vibes are still in full swing, we’ve begun to tune our ears to the sounds that will soon come from Dirtybird Campout West this year with a sick mix from Bell Curve!


If you haven’t started digging into the lineup for Dirtybird Campout West 2018, then you best start your journey because there is a lot to listen to ahead of the event! This jampacked lineup is set to plenty of house music sounds that will be keeping crowds dancing away, but it is the booming bass coming from the Bass Lodge that we’re exploring today with this sick mix from Bell Curve.

Co-Founder of Worst Behavior Records with fellow bass artist Anna Morgan, both have been pushing the boundaries of bass music while also throwing some sick parties as well. Recently releasing tracks like “Good Vibes Only” and “Interlinked”, it is clear that Bell Curve is leading the charge with the next wave of quality beats close behind her, you won’t want to miss her set this year!

Featuring 44 bass-fueled tracks that range from her original tunes like “FWM” and “Bird Dance”, along with G Jones, Skepta, Sully, and more, this mix is one that you’ll definitely be listening to from start to finish. The highly curated tracks in this set show off Bell’s abilities as a true selector, so make sure you strap yourself in because she’ll be taking you on quite the ride with this mix!

Tune in to Bell Curve’s Dirtybird Campout West mix below, let us know what your thoughts are on her style behind the decks, and grab your tickets to the festival today via Eventbrite!


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Tracklist:

  1. Bell Curve – Interlinked
  2. Noh Vae – Shaka
  3. Proc Fiscal – Who Can’t Hear
  4. Konga – Die Die Riddim (Bell Curve Remix)
  5. Itoa – You’re the One For Me
  6. Supb Yao – Work (bastiengoat remix)
  7. dBridge, Kabuki, Addison Groove – Dot Hot
  8. Bell Curve – Clothes She Wears (Vibrations)
  9. Bell Curve – FWM
  10. Stranjah – Muerte 808
  11. Bell Curve – Bird Dance
  12. Danny Scrilla & Kromestar – Hive
  13. Redders – No Go (prod Sam Binga & Hyroglifics)
  14. (soon) – Lunar Twist
  15. Samurai Breaks, Dyrekt – Deep N Fast You Know
  16. Skeptical – Freudian Slip
  17. A.Fruit – mybeatlow
  18. Equiknoxx – Last of the Mohicans
  19. Ilk – Space Dub
  20. Thast & Zora Jones – Out Da Kitchen
  21. E3 and Alter Echo – Call Mi Name
  22. DJ PLEAD – M11
  23. Bushido – Gaze Evade
  24. Luke Vibert – 107 Acid
  25. Esa – Blast (feat. Narch Beats & Pendo Zawose)
  26. These Evil Streets – Flames
  27. Ikonika x 45Diboss – Ahright Den
  28. KYO – S14
  29. Corticyte – Modulate
  30. Sully – Let you
  31. Walton – Vectors
  32. Bell Curve – Memory Dropbox
  33. Pearson Sound – Starburst
  34. Cygnus – Iaaafos Blank Mix (TEXTASY Dance Floor Dub)
  35. Bushido – Through The Glass
  36. TMSV – Delet This
  37. Rico Nasty – Trust Issues
  38. DINAMARCA – Holy
  39. Special Request – Simulation
  40. L U C Y – Moths
  41. Skepta – Detox (feat. BBK)
  42. Bell Curve – That 808
  43. Batu – Flash React
  44. G Jones – Help! I Can’t Find My Way Out

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