M.O.B Spins a Bassline Mix to Kick Off the Winter Season

M.O.B Master of Bassline

UK-based artist M.O.B (Master Of Bassline) is bringing some heat with a fresh mix that will keep you warm throughout the long, cold winter season.


If you’ve been on the hunt for the perfect mix to get down and dirty to during the holidays or the rest of the winter, stop right here because the Master Of Bassline, better known as M.O.B has the one for you! Clocking in at an hour and a half, M.O.B.’s mix features a bevy of tracks in the realm of house music that will surely get your feet moving in no time.

In fact, the mix that M.O.B has gifted us with is a reflection of the diverse influences that have inspired him on his path as an artist. Born in Moldova, he’s spent his life living in different places throughout Europe and has embraced the range of genres that each brought with them. Whether it was Dirty Dutch and moombah sounds while in Holland or diving into the realms of dubstep and bassline while residing in his current home in the United Kingdom, all can be heard in his unique style.

This year also brought some quality releases from M.O.B as he dropped a solid remix of Antdadope’s “Make You” and ended the summer with the release of “Big Brother” on OFDM Records. Additionally, he’s smashed the house at Bongo Club in Edinburgh throughout 2019 and dominated the decks at Woodland Dance Project in September as well.

Take a listen to his guest mix below and get ready for some big things to come from M.O.B in 2020 and beyond!


Stream EDMID Winter Waveforms 2020 || M.O.B. (Master Of Bassline):


“This mix is full of unique sounding, banging house music, taken from a plethora of sub genres such as Tech house, Bassline House, UK House and Bass House. House music is one of my favourite genres, so I have tried to showcase the versatility and range of the genre and how it can all be mixed together.”

– M.O.B


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