Excision’s Couch Lands Episode 2 Lineup & Schedule [Watch Inside]

Lost Lands Music Festival 2019
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After a successful debut episode of Couch Lands, Excision is delivering the heat with the second in the series featuring Herobust, Wooli, and more!

Even in the face of the pandemic the bass music community has continued to find new ways to thrive and further dominate the dance music space with the emergence of livestreams and virtual festivals. As one of the biggest artists in the scene, Excision has played a huge role in that on Twitch by hosting a Couch Lands virtual festival while also transitioning it into a series featuring fresh sets as well.

Back in May, Headbangers were treated to the debut episode of Couch Lands Virtual Stage series and now the second episode has been announced with a fantastic lineup. Set to take place on July 11 and starting at 2pm PDT, bass music lovers will be able to catch the stylings of artists including Blunts & Blondes, Dirtyphonics, Herobust, and Wooli.

Related: Looking for more insight into what Lost Lands is all about? Read our review from 2019 or check out the livesets to get a taste of what the festival is like!

But don’t think that the lineup ends with just those artists, because it’s jam-packed with others that include Champagne Drip, Kompany, Vampa, ZIA, and SweetTooth who will surely be throwing down some serious heaters as well. This curated livestream will be one that any dubstep lover should be tuning into, so make sure to mark your calendars and get your rave caves ready!

Follow Lost Lands on Twitch to be notified when they go live, check out the schedule below, and drop a comment with the set you’re most excited for!

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Couch Lands Episode 2 Schedule

Couch Lands Virtual Stage Episode 2 Lineup:

Couch Lands Episode 2 Lineup

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