ECAAPS Lights Up Speakers with a Heavy Bass Mix

ECAAPS

San Diego-based artist ECAAPS is a fresh face on the scene, but don’t let that fool you because she throws down some massive tunes in her sets!


If there’s one thing that’s been for certain over the past few months, it’s been that the bass music is absolutely thriving with some fresh faces and established artists throwing down some massive beats and stunning livestreams. As these artists continue to push the boundaries with their bass-heavy sounds, our ears have been drawn to the next wave who will be dominating the decks and ECAAPS is one to watch.

Based out of sunny San Diego, ECAAPS might be one of the latest dubstep artists to break onto the scene but she’s already showing signs of greatness. In fact, her two recent tunes with Graphic Wonder, “Lose Me” and “Eyes Don’t Lie” show off her abilities to go hard in the paint with some heavy wubs but uplift listeners with future bass stylings as well.

Related: Looking for more mixes to immerse yourself in? Check out the other artists who have been featured in the past!

Over the past few months, she’s been a powerhouse on the livestream front with multiple appearances during Baked Up’s showcases and even curated her very own called Space Vibrations to celebrate her birthday in the best way possible during the pandemic. Now, ECAAPS has added more fuel to the fire this summer with a special mix that will have you getting lost in your emotions and headbanging away in no time at all.

So what are you waiting for? Grab your makeshift rail and press play on the mix below to get lost in the sounds from ECAAPS. Don’t forget to follow her on socials for the latest livestream announcements of where she’ll be playing next!


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