Nothing could keep the bassheads from swarming the bassPOD in droves as soon as gates were open to close out the final day of the marathon that is EDC Las Vegas 2016, not even triple digit heat that scorched through the Speedway well into the night. Opening things up proper, Bassrush resident Fury got the earliest Headliners rockin with energetic jungle beats that left the crowd hungry for more.
Trailing the “King of Jungle,” Kasra and Mefjus took the stage for an epic back-to-back set, featuring furious tech bass and effortless rinse outs that kept the crowd steppin’ nonstop just as the sun began to set. Culture Shock, Delta Heavy and Dimension then joined forces for another massive drum & bass takeover and wreaked havoc with pulsating bass aimed straight to the crowd for a massive 90-minute set.
Switching things up a bit, Troy Boi took to the stage and brought forth some deep and melodic bass that simmered the crowd just a bit before Loudpvck took control and delivered a commanding, hyped up set with a various blend of bass music to keep everyone intrigued. Ravers packed into every inch of the bassPOD as the Twonk master himself, Brillz, kicked off his set with a bang. The rumbling basslines and bangers kept the crowd shoulder to shoulder with trap elbows flexing in sync with each drop.
With the energy in full beast mode, heavy hitter Zomboy took things up a notch, opening up with one of the most banged out tracks at the Pod this year, “Like A Bitch,” which he blasted into the crowd as a relentless firework show illuminated the sky.
Making their way all the way from the UK, Circus Records dons Cookie Monsta, Doctor P, and Funtcase took to the stage with only one mission: to straight murk the crowd to a pulp. Playing a set that featured orginal cuts from each producer, the trio delivered one of the most unforgettable performances of the night, filled with sinister basslines that kept the heads banging in sync into the wee morning.
Bringing the energy back up to the drum & bass side of things, Pendulum delivered floor killers that kept the crowd pulsing alongside MC Verse, but the madness didn’t end there. Brookes Brothers, Cyantific, InsideInfo, and the Prototypes made up the most epic back-to-back set the bassPOD had seen the entire weekend, closing things out with more speaker busting drum & bass. The crew made sure to keep the energy strong as the sun began to peak over the Speedway, bringing night three to a close in the most epic way possible!