From the moment they exploded onto the music scene when Sierra Leone took over YouTube, to when they dropped their infamous Diplo & Friends mix earlier this year, Kiwi bass duo Mt. Eden have consistently remained ahead of the curve . Having smashed their way through festivals and clubs around the world for the past 7 years, they are no strangers to the main stages at Coachella, EDC, Electric Forest, Ultra and Lollapalooza, to name but a few.
Mt. Eden has most definitely achieved veteran status in any bass lovers heart and their music continues to gain them a dedicated following worldwide. Their longevity and ability to stay fresh in the scene can be attributed to their consistent approach of pushing the boundaries with each release while staying true to the bittersweet aesthetic their many fans crave.
Mt. Eden has a rare knack of striking a fine balance between modern electronic soundscapes and classical orchestration with their melodic and almost cinematic signature. They create “visual music you can dream and imagine along to, relying on melody, harmony, and structure, instead of loudness”, says Harley. The result – evocative experiences that are as warm as they are wild.