2019-07-05T16:57:14-04:00 2019-07-05T16:58:08-04:00

The Librarian's "Blue Tusk" is dripping in cerulean halftime swagger

Halftime maven and co-founder of Bass Coast Festival Andrea Graham AKA The Librarian is back with her newest single to disrupt the world of drum & bass - "Blue Tusk." The track arrives as a teaser for the event's sold out 2019 edition, returning to Merritt, British Columbia June 12-15. Lauded by DJ Mag as Best North American Boutique Music Festival, Bass Coast will also be home ton The Librarian's Boiler Room debut on July 13.

"Blue Tusk" is an undulating halftime cut, laden with haunting melodies and glitchy samples, infused with the Librarian's signature artful confidence. A purely sinister bass line adds swagger to the body-moving slow burner. This drippy instrumental gem keeps a steady energy that's sure to rock crowds this festival season. From the DoLab and Shambhala to Bassnectar's 360 NYE and Freestyle Sessions, The Librarian has made her mark on dance floors far beyond Canada. Her tour support for the likes of Ivy Lab, Sam Binga, and dBridge, as well as international tours in Central America, India, and Australia have solidified this renaissance woman as a name impossible to ignore in the burgeoning international bass scene. 

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Drum and Bass

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