NGHTMRE and Slander are the most prominent young trap artists in the game. These Los Angeles based producers have rapidly ascended through the ranks of electronic music, transitioning from anonymity to notoriety in just a few short years. Their astronomical rise would not have been possible without each other’s help, as each artist’s first release was their aggressive collaborative remix of Showtek’s “We Like To Party.” A year later, the two teamed up once again to drop the “Nuclear Bonds EP,” which features four original tracks that flex the full range of their artistic versatility. This was graciously followed up with an eclectic 10 track remix package, which featured artists such as J-Louis, Ghastly and Boombox Cartel as well as their own VIP of “Power.”
A year after dropping their invigorating collaborative EP, NGHTMRE and Slander have announced that they will be taking their act on tour. Named the “Gud Vibrations” tour after the EP’s final track, these two artists will travel all across North America throughout the months of November and December. While they’ve kept us in the dark about which cities they will stop in, fans can get excited by checking out their B2B set from last saturday at the Hollywood Palladium. We think this has all the makings of a future Bass House Mafia, and you’re watching it come together before your eyes.