Saturday night only means one thing, and that’s Bassment Saturdays at Websterhall! The Bassment was going to be in full affect with J. Rabbit, the cali native, and Subset, the Bassment resident , to feed the crowds bass needs. When I arrived Subset was spinning away and the crowed hadn’t gathered in full force, but I knew that would change very quickly.
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As I made my way across the floor Subset dropped one of my favorite tracks, nympho by Borgore. As I suspected the Bassment filled with it’s regulars and as always new faces who were in for a great time. Subset, as always going hard, dropped tracks from Major Lazer, Luminox and Figure. It wasn’t long before the Bassment was packed. The fans pumped up when J. Rabbit came on. Jeff Trunick, also known as J. Rabbit, opened up very strong and kept the bassment moving to moombahton, dubstep and trap, playing his tracks like A Shot of Bruschotti and his newly released Tequila remix. Everyone was loving it and so was J. Rabbit feeding off the crowds energy pulling some fans on stage. It was my first time seeing J. Rabbit and he did not disappoint at all, the entire Bassment seemed to agree. As his set came to an end no one stopped moving, they all knew Subset would be back on to end Bassment Saturdays as he always does with the crowd begging for more.
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Once again Subset steps on and starts dropping classics like Swagga by Excision and Datsik and Jah No Partial by Major Lazer and Flux Pavilion. He was having fun playing remixes of Slayer and Iced Earth songs, at one point he even swung his leg up on the speaker and rocked his air guitar. As the night went on Subset dropped xKore’s remix of Focus’s Falling Down and as the song played he jumped up to do a pull-up and just like the title of the song, he fell down but saved himself and still killed it, laughing it off. Subset kept coming strong, the usual for Bassment Saturdays, but the night like all others to come to a close. Subset and J.Rabbit destroyed the Bassment. J. Rabbit must make another appearance to bless the fans with his bass power.