The King of Heavy Bass House in America AC Slater (aka Aaron Clevenger) has developed a huge following over his career with his signature "Night Bass" sound, which fuses the most infectious elements of house music with the dirty basslines of UK garage and sprinkles of old-school rave synths and breaks. AC has grown Night Bass from a party into a record label and global brand. The label is a breeding ground for like-minded producers from around the world who are pioneering a new wave of bass-heavy dance music. Night Bass events, which started as a monthly at LA's Sound Nightclub, have since grown to include tours and festival stages, with AC bringing the Night Bass sound and ethos to cities all over the world via his carefully curated line-ups. 2015 was AC Slater's most successful year to date: Night Bass hosted stages at EDC Las Vegas, Holy Ship and HARD Day Of the Dead and Night Bass was voted "Club Night of the Year" by LA Weekly. The last 12 months have also seen AC collaborate with scene heavyweights including Tchami, Chris Lorenzo, Jack Beats and Golden Features, as well as remixing house legend Kaskade and rap staple E-40 and releasing a solo EP via Skrillex's OWSLA imprint. AC Slater has stuck to his guns throughout his career and lets the music he creates do the talking. As he and Night Bass continue to constantly evolve and grow, make sure you join him for the ride!
AC SLATER HISTORY
AC Slater's career kicked off with a bang in 2008, when his seminal remix of Math Head's "Turn the Music Up" on Trouble & Bass instantly became a huge dance anthem. Moby listed it as one of the best 10 tracks of the decade, declaring it a "perfect song." It was followed by huge tracks like "Take You,""Calm Down," and "Big Brooklyn Bass," and his huge remixes for Crookers and Loudpvck. AC has collaborated with influential underground and mainstream artists including Nina Sky, Far East Movement, Ninjasonik, and Stanton Warriors, and has done official remixes for the likes of Big Sean, Moby, Robin S. and many more. A quick look at Slater's Beatport page reveals well over 100 tracks and remixes over the last five years, including his best-selling Jack Got Jacked EP, a blatant declaration of the invasion of house music by all things bass (and the start of a lengthy friendship with Jack Beats).