Night Bass has officially launched their Summer Phases 2018 series as a means to kick off their annual house-focused tour.
Dillon Nathaniel and his latest “Can’t See Me” is the chosen dance-forward track to commence the house-focused hype-up. “Can’t See Me” unfolds during its six-minute contemporary breakdown of a 4/4 utterly rhythmic groove. Nathaniel definitely had fun with this one — it leads me to envision extraterrestrials getting down amongst us humans at an underground rave somewhere in downtown LA. A blend of hi-hats, techno-inspired synths, and vocals completely take control. “Can’t See Me” steps up to the summer theme and becomes quite the aesthetically pleasing house vibe of its own.
Nathaniel has been a tastemaker in the scene for about three years now; he came to be after his dad brought him to EDC when he was just 16 years old. His musically inclined background plus the awe of the festival sparked his soon-to-be destined career. As an LA-native, the warehouse scene comes naturally to him, hence why the release of his own Warehouse Bass Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 EPs have received such positive responses across the board. He’s also worked with Dancing Astronaut, Tchami’s CONFESSION label, First Edition, and Audiophile XXL throughout the past two years.
Alongside Dillon Nathaniel, Night Bass’ ‘Summer Phases 2018 Tour’ will be featuring big names like AC Slater, Anna Lunoe, Jack Beats, Wax Motif, and more. Scope the full tour lineup and dates here and give “Can’t See Me” a listen and grab your free download below.