Venues are dark. The fields that would normally hold thousands of weekend festival goers are empty. The subs are turned off. In the wake of the COVID pandemic and government mandated shutdowns, it seems that all dance floors are quiet this summer. And yet some things are getting louder. As each day passes, the reverberations gather strength, much like the notorious, echo-filtered drops of the accused artist who sits at the center of the most recent scandal.
Bassnectar Responds to Allegations of Sexual Misconduct
Ashton grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and initially identified with visual arts rather than music, creating movies with his dad's camera at the age of ten. He experienced an immediate sense of welcome and comfort going to raves in the mid-nineties, which led to the confluence of his heavy and electronic style of music. Bassnectar played house parties in the San Francisco Bay Area and began gaining momentum at Burning Man , often playing up to 7 sets a night. He was previously known as DJ Lorin. On July 3, , Bassnectar announced he was "stepping back" from his career after allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced. He denied any rumours, stating they are "untrue", but realized some of his past actions have caused pain and said he is "deeply sorry". He also announced he would he handing over his nonprofit Be Interactive to his team.
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