Last night, we were a little late to getting out to showcases with the new American Horror Story and everything, but we made it out to the Bowery Ballroom to check out the last couple of acts. One of the acts that we fell in love with there was BASECAMP. Giving the perfect mix of R&B and electronic music, BASECAMP didn't disappoint. It may have been 1 in the morning, but they powered through every song putting on an excellent performance for the 30 people that still remained at the venue. Honestly, all of the people who ran out of Bowery Ballroom after Kodaline finished their set missed out on one of the best acts of CMJ. Definitely channeling Until the Ribbon Breaks and a Jaymes Young style, BASECAMP seems to give us something simple, but something so complex and creative; it literally feels like something we haven't seen hit main stream music and BASECAMP definitely have the power to be one of the breakout artists within the next year.
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