While most of the Dohm was out of the country, local producer/DJ C-LaB was hard at work this last week. C-LaB AKA Herb Jr AKA one-third of Sunsabetchez has been making music for over a decade, and we were able to snag a peak at his new mix.
C-LaB is one of the founding members of the Dohm Collective, a group of musicians and visual artists who dedicate their lives to the pursuit of music. The Dohm’s main mission is to spread music and art and maintain a collaborative nature. Above all, they also want to stick true to their core. Between throwing mezzanine silent discos to building a giant geodesic dome in the middle of a desert, partiers know they’re in for a good time under the Dohm.
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True to the collaborative nature of the Dohm, C-LaB is one-third of the dynamic trio of Susabetchez (also made up of DJ/Producer Matthew Zuppardo and Visual Artist Brendan Pechon). Together, they throw down some bassy, head-banging, hard-slamming jams. Each leg of this tripod brings their own individuality that makes it a whole. This mix is C-LaB’s opportunity to really show people his side of that contribution and his love for bass music in full.
While the two other parts of Sunsa were attending Shambhala in Canada, C-LaB focused the energy and emotions of that magical place into an hour and a half mix of pure fire and banger-driven passion. Trust me when I say, this track hits all the right spots.
He takes a full range of emotion and successfully encapsulated the essence of the Shambhala experience. This is a crazy, chaotic, bassy, beautiful flow of energy and passion in every minute kind of mix. And it really does help you get a sense of what it’s like to be on the Farm.