The Librarian delivers undulating halftime cut, ‘Blue Tusk’
Andrea Graham, better known by her stage name The Librarian, is a celebrated Canadian DJ, producer, and curator. As co-founder and music director of Bass Coast Music Festival, the boutique festival has become a tastemaking event in the burgeoning international bass scene. Recently, The Librarian took a break from festival curation to deliver her newest drum and bass halftime cut, titled “Blue Tusk.”
The track arrives as a teaser for Bass Coast’s sold out 2019 edition, returning to Merritt, British Columbia, June 12 – 15. The locale will also serve as The Librarian’s Boiler Room debut over the weekend. “Blue Tusk” comes as an experimental journey into halftime, laced with ominous melodies, glitchy sampling, and a sinister bass line that pulls listeners through her low tempo terrain like molasses. It’s gooey, hypnotic, and dripping with low moving frequencies.
As a DJ, Andrea’s sets move through bass music, dubstep, grime, footwork, jungle, drum and bass and more, tying the diverse genres together with fluid mixing and powerful low end frequencies that push the boundaries of the world’s biggest PAs. The Librarian has been captivating audiences from Electric Forest and Shambhala to Bassnectar’s NYE 360 and Freestyle Sessions.
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