Wide Awake Radio is a podcast series that features emerging and established artists within the EDM community with a thought-provoking format to encourage conscious listening. On this month’s podcast, we’re featuring Midwest swiftly-rising bass artist, Wreckno, also known to close friends and family as Brandon Wisniski.
Wreckno is taking over the bass scene and he’s doing it his way. On and off the stage, this empowering 24-year-old queer musician stays shining and grinding at all times, as he serves up fresh, fierce beats for the masses. Fueled by Wreckno’s burning passion for electronic music and performance, the project is bursting with endless originality and individuality — and he’s only just scratching the surface.
Even in its early stages, Wreckno’s budding project has seen massive success and support from bass tastemakers including G-Space, Peekaboo, iLL.Gates, and GRiZ. His energetic performances and exuberant personality have allowed him to bring his unique vision to staple music cities including Detroit, Chicago, Denver, New York City, and beyond.
This month’s episode we talk with Brandon about his recent “Medusa” collaboration with GRiZ, his early introduction to the music industry, his battles with substance abuse, sexual abuse allegations within the bass community, and more.
Wide Awake Radio | Ep. 004 | Wreckno
Wide Awake Radio is a podcast series that features emerging and established artists within the EDM community with a thought-provoking format to encourage conscious listening.
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