Stream Mize’s drum-n-bass set from Harmony Festival’s Finale
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It’s no secret that Mize is on the upward climb to bass music notoriety. The CE favorite, who runs around his Alabama stomping grounds as Ian Evans, has been featured on our Wide Awake Radio series, our Midweek Mantra Mix, and our Rising Bass Spotlight. More recently, Mize was inducted into the illustrious Wakaan family with his newest release, “Thought Process,” a record that sent shockwaves across the bass music world. Even more recently, the rising bass star stopped by Electric Hawk‘s Harmony Festival Finale for a very special all-drum-n-bass live stream set, which aired on September 13, 2020.
Now that specially dedicated set is available for any fans who may have missed the three-day virtual event… and even those who wish to relive the set over again. As Mize’s last Twitch set of the year, the hour-long event featured a load of DnB classics, including Terravita‘s “Up In The Club,” Mat Zo‘s “Games,” Apex‘s VIP remix of London Elektricity’s “Just One Second,” Sub Focus‘ “Splash,” and more; along with remixes from Subsonik, Terravita, and Apex; and plenty of bass-heavy hip-hop mash-ups in the way that only Mize can do. Without a doubt, the headlining set was one of Harmony Festival’s most-watched of the weekend. Listen below.