Mood Swing and Chevy Bass have established their reputation as the undefeated ice breakers inside festivals and club scene. The unparalleled live electronic pair has one goal when they make that big appearance – have a fabulously good time, party heavily and ensure everybody leaves with a sweat-soaked grin on their faces. 

Since their beginning in 2015, Mood Swing (David ‘Dizzy’ McEvoy) & Chevy Bass (Nick Economidis) have engaged groups of audience all over the world such as in the US and Canada including Australia, performing with the likes of Splendor in the Grass, Burning Man, Jungle Love, Bohemian Beatfreaks, Rabbits Eat Lettuce, & Earth Frequency Festival. They’ve conquered the stage with acts like Opiuo, Claptone & the Funk Hunters just to mention some. They’ve additionally backed up for UK artists Jamie Berry and Jenova Collective on their local visits.

Posted by Mood Swing & Chevy Bass on Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Their remarkable take on electronic bass music traverses and imbues variety of genre while they do a live remix spontaneously. Their own branded sets depicted as crazy in the front and obscene in the back will take you on a trip, starting with ghetto-funk and glitch-mixed party jams and streaming all the way through to messy and jam-packed house bass lines, together while infusing their multi-instrumental techniques to give each performances a one of a kind flavor. 

Mood Swing and Chevy Bass are additionally regulars of The Wonky Queenslander Collective, an art car and house party on wheels that’s wavered festivals Australia wide.

In any case, it’s not just their sound that has been getting every bit of one’s body swaying. With an affinity for dramatics, every live performance is created differently, highlighting electronic samplers, slamming horn sections, electric guitars, tribal percussion, and disco exhibition. Name it and you’re certain to witness it at a Mood Swing and Chevy Bass event. 

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Posted by Mood Swing & Chevy Bass on Tuesday, January 29, 2019
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