Base Mosquito

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    Base Mosquito EJazz Admin

The brainchild of Bulgarian-born music producer Ret Alex, Base Mosquito’s Live Electronica effortlessly glides through fusions of trip-hop, rap, house, soul andalternative music.“Floating in warm with trip-hop elements featuring spacious synths and female lead vocals that create a slick, soothing, confident and chic mood” (Musync) – Music

Supervisors hub for big US TV networks!

Influences include: Groove Armada, James Blake, Bonobo and Quincy Jones and rappers like Drake Jay Z Kendrick Lamar.

Base Mosquito’s core message is to bring people together to find their purpose and to shine a positive light in this turbulent world.

For twelve years, Base Mosquito has performed all over the world and enjoyed regular successes on the London club scene playing at Area Vauxhall and Scala Kings Cross. Base Mosquito was delighted to receive support from elite club DJ’s Groove Armada, Erick Morillo, Roger Sanchez, Ferry Corsten and Mike Pickering while signed to an independent record label.At the UK’s “Live and Unsigned” competition, Base Mosquito were voted in the top five bands of the season.

“Great mix of sounds matched by an interesting, fun, visual impact. Full on impressive performance and amazing female vocals. Great original tunes, they have their own unique sound” (Live & Unsigned/Radio 1 representatives)

What now?

Since joining forces with performing artist Gabriela Eva, Base Mosquito and

Gabriela have spent an intense three years in the studio and are now eager to share their cohesive fresh material with the world. More exciting artists such as Antarma, Cotton, Marina Avetisian, rappers Kwazi Cort, Luc Skyz, Shauna O’Brian and the rising alternative star Amy Montgomery join the adventure to create a truly global project.

Base Mosquito’s new exciting double album JANUS and their live show EVOLution offers the ultimate celebration of human spirit. Releasing in April/May 2021.

Base Mosquito’s music demonstrates the human capacity for connection through deep lyrical content and collaborative musical composition.

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