UKF Presents Official US Launch Party At Hammerstein Ballroom [Video]

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UKF has been bringing bass music to the masses ever since it was created in 2009 by Luke Hood. Since then everything bass has exploded into a global phenomenon.

UKF has grown into three channels of everything electronic, spreading great music to all of its millions of subscribers. Now, UKF is coming to America live and in full force with star studded line up of UKF’s favorites including: Chase and Status, Borgore, Gemini, Delta Heavy, Bare Noize, Dirtyphonics, Xilent, and Alex English.

This will all be going down in New York City on Saturday, December 1. Grab tickets to this monumental event HERE.

Check out the video below!

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