Going Quantum
Best known for The Going Quantum Podcast, a monthly bass music podcast featuring many of the hottest artists in the scene that ran from November 17th, 2011, to September 2nd, 2014, Jonathan Winter, better known by his stage name "Going Quantum," is a Canadian DJ/Producer that debuted on Monstercat in 2011 with his debut dubstep track "Hello?," which was later featured on the first Monstercat compilation ever Currently, he is only one of seven artists to have made up the first Monstercat roster
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Going Quantum
Best known for The Going Quantum Podcast, a monthly bass music podcast featuring many of the hottest artists in the scene that ran from November 17th, 2011, to September 2nd, 2014, Jonathan Winter, better known by his stage name "Going Quantum," is a Canadian DJ/Producer that debuted on Monstercat in 2011 with his debut dubstep track "Hello?," which was later featured on the first Monstercat compilation ever Currently, he is only one of seven artists to have made up the first Monstercat roster
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I Will Fight Back
This is a DnB track I made for a podcast that I was doing called "The Diamoria Chronicles" but the podcast name will be changed to "Make Missouri Rave Again" later on. I named this track I will fight back because the melody sounds pretty epic, something that sounds like it would be played at Liquicity festival. The podcast was supposed to be about my life and childhood which in the 5th episode does change topic quite a bit because I quit talking about my traumatizing childhood with country people before I moved to EDM and then I go straight to talking about the EDM scene here in the Ozarks and that we should have a festival like Liquicity but feature all types of EDM from many smaller independent artists. I also hope that my future record label and festival Ozark Bass Festival and Ozark Bass Factory comes to life. I don't know if this slaps to you, but it slapped when I made this track.more
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