Since the debut SHAKES in 2004 Bassling has been appealing to 'lovers of lower frequencies' with his music and experiments in various forms of sonic manipulation.
The release of YOUR in 2007 heralded an increasing interest in using acoustic sound sources to create electronic dance music (EDM), in part influenced by the opportunity to work with Western Australian artist Alan Lamb as part of the 2006 Unsound Festival.
Lamb's installation outside Wagga Wagga, known as 'The Wires', became the focus of VIBRATING STRING (2010) and his use of piezo contact microphones became a key influence in Bassling's album celebrating the centenary of Leeton: FOR 100 YEARS.
This album will be supported with the release of a specially developed DVD in 2012, showcasing Bassling's creative processes in recording and remixing parks and playgrounds to create EDM-influenced music from non-electronic sound sources.
Hear Bassling at bassling.bandcamp.com/