Bassjackers aka Marlon Flohr and Ralph van Hilst had not foreseen what was coming when they started out with their collaboration. Marlon was already DJing for a while and Ralph experimented a lot with making different kinds of dance music. Marlon was mainly playing House music at the time and then the idea came to push Ralph’s productions in that direction so that Marlon could play the tracks in his sets. The first track they were both satisfied with was “Beat Cut”.

Their big break came in 2011, their dancefloor bomb “Mush Mush” got picked up by Tiësto and got released on Tiësto’s imprint “Musical Freedom”:

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It dominated the Beatport Top 10 for over 2 months and grew to be one of the biggest club/festival tracks of 2011. It’s that track that every DJ can play to destroy the dance floor, and so they did. Just to namedrop; Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, Afrojack, Sander van Doorn, Martin Solveig, Calvin Harris, Benny Benassi, Judge Jules, the list of support is endless!

This resulted in a massive career boost! Remixing for A-list artists like Rihanna and Moby, playing in Privilege Ibiza alongside Tiësto and touring around the globe to demolish dance floors is just the beginning. Bassjackers are taking over and their first stop is Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur!


Deets are as follows:

Date: 6th April 2013 (Saturday)

Time: 10pm onwards

Venue: Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur

Ticket Entry: RM35 Ladies / RM45 Men (inc 1 drink)


Bottle Entry: RM351 / 4 pax (Before 11pm)

Reservations*: Please call 03-2171 1997 (12pm – 6pm) or 0163323191 (after 6pm) or email [email protected]

*applicable to 21 yrs old and above

For more information, hit up Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur’s official website or their Facebook page.

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