Wreckno Reflects on ReVibe Wellness Retreat and “Medusa”

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Bass music’s favorite LGBTQ+ icon Wreckno dropped in to talk about playing ReVibe Wellness Retreat, collaborating with GRiZ, and more.

It isn’t every day that an artist as special and as groundbreaking as Wreckno arrives in the bass community, but when it does happen, the entire scene feels the impact. With his irresistible personality and equally amazing music, this DJ and producer turns everything he touches into gold. His ever-growing catalog provides an outlet for diversity and inclusivity, with lyrics that convey pride in his own identity and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community as a whole.

Wreckno made waves in the dance scene this past June with the release of “Medusa,” his collaboration with fellow gay bass icon GRiZ. The track, which was released during pride month, is an invitation for LGBTQ+ individuals everywhere to express themselves through bass music. Recently, he played ReVibe Wellness Retreat, a socially distanced hotel music festival in Myrtle Beach, SC, where he delivered a fresh array of bass hitters and club-friendly house tracks that got everyone on their feet and dancing.

We got the chance to catch up with Wreckno on all things ReVibe …

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