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The second edition of Mexico’s first-ever bass festival, curated by dubstep queen Jessica Audiffred, is about to completely sell out, marking another monumental moment for the producer. With an absolutely stacked lineup, it is no surprise that the community is ready for this year’s Mad House: Doom. 

Going down on June 3rd in Mexico City, special guest FuntCase and DJs Eliminate, Infekt, and Versa are bringing the heat to the Pepsi Center WTC. Mexico City locals Isaac Maya and Ugly Lungs are also bringing the heat to Mad House. An official after-party continues the night with a secret lineup at Bar Oriente. 

Audiffred is outspoken about her gratefulness towards the Mexican community for their unwavering support of her career. On top of Mad House: Doom, she hosted Mexico’s first bass-centric radio show, “Back to Bassics.” 

Quoted as being one of the hardest DJs in the game, Jessica Audiffred has been making waves in dubstep for a decade, getting the attention of globally-known producers like Flux Pavilion just years after debuting. After her introduction to the American market, she rose quickly, opening for Excision, releasing tracks with artists like NGHTMRE and Black Tiger Sex Machine, and playing some of the most iconic festivals around the world. 

Before her festival, Audiffred is releasing a new track on May 19. The DJ is also playing shows with MARAUDA, along with sets at Forbidden Kingdom, Beyond Wonderland, and Lost Lands.

Mad House: Doom and the after-party are hosted by Audiffred’s label, A Records, which launched six years ago. Tickets for the festival are on sale here. While we wait for bass to invade Mexico City, listen to her remix of “Way Up” by Borgore and Tima Dee here:

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