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Let The Bass Get You is a Finnish electronic music blog founded in 2013.  L.T.B.G.Y. focuses on bringing new producers and artists to the spotlight, as well as following what’s happening in the EDM scene around the world right now. The blog is hosted by Nooa Riitijoki, young man from Finland.

L.T.B.G.Y. has also it’s own radio program on Radio Moreeni called “Let The Bass Get You” which is aired every friday.

Drop your beats to,
nooa.ltbgy@gmail.com

Let the bass get you!

OUR TEAM

My name is Nooa Riitijoki, born and raised in Finland. I am the owner and creator of the blog, I started this 2013 by myself.


My name is Jake Borowick, I also go by the musical persona known as BLYTE. Been writing independently and doing music journalism for about four years now. Heavily in the industry since about 2011, and absolutely in love with the bass scene ever since. My primary influences in music are Skrillex, Marauda, Kompany, and Zomboy. Been massively in respect of LTBGY and the work they’ve been putting in for years now, very honored to be apart of the team. Work never feels like work and only a contribution to the scene I love and adore so much!


The Primary Being project is the brainchild of Charlie Glinka, an emerging artist, producer and all round legend originating from Sydney, Australia. Following a showcase live performance at the 2019 Electronic Music Conference, this talented musician is quickly making waves in the scene with their unparalleled sound and style. Inspired by the likes of Blanke, Porter Robinson, and Daft Punk, Primary Being seeks to push the envelope bridging various elements from different genres to make a well-rounded, dynamic, heavy melodic style. With a love for all things technological, Primary Being is always looking for a new way to bring this vision to life for enjoyment of the masses.

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  1. megan olaverty says:

    ltbgy biggest inspiration

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