Hellraiser: Aussie bass queen Godlands set to take Mandurah by storm

She has created a name for herself as an absolute force in the music scene and it is only the beginning of the Godlands era of music.

Aussie electronic artist Annabel Hartlett, otherwise known as Godlands when she takes the stage, is quenching the appetites of hungry bass fans around the country.

And her reign is set to take Mandurah by storm this weekend with her epic new tour Hellraiser. 

After Godlands’ debut Pleasures tour earlier in 2018, the bass queen is back to send shivers down the spines of her audiences with her unique on-stage energy.

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Coming to the end of the tour that saw the youngster perform in Singapore, New Zealand and all over Australia, Godlands will play at the Brighton Hotel on Friday, December 7.

On top of what has already been a wild year, the youngster has recently released her first single 2 Clips alongside bass legends with Dim Mak.

Influenced by artists like Krane and Diplo, Godlands loves to fuse a hip-hop drum alongside cold-blooded bass for drops and an energy unlike any other. 

And she will showcase all her talent to Mandurah this weekend with her hits Hit Em Like This, Everybody Knows, Pleasures and Wild.

Godlands will then head on to Port Hedland on December 8 and Perth’s Belvoir Amphitheatre on December 26.

Hellraiser is guaranteed to push the bar with a night of mayhem, intense beats and epic drops.

Tickets to this weekend’s gig are $5 at the door. For more information, visit the event Facebook page or Godlands’ website.