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Creative Loafing has been presenting Atlanta's Best People, Places and Events since 1972. These are some of the past winners for this category:

Best Bass Player BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
Type of Award » Poets, Artists & Madmen
Picked By » Readers
Frank Keith IV

Best Bass Player BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
Type of Award » Poets, Artists & Madmen
Picked By » Critics
Kevin Scott

Best bass music bomber BOA Award Winner

Year » 2013
Type of Award » After Dark
Picked By » Critics
Mayhem
Dig into any number of Atlanta's various bass and electronic music scenes and one name continually rises above the din of bombastic swells, trap beats, and robotic rhythms: Mayhem. Following a streak of dance floor hits, the moniker behind which ATLien producer, beat maker, and all around electro-renaissancemore...
Dig into any number of Atlanta's various bass and electronic music scenes and one name continually rises above the din of bombastic swells, trap beats, and robotic rhythms: Mayhem. Following a streak of dance floor hits, the moniker behind which ATLien producer, beat maker, and all around electro-renaissance man Anthony Rotella masquerades has drawn a metric ton of accolades the world over. The last year alone has seen a laundry list of career-defining moments, from his "Brick Squad Anthem," dubstep remixes for artists such as Skism and Caspa, and larger-than-life hip-hop joints on which he found himself paired up with everyone from Gucci Mane and Trouble to Tyga and Verse Simmonds. www.soundcloud.com/mayhem. less...

Best Bass-Guitar-Playing EcoPatriot BOA Award Winner

Year » 2007
Type of Award » Cityscape
Picked By » Critics
Rob Del Bueno
If America is addicted to oil (as even President Bush admitted in 2006), then Atlanta is a jittery crack whore for petro. Our sprawl and the state’s dearth of leaders willing to go to bat for regional mass transit or smart growth make the metro area’s prosperity especially vulnerablemore...

If America is addicted to oil (as even President Bush admitted in 2006), then Atlanta is a jittery crack whore for petro. Our sprawl and the state’s dearth of leaders willing to go to bat for regional mass transit or smart growth make the metro area’s prosperity especially vulnerable to spikes in oil prices or dips in supply. Enter ROB DEL BUENO. With help from the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and a corps of volunteers, the former Man or Astro-man? bassist makes and sells biodiesel — a clean alternative to petroleum diesel made from used cooking oil. Del Bueno’s fuel powers a small fleet of cars and buses around town. And unlike our country’s oil titans, he doesn’t receive gazillions in government subsidies. 250 Arizona St.


www.refuelbiodiesel.org

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