Deathpact release their first edit with a heavy flip of ODESZA’s cult-classic, ‘Loyal’

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Deathpact release their first edit with a heavy flip of ODESZA’s cult-classic, ‘Loyal’Deathpact Odesza Remi

REZZ’s “Life And Death” collaborator and mystery beatsmith, Deathpact, continues their steady stream of releases with an official flip of ODESZA’s cult-classic “Loyal.” The enigmatic producer released their first edit after dropping two EPs in about a month’s time, Cipher One and Cipher Two. Leaving ODESZA’s signature drum line front-and-center, the haunting horns build into Deathpact’s antsy anticipation, then fall upon heavy bass-house foundation with cinematic glitches and rumbling sub bass. It’s an even more aggressive take on one of ODESZA’s more aggressive offerings, creating a nice contrast to the duo’s already versatile electronic catalog.

Deathpact has received support from the industry’s top tastemakers including Pete Tong and Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1, Spotify’s Dance Rising playlist, Apple Music’s Breaking Dance/EDM, and Billboard’s Ones To Watch. The fast-growing fanbase congregates on an unofficial Discord server dedicated to solving the question everyone is trying to answer, “who is Deathpact?” With consistently high quality products coming at such a rapid pace, it has become one of the most interesting dance music storylines of the year.

Deathpact releases ‘Cipher Two’ EP, the second extended play in a month from the mysterious ellipsoid

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Deathpact releases ‘Cipher Two’ EP, the second extended play in a month from the mysterious ellipsoidDeathpact Cipher Two 1

Deathpact has released his second EP in about a month’s time, Cipher Two. The five-track project comes with two newly released tracks: “Interference Two” and “Suspect.” Clad in mystery and bass house harmonies, the ovate enigma released “Formality” and “End of Time” earlier this month. Similar to Cipher One, the extended play begins with a three-second vocal melody of the word “death,” jovially jumping around with no sense of fear.

“Interference Two” plays with Deathpact’s signature sub bass surrounded by grungy percussion elements and vocal synths. Listeners are also introduced to a voice melody toward the end that mimics as an acoustic guitar. “Suspect” reveals a menacing tone, playing with distorted synths and other vocal chops that take quite the rhythmic role.

Deathpact releases the second single off its upcoming EP, ‘Ciphertwo’

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Deathpact releases the second single off its upcoming EP, ‘Ciphertwo’Deathpact End Of Time

Deathpact releases a second single, “End of Time” off its upcoming Ciphertwo EP — the second extended play put out into the world by the mysterious entity in about a month. The enigma that sprouted from REZZ‘ “Life & Death” set leading single has been prolific ever since its inception, making listeners curious about the person or people behind the brand.

“End of Time” commences with an eerie vocal announcing “from now until the end of time,” setting a dissonant tone. A build into Deathpact’s signature deep bass house consisting of a variety of sub bass sounds of all octaves. Similar to static interrupting the TV, the music glitches in and out, creating large dynamics in its frequency range. In fact, one could say the song almost sounds three-dimensional.

Fans can access the Deathpact Discord channel HERE on Discord. The mystery producer(s) continues to acknowledge themselves as us…

Deathpact releases first single from second EP in a month, ‘Ciphertwo’

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Deathpact releases first single from second EP in a month, ‘Ciphertwo’Formality FINAL 1

Deathpact has released a new single called “Formality” from his Ciphertwo EP, which is set to drop at the end of the month. The REZZ collaborator dropped his debut EP, Cipher 1, in late September. Now, the mysterious entity announced a second EP at the end of October, proving a quick extended play project turnaround. The entity appeared in late July, showing off a proficiency in releasing behind-the-brand clothed enigma.

“Formality” begins with a skit about money. One man asks his elder about making money. The older gentleman proceeds to mentor the younger lad, telling him all he needs is a friend to point money out to him. The song begins shrouded in a dark veil, springing to action with bouncing synths and a tight, percussive, house groove.

Meanwhile, Deathpact fans are growing in a private channel of the popular gaming chat application, Discord. Fans can access the Deathpact Discord channel here. The mystery of “who is Deathpact?” could be somewhere in there.

Deathpact has arrived: unlock the mystery with his debut EP [STREAM]

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Deathpact has arrived: unlock the mystery with his debut EP [STREAM]Deathpact Cipher 1

The dance music world has been fixated on the mysterious Deathpact from the moment the mysterious producer’s name — and a series of coded, cryptic messages — began circulating all over social media. Speculation ensued as more odd clues like dial-in numbers and lockboxes began surfacing; many posited the new act was Madeon, and others questioned his relationship to REZZ, who seemed to be in on the surprise. Now, its debut EP, Cipher 1, is finally out, along with the final piece of the puzzle that will help pinpoint his identity.

Akin to previous snippets from the enigma, Cipher 1 is an intense, futuristic listen that fashions a dystopian landscape within the mind and shakes one to their core with its robotic synth accents. It wades through the darkness, driven by chunky basslines and percussion, until the final track is reached: “Circadian.” It is here that Deathpact followers can unlock a final clue as to who this new musician really is — if they’re strong enough to make it to the end of the record, that is.

Mysterious new Deathpact project continues to emerge with latest drop, ‘Piston’

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Mysterious new Deathpact project continues to emerge with latest drop, ‘Piston’Image From IOS

There is a certain allure that accompanies the unknown — that curious whisper that can beckon one blindly, vertigo that comes not from fear of falling from city rooftops but rather from knowing that one could. It’s from that place of interest that draws our attention towards Deathpact.

Deathpact has a very limited discography but that isn’t to say it has gone unnoticed at all. Deathpact turned heads with involvement on REZZ’s Certain Kind Of Magic assisting with the track “Life & Death.” Since then, the enigmatic new Deathpact, rumored to be a new project from an already well-established producer, has released “Danger” and “First Interference,” both hard-hitting, dark, almost sinister tunes.

With the release of their latest, “Piston,” Deathpact has done it once more. The track begins with an eerie alien-like mutter only to quickly form into an explosive, bass-heavy, rail riding, headbanger. Sonically, “Piston” demands an energetic reaction through a dark, cosmic calling that says, “come one, come all… if you can handle it.” It holds a circus of bass, kicks, and synths that are in perfect disarray. The track comes to a close as eloquently abruptly as it arrived leaving the listener dumbfounded, exhausted, and immensely entertained. “Piston” has definitely further developed the mystery shrouding this artist. This perplexing website doesn’t hurt the cause either.

Mysterious Rezz-approved artist Deathpact drops new single, launches eerie campaign

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Mysterious Rezz-approved artist Deathpact drops new single, launches eerie campaignDeathpact

While the idea of a masked or anonymous producer is not anything new in the world of electronic music, few put as much work into hiding their identity and creating a buzz than the mysterious new artist, Deathpact. Not much is known about the producer, but they have officially let their first single, titled “Danger,” loose as of July 20.

“Danger” is an excitingly dark house tune that would fit right in with Malaa‘s catalog — but the real buzz comes from Deathpact’s seriously creepy website. Upon entering the site, nothing suspicious catches the eye, aside from the fact that it’s just an empty website. However, after some clicking around, a modulated voice begins to list off numbers – the phone number 917-283-2750. More investigation lead DA down a rabbit hole of creepy voicemails and a chain of indecipherable text messages, which took us to a command prompt screen that proved too difficult to crack.

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The most insightful information we found was hidden in the lining of the original website. After exploring the site a bit, we found a list of Twitter usernames, all who seem to be big fans of Rezz, and all who have been tweeting the key emoji back and forth with the Deathpact account.

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After looking into the Rezz connection, we discovered that Deathpact is featured on “Life and Death,” a track from her upcoming album. Rezz has played the track out at a few festivals recently, and it is getting great response.

 

While all of this investigating eventually lead to a dead end, there is no doubt something invigorating is going on behind the scenes. Keep an eye out for more Deathpact news in the near future, because the story can only get better from here.