Flux Pavilion – Bass Cannon (Luca Lush Lift)

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Known for his diversity in production, Luca Lush releases music that reflects his creativity and passion for pushing the envelope by experimenting with an array of sounds and styles. His last hit, “O BB,” was made popular for its gentle vocal samples layered on top of downtempo beats that are juxtaposed with hefty, growling synths.

The producer has chosen Flux Pavilion‘s classic “Bass Cannon” as his latest “lift,” transporting the original to ominous depths by featuring snarling, dense layers of synths, provocative weighty climaxes, and melancholy mysterious beats to create a hybrid bass sound.

Luca Lush’s rendition of “Bass Cannon” dramatically strays from the original; the only remaining similarity between the two versions are the vocals, though even this element is somewhat deviant from Flux Pavilion’s production. With bold execution, Luca Lush’s interpretation of “Bass Cannon” is not for the faint-hearted.

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Listen to six official remixes of NGHTMRE and Flux Pavilion’s ‘Feel Your Love’

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It was just six months ago that bass music heavyweights NGHTMRE and Flux Pavilion released, “Feel The Love” featuring Jamie Lewis, which racked up over 1.4 million plays and was named as one of the heaviest collaborations of 2016. Now Circus Records has released the remix package that features six well-crafted songs from both established artists and promising up-and-comers. With genres ranging from dubstep to house to future and trapstyle, make sure to be on the look out for these hard-hitting tracks as festival season draws near.

Touring artist, ANGELZ, who has played with Tchami and Dr. Fresch, dishes out the first remix with a heavy-hitting bass house track loaded with energy and a driving synth. It’s no wonder this artist has racked over 50,000 followers on Soundcloud, as this artist clearly brings something new to the table in the bass house genre.

Making her breakthrough from Mexico City, Jessica Audiffred curates a bass heavy hybrid. Audiffred makes some serious creative moves here, pitching down the vocals and finding the perfect blend between heavy dubstep growls and energetic trap drums before spinning the second drop into a powerful hardstyle beat.

Up and comer CYRAN delivers a high-energy track with a moombahton beat that will easily become a fan-favorite. The second drop nods to the song’s bass-heavy roots while also maintaining a spacious, pliable rhythm.

AXEN delivers another heavy remix with a rising trap lead that parallels NGHTMRE and Slander. The track is jam-packed with explosive switches between festival trap and house, before the second drop takes a more bass-heavy turn. AXEN has skillfully pulled off an all-inclusive experience in this innovative three minute and thirty second hit.

LATE brings something new to the table with a bouncy hard house remix that is sure to draw attention from around the world. Though it starts off with a four on the floor beat, the fast paced rendition drops into eight bars of festival trap in a daring switch of energy. The second drop then takes a bold risk and follows the genre-bending graces of Kayzo in a stimulating beat that mixes trapstyle, hard house, and drum-step.

Lastly, Dommix does something different from the rest, giving his own future-spin on the bass-heavy track with massive saw waves and a melodic, chill-out vibe. If you like Flume, Wheathin, and San Holo, then Dommix’s remix will feel right at home.

Listen to all six remixes below.

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Flux Pavilion and Snails team up for “Cannonball”

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Flux Pavilion and Snails team up for what is quite possibility the heaviest hitting bass release of 2016. The dubstep pioneer and the vomit-step creator must have spent months (or a few amphetamine-laced nights) in an underground lab to concoct this sonic tonic. There’s definite aspects of 2011 Flux Pavilion on “Cannonball” but guttural drops clearly come from the mind of Snails. There’s no subtlty here, just visceral grinding synths and ribcage rattling bass lines that reverberate with sickening glee.  Another impressive mayhem inducing output from two of bass musics best, this track stays true to its name and “hits like a cannonball.”