Skrillex purportedly working on remix of Travis Scott’s ‘Sicko Mode’

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New Skrillex music is not a matter of “if,” but of “when.” Audio engineer Randy Urbanski further fanned the flames of suspicion that Skrillex would release fresh material in the near rather than the distant future in his birthday tribute to Skrillex’s OWSLA label, which celebrated its seventh anniversary in early September. Urbanski’s comment that he couldn’t wait “till this guy [Skrillex] is back changing the game next month” provided an unofficial confirmation that the star producer would likely drop new music in October.

Skrillex’s recent Instagram story supposedly showed the producer at work on a remix of Travis Scott‘s “Sicko Mode.” Given Skrillex’s success with his 2017 rework of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Humble,” a Skrillex stamped take on Scott’s Astroworld staple certainly isn’t far fetched, nor is the likelihood that listeners would relish another electronic/rap hybrid remix from the OWSLA head.

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Source close to Skrillex suggests that new music might arrive sooner than expected

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Source close to Skrillex suggests that new music might arrive sooner than expectedSkrille Do Lab

 Skrillex‘s OWSLA label blows out the candles celebrating seven years this month, and if the collective’s seventh anniversary is expected to impart any luck, then new Skrillex music might be on the way — and sooner than fans expect. Venerated audio engineer Randy Urbanski, whose credits include Skrillex, Beyoncé, and Katy Perry, took to social media to pay tribute to OWSLA in a way that may have implied that Skrillex is eyeing his impending return to the release ring, perhaps as early as October, 2018. Urbanksi included an image of Skrillex performing at XS in 2015 and captioned the visual with a particularly cryptic caption.

“Time flies when you’re having fun. And this year was slow. Can’t wait till this guy is back changing the game next month.”

Fans will remember Diplo spilling the beans on a new record in the works from the OWSLA head honcho earlier this year. Beyond that, the “Parachute” producer’s recent bookings at New Year’s Eve events, Snowta and Decadence, and an annual trip to Burning Man, signal the producer’s return to the festival circuit, a comeback that would naturally coincide with the release of new music, perhaps even a fleshed out project. For now, it seems the waiting game may be nearing an end though.

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