“Party Starter” showcases Flux’s all-encompassing affinity for bass music across the spectrum, fitting screechy dubstep-nodding bass into an exquisitely maddening trap composition. While a hazy, melodic intro casts an air of obscurity over the track, the drop’s rhythmic bass punches dispel any ambiguity.
Flux was one of the most fervent envelope-pushers around the 2012 era dubstep renaissance, championing game-changing tracks like “I Can’t Stop,” which remains one of the most used outros to festival sets in the electronic scene worldwide. Today, he continues to pioneer the bass genre, showing that artistry is still going strong within an often misinterpreted sound.
In anticipation of Circus Records‘ upcoming Earwax compilation, Flux Pavilion released a new single, “Symphony,” featuring steamy vocals from Layna. Seamlessly integrating lush synths and gritty bass, the track bounces underneath the protagonist. Gliding verses heavily contrast with the dubstep veteran’s signature thick hooks.
The label founded by Flux and Doctor P will unleash Earwax Friday, July 27. They’ve already dropped “Kinmirai” by Kentaro, Rafik, & Yuto and “Glass Forest” by up-and-coming producer, Growlz, from the compilation. Other artists included on the project are LUZCID, DISKORD, Fransis Derelle, X&G and more.
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Shrill synths open the song, swiftly building to descend in thunderous drops that duly meld dubstep and trap tones, while underscoring Flux and Meaux to be complementary collaborators in their shared ability to conjoin both subgenres throughout the track. Shouted, chopped vocals positioned just before the drops only further increase the near palpable intensity of “Call To Arms.”
Co-boss of Circus Records Flux Pavilion have returned to the label for his first release of 2018. For the drop of this banger, he has teamed up with the one and only, Meaux Green to drop the feels with “Call To Arms”. Having already played a monster B2B with label co-founder Doctor P and Rampage
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Following last year’s installment of colossal proportions, Lost Lands returns to Thornville, Ohio with a monumental 1,000,000 watts of bass, two full-size main stages, performances by Flux Pavilion, REZZ, Ganja White Night, Illenium, Jauz, Slander, NGHTMRE, Excision himself, and many, many more.
If the event is anything like last year’s fervent installment, attendees can expect a wallowing wonderland of extinction and bygone friends to be made. Excision will perform an exclusive b2b with Downlink, there will be late night camp parties, and three times as many dinosaurs.
More information and tickets are available here.
Seattle-based producer Fransis Derelle has released his debut EP, Pixel Paradise, on Flux Pavilion‘s Circle Records. The four track collection is no less than a trap masterpiece with infectious rapping dipping into commanding and intense drops. His sound is reminiscent of trap’s early days, with the focus on vocal progressions leading to the hard club drop.
Seattle Seahawks fans will likely recognize the EP’s second single, “Bang,” as one of the home game songs for the team. The four-track compilation is dynamic and fit for any trap lover, and fans can download the EP for free here.
Ever After Music Festival will be returning to Kitchener, Ontario for its fourth installment this June, and yesterday the festival dropped a stacked bass-heavy lineup. Basshead highlights include Excision going b2b with Datsik, Getter, Flux Pavilion, Illenium, and essentially the entire rest of the lineup. Claude VonStroke will be there bringing it in for the techno crowd adding some diversity of the lineup.
The festival will also have a waterpark, rides, and camping. Tickets can be purchased here.
Never one to mess around, Flux Pavilion is back once again with yet another hair-raising offering for his bass-loving fans.
Currently in the midst of his Around The World In 80 Raves Tour, Flux Pavilion still finds the time to cook up fiery new tracks in his lab. The Circus Records label proves that he is still at the top of his game with the release of two new hip-hop-infused tracks.
In “Stain,” listeners are greeted by vicious bars from Atlanta-based rap collective Two-9. The track devolves into bass-induced madness as thick 808 drums bring this hefty trap track to its climax.
Flux polishes off this two track EP with the manic and sonically eclectic “Saxophone Doom,” featuring Jace & Curtis Williams. With frenetic breaks and Chemical Brothers-style guitar ripping through this tune, it’s easy to imagine Flux sending dance floors into total pandemonium with this one.
These two hectic and heavy tracks serve as the perfect reminder of Flux Pavilion’s vaunted style and reputation as one of the most badass producers in bass music.