Flux Pavilion Releases Stacked Remix Package For ‘Cut Me Out’, Listen Here

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Flux is one of the indisputable legends of bass music. His tracks such as ‘Bass Cannon’ helped create modern day dubstep. His production ever since have been inspired, influential and downright massive. ‘Cut Me Out’ was no different, hence why we expected a giant remix package for this monster track. Lucky for us, Flux and

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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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[Updated] Tomorrowland Begins to Announce Line-up for 2017

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The first wave of artists to hit the many stages of Tomorrowland has been revealed and there is no shortage of big names for the Belgium festival. Published via their social media accounts, Tomorrowland kept with their circus/carnival theme “Amicorum Spectaculum” and uncovered this year’s DJs via tarot cards that displayed a portrait of the artists

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[Daily Updates] Tomorrowland Begins to Announce Line-up for 2017

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The first wave of artists to hit the many stages of Tomorrowland has been revealed and there is no shortage of big names for the Belgium festival. Published via their social media accounts, Tomorrowland kept with their circus/carnival theme “Amicorum Spectaculum” and uncovered this year’s DJs via tarot cards that displayed a portrait of the artists

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Tomorrowland Begins to Announce Line-up for 2017

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The first wave of artists to hit the many stages of Tomorrowland has been revealed and there is no shortage of big names for the Belgium festival. Published via their social media accounts, Tomorrowland kept with their circus/carnival theme “Amicorum Spectaculum” and uncovered this year’s DJs via tarot cards that displayed a portrait of the artists

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Tomorrowland 2017 Announces First Round Of Artists

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Tomorrowland, one of the biggest electronic music festivals in all the world, has just begun announcing its artists for 2017. On the lineup will be:

Alison Wonderland | Alok | Armin van Buuren | Axwell Ingrosso | Chris Liebing
Claptone | 
Dave Clarke | Eats Everything | Edu Imbernon | Eric Prydz | Flux Pavilion
Frequencerz | Hard Driver | Jauz | Kölsch | Netsky | Nic Fanciulli | Oliver Heldens
Pan-Pot | Paul Kalkbrenner | Paul van Dyk | 
Roger Sanchez | Solomun | Sub Zero Project

Keep in mind this is just the first phase of artists. Tomorrowland is notorious for its excessively large lineups, and if the stage hosts are anything to go by, there’s going to be a lot of amazing music this year over two weekends.

Tomorrowland also announced the first artist for their Daybreak Sessions, generally sets that begin at noon and last approximately three hours. These slots usually go to more well-established acts, giving them an interesting opportunity to show off their flexibility and perhaps show the crowd a different side to their music.

This year’s first artist: Carl Cox.

 

H/T EDM Tunes

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The Entire EDM Community Is Wishing Skrillex Happy Birthday

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Every year, on January 15th, the dance music community celebrates the birthday of one of (if not the most) iconic figures within the space: Skrillex.

Today, Sonny Moore turns 29-years-young and EVERYONE is showing him love; from SiriusXM, to Slushii, Zedd, Marshmello, and more, we all have something in common to say today: Happy Birthday, Skrillex, and thank you for all you’ve done!

 

Photo: Rukes

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Reddit Users Find Skrillex Visuals That Might Suggest A New EP

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On December 30, Skrillex performed at Washington D.C.’s Echostage venue as part of a pre-NYE showcase for one of the city’s largest concert venues. During his set, a certain moment was captured by a Reddit user who uploaded the photo onto the official r/skrillex subreddit this week. The visuals captured in the photo almost identically mirror the album artwork from Skrillex’s 2013 Leaving EP, leading some to believe that a sequel is in the works.

The EP was released with an image of a black and white filtered street tunnel with sloping lights and illuminated walls. The iconic photograph was also used by Flux Pavilion on his 2013 Freeway EP, coming as one of the more recognizable images from the year in dance music. According to a photo taken from Skrillex’s December 30 set, however, it appears that the dubstep godfather still has it in rotation for his live show visuals.

The picture shows the freeway album cover in full form, complete with the sloping lights and black and white coloring. As the visuals played out, a brand new Skrillex ID was played out, according to the Reddit post. If the visuals were meant to coincide directly with the brand new track, some have said, it might mean that Skrillex is conjuring up a sequel to Leaving.

Check the image below, and look further down to watch an extended cut of his Echostage live set.

 

H/T: r/Skrillex | Image: Rukes

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Source: Reddit Users Find Skrillex Visuals That Might Suggest A New EP

Whethan – Savage (feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX)

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There’s a reason why we named the young producer, Whethan, as one of the ‘Best New Artists of 2016’.  This young buck from Chicago only has three official commercially released tracks; “Can’t Hide”, “When I’m Down” and his latest track “Savage”.  However, all three releases are gaining tremendous traction on Soundcloud, each already hitting the

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