This music video is dope as hell, just like the audio was when it first dropped. The extremely far-out, trippy, animated futuristic visuals are the perfect ‘vision’ for the out of control combination of sounds and feels by this group of next level producers. I’d really love to see more collaborations by these four, shit
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As thousands of dance music fans made their way onto Holy Ship this year, no one expected quite the b2b excursion as this one. While we’re used to seeing rare alter-alias performances, Josh Pan decided to go back to back with Louis The Chil, A-Trak, and Hotel Garuda during Holy Ship 2018. In addition to
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Josh Pan has a legitimate gift. The man first rose to popularity in the dance music world when he started a Twitter thread involving a ridiculous erotic fan fiction between Jai Wolf and Ghastly. He was inspired to do so after a borderline stupid Twiiter feud that saw everyone from Moe Shalizi to the Diplo
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FLY adds stabbing synths and looming bass to “nowhere,” ramping up the track’s mysterious tone with trap elements. Elusive producers josh pan & X&G released the original via OWSLA back in January, and FLY reimagines the tune in his own high-voltage style. FLY has previously released music on Cracked Recordings, Gravitas Recordings, Sleeveless Recordings and more.
Check out his new remix below.
Following Skrillex’s release of his production with Damien Marley & Ty Dolla $ign, Skrillex will officially release a remix of Ekali’s hit single “Babylon.” The song was originally teased in early September by Ekali during his DJ slot at Bumbershoot Festival. Just yesterday (September 19th), Ekali tweeted that he will be releasing the official Skrillex
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Mysterious OWSLA-signed producer josh pan has released “Give It To Ya” featuring ABRA, accompanied by a stunning visual that takes place in a futuristic underworld. Created by French visual artist and director Quentin Deronzier, the protagonist of the “visualizer” undergoes a series of preparative transformations before returning light to her people.
The android queen in the new video compliments ABRA’s sensual vocals and the track’s pulsing bass. “Give It To Ya” follows the artist’s last release, the 14 minute “you wouldn’t understand” featuring dylan brady, judge and lewis grant. With an idiosyncratic style and a continued air of mystery, josh pan is proving to be one of electronic music’s most interesting emerging artists.
Josh Pan — a producer affiliated with the Skrillex co-founded OWSLA label — has shared a new song called “Give It To Ya,” which is a collaboration with ABRA. The futuristic song comes with an appropriately innovative visual that was created by Quentin Deronzier and features an imposing figure inspire a massive change. Watch and … More »
There are dance music’s resident experimentalists; forward-thinkers like Mr. Carmack, Flying Lotus, and Aphex Twin holding down the ever-expanding boundaries of electronic music. Then, past the far edge, way out there in no man’s land, you have the emerging enigma of NYC-based producer Josh Pan. The OWSLA recruit is producing some of the most unique bass music out there right now, and his breakout offering alongside X&G, “Platinum,” has garnered ubiquitous support from Skrillex, among others, all year long. Now the track finally has the equally off-kilter visuals it deserves with the release of the Liam Underwood-directed official music video.
From props to principles, everything gets a platinum paint job in the new music video for Josh Pan’s primal jungle bass monster. “Platinum” is a strangely unabashed slice of pure chaos that makes you want to beat your chest along with it. Now, with a metallic music video to accompany the track, you can break out your spray paint and do just that.