HiJinx Festival unleashes destructive lineup with Bassnectar, Skrillex, Porter Robinson and more

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Bass music lovers rejoice—the lineup for you has landed. Hijinx Festival returns to Philadelphia this year with a killer lineup for December 27 – 28 featuring the likes Bassnectar, Skrillex, Excision going back-to-back with Slander, GRiZ, a DJ set from Porter Robinson, Zeds Dead and more. Additional firepower comes by way of talented supporting acts like bass up-and-comer Subtronics, Big Wild, CloZee, DROELOE, SoDown, Brainfeeder duo The Underachievers, and veteran talents like Zion I and Kittens

Last year’s roster included Bassnectar and ODESZA alongside GRiZ, Big Gigantic, RL Grime, and Illenium. Now building on that caliber of talent, this year’s cast of electronic heavy hitters look to close out the year with a rumbling wave of low end bass at the Pennsylvania Convention Center,

Tickets to this year’s festival are on sale starting Friday, September 13 at noon EST.

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Zeds Dead and Jauz Release Rattling New Collab “Shake”

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The long-awaited collab between Zeds Dead and Jauz is finally here. After samples of the track being teased all year, “Shake” is living up to the hype and its name. “Shake” is full of percussion explosions while also tying in dubstep and even some drum and bass sounds. Jauz revealed in an interview that about

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Zeds Dead and Jauz Reveal New Collab

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Zeds Dead and Jauz have teamed up yet again to bring yet another epic collab to our playlists. The pairs last collab was “Lights Go Down“, which came out in 2017. Zeds Dead took to social media today to reveal the news of their upcoming collaboration. It’s an epic Deadbeats x Bite This track named

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DUCKY enlists melodic dubstep for ‘A Place to Rest’ on Deadbeats

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DUCKY has had an explosive 2019 so far on the release front. After her full EP materialized earlier this year, she is now back in the mix with a new single titled “A Place to Rest.” The producer is known for the diversity of her productions, which range anywhere from dubstep, to hardcore, all the way to melodic pop.

“A Place to Rest” opens with heavily synthesized female vocals that pave the way for a kicking build. The listener could easily expect the track to fall into a melodic bass drop, but instead the song features an ethereal and chaotic collection of synths with retro dubstep undertones. In addition to the new music, DUCKY debuted a brand new live show setup at Lollapalooza this past weekend in front of thousands of fans. “A Place to Rest” is out now via Zeds Dead‘s imprint, Deadbeats.

Blunts & Blondes Remixes Zeds Dead’s “Lift You Up”

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Blunts & Blunts has released a new remix of Zeds Dead’s “Lift You Up“. Sound familiar? That’s because Zeds Dead has been teasing this remix for a while now at festivals like EDC Las Vegas and Electric Forest. After listening to this track over and over again during their sets, it’s great to finally hear the

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Duke & Jones Drop Massive Single “Vacancy”

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On a devilish tear through 2019, Duke & Jones continue to impress the most adamant fans in the music industry. With their latest release “Vacancy” the standards are bound to be through the roof. This track is an outstanding reflection of their signature production encompassing earthy/organic synth choices, & minimalist production, which brought them to

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Zeds Dead announces remix package with collaborative project on the horizon

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2019 is a big year for the bass-heads, as Zeds Dead is in full swing since teaming up with Delta Heavy on “Lift You Up.” The drum ‘n’ bass collaboration was followed by reworks of the Billie Eilish hit “bury a friend” and Diplo‘s “Close To Me,” as well as original collaborations with Dion Timmer and, more recently, DROELOE on “Stars Tonight.” However, fans learned over the past few months that these releases are leading towards something bigger on the horizon.

In May, the Toronto-born duo took to Twitter to announce a full collaborative project, confirming that “Rescue” featuring Dion Timmer and Delaney Jane would be included.

Rescue is off an upcoming project we’re putting out where we collaborate with a lot of our friends and artists that we play in our sets. The project kind of embodies the type of feel we’re trying to create with our label Deadbeats,” they wrote.

As label heads, they’ve been commended for building a unique roster of creatives from all over the electronic and bass music spectrum, including 1788-L, BLU J, Grandtheft, and more. With the synergistic work that’s come out of their Deadbeats imprint of late, there’s a lot to look forward to in the upcoming album. The boys took to Twitter to confirm a 10-track remix package for “Lift You Up” will precede the project.

The guys are clearly hard at work, continuing to tour the globe well into Fall 2019. Fans can catch performances at Tomorrowland July 19, HQ2 Beachclub in Atlantic City July 28, Veld Music Festival in their hometown come August, with more dates to come.

Zeds Dead To Release Album Full Of Collabs

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If you’ve listened to the last few Zeds Dead sets, you will have noticed that they have been teasing quite a few new collaborations. A few examples include Dion Timmer, Peekaboo, and Ganja White Night. Now, Zeds Dead has announced that they will be releasing an album dedicated completely to these collabs. And, with some

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Electric Forest 2019: A Life Changing Experience

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After selling out in five hours, Electric Forest 2019 was bound to be epic. I’ve only been going to music festivals for about a year, but after hearing so much about Electric Forest, I decided to dive in for the first time this year. The only thing I was going off of was what  I

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First Listen: Moody Good makes lurid Deadbeats debut with ‘Bite Your Lip’

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Moody Good (real name Eddie Jefferys) has spent the better part of the last decade coming up with deliciously wicked ways to approach dubstep, to considerable avail. After stepping outside his tenure with his former duo, 16bit, in 2014, he soon found a new home for his pernicious productions with the likes of OWSLA, wherein he released his self-titled debut album that same year.

Now he’s emerged from his low-lit dubstep den for another intuitive pairing, this time with the Zeds Dead-championed Deadbeats, for his latest track, “Bite Your Lip.” Jeffery’s debut on the flourishing imprint is a dastardly dub/trap one-two punch. “Bite Your Lip” makes its audacious aural attack with snarling synths, warped extraterrestrial-status bass, and a harrowing chorus of distorted vocals. If the track had teeth, they’d be full-on fangs.