Bass icon Flux Pavillion who has helped establish dubstep released his latest Blow the Roof EP which dares to go outside of his dubstep box. He brings electro house and breaks into the picture, with his own massive twist. This release further estblishes how forward thinking and versatile he is as an artist. Although he let out a good chunk of the release, hearing it all together really gives you the complete story he is trying to tell. We already got to sample The full version of “Do or Die” with Childish Gambino really blew me away and instantly became one of the my favorite from both Flux Pavilion and Childish Gambino . “Double Edge (ft. Sway & P Money)” is Flux’s spin on the breaks style which he proceeds to do a damn good job of it. He brings back “I Can’t Stop”, which was one of his most iconic track for a brand new “I Still Can’t Stop”. It recharges the classic bass hit with the perfect crunchy yet sublte rebirth. Every single track on here is truly remarkable, all working together to form a cohesive project that is easily the most impressive piece of work to date for someone who continues to pave the path for bass music worldwide. Grab a copy through iTunes and Beatport. Also listen to the Minimix that Flux sent over, and watch his live stream happening right now LIVE from 02 in London.
Flux and his team were nice enough to give us a Minimix featuring the entire EP in a quick 8 minute clip to let you sample the whole thing. You can hear a clip of each track mixed by Flux himself. Enjoy!
Flux Pavillion – Blow the Roof EP Minimix
BONUS LIVE STREAM:
Flux Pavilion is celebrating the release of his new EP by streaming a live DJ set at O2 Islington in London right now! He is playing the whole EP, as well as remixes, and other unreleased tracks! Turn this up and tune in! As Flux said “This is a celebration of the biggest thing he as ever done”. UPDATE: You can now watch the entire live stream here below! The live stream was a dope way to help kick off one of the biggest projects Flux has done to date.
Another day, another new Flux Pavillion single. “Starlight” is another new single off his upcoming Blow the Roof EP. It is also the secodn one of two tracks on the EP offering some impressive vocals from Flux Pavillion himself, the other being “The Scientist”. For Starlight, he delivers another full on melody driven dubstep anthem that fuses emotion and brutal bass seamlessly. The song reminds me a little of his iconic remix to Cracks – Freestylers. This is one of the highlights off the EP so far. Less then 2 days left till this massive release. Enjoy!
Flux Pavilion – Starlight
As we get closer, we get another cut from Flux Pavillion’s new Blow the Roof EP, coming out January 28th. “The Scientist” is incredible and might be my favorite off the release so far. It packs his massive melodic vibe with piercing sections to keep you on your toes. The vocals work so great with the track, and they are actually provided by himeslf! Look below at his tweet. Less then a week until the release of what is guaranteed to be a HUGE project. Don’t miss OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna) and I Feel It which have already been featured off the EP.
Flux Pavillion – The Scientist
Exciting news this is one of te two tracks that Flux Pavillion actually sings on. Look at his tweet here:
1 of 2 tracks that i sung on from the ep #blowtheroof
— Flux Pavilion (@Fluxpavilion) January 25, 2013
Yes.. “I Feel It”, another incredibly fresh cut from Flux Pavillion‘s newest project, Blow the Roof EP. We have already gotten a few cuts off this epic project set to release January 28th through Circus Records. For this track he takes steps outside of normal crunchy dubstep and creates a melodic electro house track yet still packs his heavy edge. It’s safe to say the Blow the Roof EP will be a one of the biggest bass fueled releases of the 2013. Enjoy!
Grab the Free Download of OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna) on the Blow the Roof EP
Flux Pavillion – I Feel It
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