Pegboard Nerds Unleash Cinematic New Anthem “Try This”

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Scandinavian duo Pegboard Nerds have really carved their own lane in the bass scene with non stop releases, including recent hits like "Bring The Madness" featuring Excision or their single "BADBOI" amongst many more. Today they continue their streak with a brand new release called "Try This". They have taken their signature drumstep sound and infused it with a cinematic James Bond style that makes it feel like you are listening to the start of an edm action movie. You can stream the full song and pick up on Beatport below through our good friends at Monstercat.

Pegboard Nerds – Try This | Beatport

Excision & Pegboard Nerds Team Up For Extra Filthy “Bring the Madness”

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Excision Pegboard Nerds Bring The Madness

One of the heaviest and biggest names in bass music, Canada's Excision, has linked up with Scandinavian duo Pegboard Nerds for a massive bass collaboration to set the year off. "Bring The Madness" brings out the melody driven high paced edge you can expect from the nerds meshed with the signature overly brutal sound you can expect from Excision. The vocals from Mayor Apeshit provide an interesting touch and help offset the intense rollercoaster ride of a production. Enjoy!

Excision & Pegboard Nerds – Bring The Madness | iTunes

[TSIS PREMIERE] Zomboy – Nuclear (Album Version) : Powerful Drumstep Original

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UK bass powerhouse Zomboy is coming in hot with a brand new release before his upcoming album The Outbreak drops next week via the prestigous Never Say Die records! The producer has become known globally for crafting an impactful blend of bass styles since his inception, and TSIS is bringing you the world premiere of his latest single "Nuclear". A high pitched synth pattern is warped and twisted across a bass fueled dubstep meets drum & bass styled drums and bassline. This is one of those bass anthems that will have you moving uncontrollably with enjoyment. Stream the single in its entirety below and preorder Zomboy's new album today that is available August 4th! Enjoy

Zomboy –  Nuclear (Album Version) | Pre-Order Album on iTunes

Pegboard Nerds x Misterwives – Coffins : Heavy Drumstep Original [Free Download]

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Pegboard Nerds cap off one hell of a 2013 with a new twist on Misterwives┬ásultry indie single “Coffins“. The duo flex their creativity by delivering a powerful combination of drumstep meets trap & bass, while Mandy Lee’s voice shines bright throughout the reengineered beat. Sink your teeth into this clever rendition by streaming the track below and grabbing a free download as well! Enjoy

Pegboard Nerds x Misterwives – Coffins | Free Download

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