Band Of Horses – The Funeral (Excision Remix) : Huge Melodic Dubstep Remix [Free Download]

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Band Of Horses Excision

Band Of Horses 2006 hit "The Funeral" is a classic and the bass king Excision has just given it the revival it was looking for with a smooth melodic dubstep remix. The song keeps the same tempo as the original but Excision includes heavy hitting drums and a melodic bass line that fits so perfectly in the drop you will for sure be replaying over and over. Excision has been nice enough to throw this out as a free download so listen below and grab the mp3! Enjoy

Band Of Horses – The Funeral (Excision Remix) | Free Download

Shambhala Music Festival Announces Game Changing Lineup Featuring Skrillex, Pretty Lights, Kygo, Big Gigantic, GRiZ & More

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Shambhala Music Festival that is located in Salmo, British Columbia, Canada that is known for being one of the most legendary festivals has just announced it's best lineup yet and may even compete for one of the best of the whole summer. The festival seems to have expanded its sound lineup wise featuring a wide cast of headliners from Skrillex to Kygo along with Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic, GRiZ, Thomas Jack, Mr. Carmack, Bakermat, Bonobo (DJ Set), Excision, Zomboy and many more! Others to keep your eye out for include Christian Martin, Coyote Kisses, CRNKN, GANZ, Haywyre, Shiba San and others. Shambhala is definitely a special festival and one you do not want to miss for all you festival goers. Grab tickets here before they're all gone. 

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

Win An Exclusive Excision SubPac System And Experience Bass In A Whole New Way

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The headphone market has completely revolutionized over the past few years letting you hear some of the most crisp sounds imaginable and even being able to even mildly feel the bass in music. But nothing happens to compare to truly feeling the music and bass when seeing your favorite DJ or musician in a live setting. The sound you feel at a club or festival hits your body in ways you can never experience in the comfort of your own home… that is until now.

Say hello to the Sub Pac, a device that lets you literally feel the bass like never before. You can either wear the device like a backpack or you can get the seated version to add to your favorite chair. Then once you hook it up through your music source, you then begin to feel the low bass frequencies of your favorite songs physically exploding on your back. The experience is one you really have to try for yourself to understand. 

We've teamed up with one of the kings of the global bass community, Excision, to give 4 lucky winners his very own limited edition SubPac system. The B.C. based producer / DJ has fallen in love with the devices and wants the world to experience them. 

Excision recently released his annual edition of Shambahla Mix series, which has become one of the biggest mixes in bass music. It is full of unreleased music that Excision plays out live for everyone to enjoy. 

All you have to do to enter to win 1 of the 4 SubPac systems is follow Excision on Soundcloud and re-post his most recent Shambahla below. 

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