[PREMIERE] KAOS Releases “Bitchcraft” Via Flux Pavilion’s Circus Records : Future Bass / Trap

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One of the pioneers of the Dubstep movement and founder of Circus Records Flux Pavilion is responsible for various lifetime dubstep anthems like "Bass Cannon" or "I Can't Stop". Today we hear the newest labelmate to join the Circus Records family, up and coming London producer Kaos. This is someone we featured years back with his single "Come Alive", and he has since matured into quite an impressive producer. Today we have the premiere of his newest release "Bitchcraft" from his upcoming "Theory" EP and it is the perfect fusion of future bass and trap with some smooth vocals on top to bring the track together nicely. Stream the full song below and grab the EP on iTunes March 2nd through Circus Records. Enjoy

Kaos – Bitchcraft

[TSIS PREMIERE] Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion – Get Me Outta Here (Shaun Frank Remix) : Future House / Deep House

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Flux Pavilion Steve Aoki Remix Art

Canada's Shaun Frank first exploded on our radar through a series of remix covers we premiered here at TSIS including Coldplay's "Magic" and The Neighborhood's "Sweater Weather" among others. Now the thriving producer has been making a serious name for himself as an original artist with his massive collaboration with Borgeous on "This Could Be Love." 

Well today we see Shaun Frank go back to his remix duties as he provides one of his most exciting yet with his version of Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion's recent collaborative single "Get Me Outta Here". Shaun takes the song in an exciting UK Garage inspired Future House direction that highlights the original vocals and melody perfectly. Listen to the premiere of this below and pick up your copy today on Beatport. Enjoy!

Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion – Get Me Outta Here (Shaun Frank Remix) | Beatport

[TSIS PREMIERE] Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion – Get Me Out Of Here : Melodic Dubstep Original

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Famed producer Steve Aoki approaches the release of his sophomore studio album Neon Future 1 and manages to drop off a brand new single alongside highly acclaimed bass producer Flux Pavilion that is set to blow up. "Get Me Out Of Here" has a cinematic nature to it as a change of pace dubstep foundation influenced by Flux Pavilion commingles with electro synth work provided by Aoki. You can listen to the world premiere below and pick up your copy on Steve's new album dropping September 30th, which you can pre-order your copy today! Enjoy

Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion – Get Me Out Of Here | Pre-Order on iTunes

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Flux Pavilion – Freeway (Flux Pavilion And Kill The Noise Remix) : Must Hear Surprising Chill Remix

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Almost a full calendar year has passed since the release of iconic bass heavyweight Flux Pavilion's Freeway EP, today we have news of a string of official remixes from the project making up a new remix ep. The first remix is a collaborative effort between Flux himself and fellow bass icon Kill the Noise as the two come together to add a new spin to the single "Freeway". With a surprising change of pace, the two producers cast trap drum effects on-top of the original dubstep structure to create something infectiously clever that highlights the original vocals just right. You can stream this remix below and stay tuned for the other cast of remixers apart the official Freeeway Remix EP before its October release. Enjoy

Flux Pavilion – Freeway (Flux Pavilion And Kill The Noise Remix) | Stream Only





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