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
Flux Pavillion has been hard at work on his newest Blow the Roof EP and decided to let loose a single off the project, with free download! “OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna)” is a fierce anthem laying down bass like I have never heard before. Flux manages to convey such melody and emotion in every one of his agressive screech filled productions. This is a song that will give your subs a thorough workout. He is asking you enter your e-mail to grab this free download. Turn this up, enjoy!
Flux Pavillion -OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna) | Direct Download
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Flux Pavilion and Skism feat Foreign Beggars – Jump Back (VIP Mix) : Massive Dubstep / Trap Remix [TSIS PREMIERE]Posted in Bangin by nick | Tags: Dubstep, Flux Pavillion, Foreign Beggars, Remix, SKisM, Trap
Today I am really excited to bring the premiere of a simply massive new remix off the new upcoming Circus Records compliation The Shady Bunch (Artwork above). Today we have a massive new official VIP Mix the track from Flux Pavillion and Skism featuring vocals from Foreign Beggars “Jump Back”. This new VIP Mix from Flux Pavillion takes on a Trap influence, ending up with one of biggest tracks I have heard all year. This is stream only, and will be coming out on The Shady Bunch compilation featuring the full cast of bass heavy artists on Circus records coming out on December 16th. Enjoy!
Flux Pavilion and Skism feat Foreign Beggars – Jump Back (VIP Mix)
Buku Music & Art Project 2013 Lineup + Details : Kid Cudi, Calvin Harris, Passion Pit, Kendrick Lamar, STS9, Nero, Flux Pavillion, Big Gigantic & More!Posted in Bangin, Events, Premieres by nick | Tags: Best Coast, Big Gigantic, Buku, Buku Music & Art Project, Calvin Harris, Flux Pavillion, Kid Cudi, Major Lazer, Nero, New orleans, Passion Pit, Primus 3D, STS9
Easily one of the most enjoyable festivals of this past year was Buku Music & Art Project which took place in New Orleans last march. The festival had an intimate vibe being under 10,0000 people, and took place right on the water at Mardi Gras World, the famed warehouse / shipyard that all of the insane Mardi Gras floats get built at year round. The uniquely set festival also boasted a jaw dropping lineup which featured Skrillex, Wiz Khalifa, Avicii, Diplo, Big Gigantic, Porter Robinson, Big K.R.I.T., and Wolgang Gartner among others. With so many of the aritsts from last years lineup exploding in size, I coudln’t help but wonder how they could possibly match the lineup.. Well look below and you will see they more then matched it, it might be even better! The festival will be returning to New Orleans in 2013 for the weekend of March 8th and March 9th. We are excited to be partnering up with Buku again for 2013! Tickets go on sale for Buku 2013 this Friday, December 7 at 11:00 a.m. CST.
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So Major Lazer continues to showcase Diplo’s incredible fusion of reggae and modern electronic elements fit for mass appeal. We get another new track off of Major Lazer Frees The Universe with “Jah No Partial”, a collaboration with Flux Pavillion, brings a harder even more bass heavy edge not typically seen with Major Lazer. The two sides of the world come clashing for the perfect collaboration. I can’t imagine who this track wouldn’t appeal to. We can not wait until their newest Listen below, if your in the UK grab through iTunes, US will have to wait. Turn this up, enjoy! Don’t miss the free J. Cole x Major Lazer’s “Get Free Cole World”.
Major Lazer – Jah No Partial (ft. Flux Pavllion) | UK iTunes
Flux Pavillion’s recent “Daydreamer” single complete with music video is looking like it’s going to be one of the big songs of 2012. Now we get ar remix from Jack Beats, the high energy UK. They leave the smooth intro, then let it drop to some heavy fierce club friendly basslines that just make you want to move. Turn up the bass for this one, enjoy!
Flux Pavillion ft. Example – Daydreamer (Jack Beats Remix) | Pre-Order
Flux Pavillion is back with a music video for his latest HUGE collaboration with vocals from Example. This track that dropped a few weeks ago is the perfect dubstep anthem, packed with tons of bass, yet not too filthy. This is the kind of dubstep that you could hear on the radio. It has catchy vocals, and amazing buildups and drops. It’s a real sick video with some great shots of Flux Pavillion and Example and some big crowds. Turn up the bass for this one, enjoy!
Flux Pavillion ft. Example – Daydreamer | Purchase Only
Say hello to the new massive dubstep anthem from Flux Pavillion and Nero, of Nero’s latest ‘Must Be the Feeling’. This was one of my favorite tracks off of Nero’s Welcome to Reality album, and this remix does it justice. Flux Pavillion teaming up wit the creator of the track adds up for a very massive collaboration. This gets released on March 4th with some other remixes to be announced, you can snag the low quality rip to tide you over until then. Make sure you have some good speakers or headphones, turn up the bass, enjoy!
Nero – Must Be The Feeling (Flux Pavillion & Nero Remix) 128 Sample Until Released
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Lights All Night Festival Ticket Giveaway + Exclusive New Music from Savoy, Paper Diamond, Big Gigantic, Dada Life, Tiesto and MorePosted in Bangin, Contests, Events by nick | Tags: Big Gigantic, Crizzly, Dada Life, Doctor P, Flux Pavillion, Griz, Knife Party, Paper Diamond, Porter Robinson, savoy, Tiesto
Today I’m excited to bring you news on one of the sickest electronic music festivals taking place this New Years Eve on December 30th and 31st in Dallas, TX. The festival is packed full of talent ranging from Tiesto, Flux Pavillion, Diplo, Big Gigantic, Girl Talk, Ghostland Observatory, Paper Diamond, and a ton more. This lineup is so stacked, see the entire full lineup below, and it’s good from top to bottom. We’re are proud to announce that we are a proud media partner of the event, and they’ve been nice enough to give us a few pairs of tickets to give away.
Below are some brand new unreleased tracks and some exclusive downloads of some previously released tracks, enjoy!
Lights All Night Music Sampling
Savoy – Killi | Download
Paper Diamond – Better Things | Download
Big Gigantic – Nocturnal | Download
Porter Robinson – 100% In the Bitch | Stream Only
Crizzly + Kids At The Bar – Like Dat | Download
Mission Impossible (Tiesto Remix) | Download
Dada Life – Kick Out The Epic MotherF*cker | Stream Only
(Pendulum DJ Set) Knife Party – Fire Hive | Download
GRIZ – Rock N Roll | Download
Flux Pavillion & Doctor P – Superbad | Stream Only
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Flux Pavillion is back with another new anthem level remix. He took the single ‘Midnight Run’ by Example and pumped it full of high energy bass. It’s got the unique piercing Flux Pavillion sound. He’s defintely one of my favorite producers in the game, and always amazes me. This track has so much energy and just make you want to move. Turn up the bass for this one, enjoy!
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