Zeds Dead Drop New Mix For ‘DEADBEATS RADIO' Episode 2

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Zeds Dead have been on fire this summer, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The duo just celebrated a successful fourth annual Dead Rocks event, where they teased a masterful new collaboration with Illenium, much to the excitement of attendees. Just prior to this they announced a massive tour that will bring a music festival-caliber level of artists around the country with them, with the lineup varying based on the city. Today Zeds Dead have kept their momentum with DEADBEATS RADIO #002, the second edition of Deadbeats’s radio show, which aired yesterday on SiriusXM’s Electric Area Channel.

The show was once again hosted by Zeds Dead themselves, with the duo taking listeners on an hour-long journey of both heavy and chill tracks. The two weave in a handful of their own songs, such as their remix of “Slow Down,” but mostly keep the attention on various other producers’ releases, like Feed Me’s epic remix of deadmau5’s “Strobe” and Boombox Cartel’s single “Jefe.” Altogether the mix is an impressive collection of popular songs, throwbacks and some lesser known material. Check it out below and enjoy!

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Zeds Dead Just Announced Deadbeats - The Tour Feat. Mija, Mr. Carmack, NGHTMRE & More

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Zeds Dead must never sleep. Lately it seems like the Canadian duo are continuously up to something. It’s only been a year since they announced their Deadbeats record label and have since have released dozens of tracks, a debut album, multiple remix EP’s and even label compilation. Now, they’ve proceeded to outdo themselves yet again by dropping a bombshell of an announcement without warning: Deadbeats - The Tour.

This 12-city international tour starts today and will be headlined by Zeds Dead themselves while also featuring special guests at each stop. Some of the artists performing on the tour include Anna Lunoe, Ghostface Killah, Unlike Pluto, Ghastly, Ookay (Live) and many, many more. The lineup is pretty insane so be sure to check out the full tour lineup above and don't miss this if you can make one of these shows. Enjoy!

[PREMIERE] Champagne Drip Shares Euphoric New Single “Millennia” ft. Hollis

Champagne Drip Millenia

We at TSIS have been a fan of rising producer Champagne Drip for quite some time now. In the past we’ve shared the LA-based artist’s future bass single “Bubble Reef”, his grimy remix of Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE's "Need You" and of course his melodic dubstep hit “The Vision” (back when he was still producing as SPL). Now, following his official remix of Zeds Dead & Diplo’s “Blame”, we have the pleasure of premiering Champagne Drip’s first single of 2017, released via Deadbeats and titled “Millennia” ft. Hollis.

For his latest offering, Champagne Drip has teamed up with Seattle/LA-based singer Hollis for a chill, future bass-inspired track. “Millennia” starts off with a gentle, atmospheric pad before slowly layering into some soft percussion and Hollis’ captivating vocals. A simplistic rise progresses the song into a euphoric drop filled with pulsing synths, slow-rolling bass and a bright arp. Check out “Millennia” feat. Hollis below and keep an eye out for Champagne Drip’s Millennia EP dropping soon. Enjoy!

Champagne Drip - Millenia (Ft. Hollis)

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