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Watch Dog Blood's Full HARD Summer Set

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It was major news when it was announced that the legendary duo behind Dog Blood would be headlining HARD Summer Music Festival. Now, we get to relive the iconic set thanks to a YouTube account that has uploaded the set in its entirety. Skrillex and Boys Noize have been super successful at promoting the resurgence of Dog Blood by teasing new material via Instagram and announcing joint shows via Twitter. So, to be able to watch the madness they created at HARD Summer gets us pumped to continue to follow these two. 

The set is exactly what you’d hope with nonstop in-your-face house music. Paired with devilish red and white lighting, Dog Blood put together an electric performance for everyone fortunate enough to attend HARD Summer…. Just as we expected. We’ll be up-to-date on all Dog Blood related news so make sure to check back, but in the meantime Enjoy!

Dog Blood - HARD Set

Dog Blood Tease New Music & Announce Webster Hall Closing Performance

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Skrillex and Boys Noize have kept us in suspense this summer for their highly-anticipated Dog Blood reunion. Over the last few months, the super-duo has announced their headlining performance at HARD Summer Music Festival and taken to Instagram to tease new music. Today we’ve been given a double-header of Dog Blood news ahead of Hard Summer this weekend. 

Skrillex is set to play the final show to close out NYC’s Webster Hall; today he’s announced that Boys Noize will be joining him there for the only other Dog Blood performance this year. Boys Noize also had his own bit of Dog Blood material to share—a short video of one of their upcoming collaborations. Though only five seconds in length, this Dog Blood teaser reaffirms their bouncy house style and has us excited for impending releases. Check out the Dog Blood teaser below and enjoy!

Dog Blood's "Shred Or Die" Receives Incredible New Remix From Rising Producer Hex Cougar

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Hex Cougar is an artist to keep an eye on with his tracks capturing the essence of both melodic euphoria and heavy impact. His recent remix of Kaskade and deadmau5’s “Move For Me” is a prime example. For his latest effort, Hex Cougar has remixed Dog Blood’s track “Shred Or Die,” which leans more toward the grimier side of things.

From the get-go, we can tell that Hex Cougar has drawn inspiration from Dog Blood in this remix, with a quirky, upbeat intro complete with laser samples and tribal drums. Instead of the metal guitar progression from the original, he drops the track with a huge, distorted bass that tears through subtle, white noise. He brings back the vibe from the intro while continuing with another dirty, percussive bass synth to tie it all together.

Here’s what Hex Cougar had to say about his remix: “dog blood is one of my favorite EDM supergroups of all time, and in honor of them reuniting soon i wanted to release this lil flip i did of one of their best songs.” Hex Cougar, the Dog Blood fan that he is, has undoubtedly seen their recent announcement that they are working on new material. Maybe they’ll drop Hex Cougar’s “Shred Or Die” remix at their Hard Summer set next month. Check it out for yourself below and enjoy!

Dog Blood - Shred Or Die (Hex Cougar Remix)

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