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[PREMIERE] MUST DIE! Delivers Hard Hitting New Dubstep Single “Kill It Up”

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Now that the countdown to Never Say Die Vol. 5 has begun, we’re seeing all sorts of incredible tracks being released in preparation for the new compilation. Today heavyweight dubstep producer MUST DIE! Has shared his single off of the upcoming volume, titled “Kill It Up” we're excited to be premiering.

Still fresh off the success of his most recent EP, the Seattle-based producer continues to impress with this latest offering. And while “Kill It Up” is a bit of a departure from the light-hearted, video game-inspired sound MUST DIE! has been slowly evolving, characterized by sharp, distorted plucks, deep abrasive wobbles and a surprisingly chill and minimalistic break halfway through, we’ve got no complaints about this latest release. Check out “Kill It Up” below and keep an eye out for the full Never Say Die Vol. 5, dropping December 11. Enjoy!

Must Die! - Kill It Up

Skrillex & Must Die!'s Collab "VIP's" Receives Hard-Hitting Dubstep Remix From Must Die!

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Today Must Die! has dropped a dirty dubstep remix of his collaboration with Skrillex, “VIP's.” This tune follows up “Shibuya Overdrive,” the bass-heavy single we premiered last month. As with this and other releases, his remix of “VIP's” displays the stellar sound design and hard-hitting production we have come to expect from Must Die!

Must Die! keeps a few elements from the original, such as the “VIPs in the back” vocal sample and the white noise synth during the buildup. Instead of dropping the track with a house structure, however, Must Die! reimagines the original as a filthy dubstep banger. Broken, robotic synths screech atop heavy bass, with laser sounds and high-pitched vocals filling the spaces in between. Must Die! ties in punching kicks and snares with additional, machine-gun-like percussion that sputters into the foreground. Check out his remix of “VIP's” below and keep your ears open for this to make its way into heavy bass sets this Halloween. Enjoy!

Skrillex & Must Die! - VIP's (Must Die! Remix) 

[PREMIERE] Must Die! Shares Heavy Dubstep SIngle “Shibuya Overdrive”

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We at TSIS have been fans of Must Die! for quite some time. From his 2015 Neo Tokyo EP to collaborations with Skrillex and Habstrakt, the Seattle-based producer has continued to impress with his versatile production and intricate sound design. Today, we’re excited to have the pleasure of premiering a brand new track from the dubstep heavy-hitter, titled “Shibuya Overdrive”.

Fresh off his co-headlining Hyper Future Tour with Eptic and Gentelmens Club and multiple major festival appearances, Must Die’s latest offering comes as the first taste of his forthcoming EP Forever Digital, set to drop tomorrow (September 15). Starting off with a playful videogame-inspired synth melody, a quick rise and some vocal chops throws the track into a powerful drop filled with screeching wobbles, abrasive growls and glitched out drums. Check out “Shibuya Overdrive” below and make sure to keep an eye out for Must Die’s Forever Digital EP dropping on Never Say Die Records tomorrow. Be sure to check out his b2b set with LAXX at Snails' Sluggtopia Red Rocks show! Enjoy!

Must Die! - Shibuya Overdrive

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