Dubstep and bass enthusiasts alike have all been affected by the musical creations of UK producer extraordinaire Flux Pavilion. Ever since unleashing the almighty 'bass cannon' on a generation of new electronic music fans, the hype has never ceased to end when news of new material comes out. Having delivered a well received album titled 'Blow The Roof' earlier this year, Flux Pavilion returns to lime spotlight with massive bass focused five track Freeway EP.
The album starts of with hypnotically fresh blend of dubstep and electro as Flux Pavilion partners up with Dim Mak founder Steve Aoki to create 'Steve French'. Then comes the collaboration which kicked off the 'Freeway EPs' buzz as Dillion Francis and Flux produce a moombasston heater 'I'm The One' that contains a perfect combination of hard hitting dubstep with electro/moombahton synths. Both 'Gold Love' and 'Mountains and Molehills' feature Flux's signature bass line builds and heavy drops as fellow Brit's Rosie Oddie and Turin Brakes soulful vocals shine bright on each track respectively. The self-titled 'Freeway' which showcases a downtempo synth pattern and soft bursts of bass sounds like an ending track to close out ones set. In its entirity, Flux Pavilion 'Freeway EP' delivers yet another fine example of his overall control of bass patterns and drops, leaving him in a league of his own as Flux continues to stamp his authority on the bass world and dubstep genre. Listen to the exclusive full stream of the EP below and pick up your copy through iTunes now.