Flux Pavilion releases two-track hip-hop EP
Never one to mess around, Flux Pavilion is back once again with yet another hair-raising offering for his bass-loving fans.
Currently in the midst of his Around The World In 80 Raves Tour, Flux Pavilion still finds the time to cook up fiery new tracks in his lab. The Circus Records label proves that he is still at the top of his game with the release of two new hip-hop-infused tracks.
In “Stain,” listeners are greeted by vicious bars from Atlanta-based rap collective Two-9. The track devolves into bass-induced madness as thick 808 drums bring this hefty trap track to its climax.
Flux polishes off this two track EP with the manic and sonically eclectic “Saxophone Doom,” featuring Jace & Curtis Williams. With frenetic breaks and Chemical Brothers-style guitar ripping through this tune, it’s easy to imagine Flux sending dance floors into total pandemonium with this one.
These two hectic and heavy tracks serve as the perfect reminder of Flux Pavilion’s vaunted style and reputation as one of the most badass producers in bass music.