San Holo celebrates 10 years of Flux Pavilion’s ‘I Can’t Stop’ with acoustic rendition [Watch]
10 years ago when Flux Pavilion released his classic dubstep hit “I Can’t Stop,” the electronic music scene was forever changed. “I Can’t Stop” is largely responsible for pushing bass music into the mainstream eye. Quickly approaching 100 million streams on Spotify one decade later, the seminal single catapulted Flux Pavilion to international stardom, and paved the way for the follow-up single “I Still Can’t Stop,” from Pavilion’s iconic 2013 EP, Blow The Roof. Now, to pay tribute to the legendary tune as it realizes its 10th anniversary, Bitbird Records label head San Holo has shared an acoustic version of what is arguably Pavilion’s most celebrated track.
In a video uploaded to Twitter on October 17, Holo can be seen strumming away at his guitar, delivering the closest thing to a live rendition possible. The video has since gained widespread recognition on the social platform, leading even Pavilion himself to comment on Holo’s commemorative effort.
Whether San Holo delivers an official recording is yet to be determined, but in the meantime, fans can play the uploaded video on repeat to get their acoustic fix. Dancing Astronaut extends its enthusiastic congratulations to Flux Pavilion on 10 years of “I Can’t Stop.”
I am so honoured by this— Flux Pavilion (@Fluxpavilion) October 17, 2020
its beautiful. took me from 40% – 75%
I wholly endorse a studio recorded version for my live sets https://t.co/14PZuhCTtA
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