Eptic releases monstrous new dubstep cut, ‘Stop Pretending’
Eptic‘s first release of the new year is upon us. The talented Belgian producer has tapped powerhouse label Monstercat for his 2021 launch with a relentless dubstep original titled “Stop Pretending.” Eptic has long been regarded as a forward thinker and staple of the bass music scene, releasing hits on labels like Never Say Die and collaborating with icons such as Dillon Francis and DJ Snake for years now. As the scene becomes increasingly oversaturated, Eptic is a name that listeners can always count on to deliver something fresh, and “Stop Pretending” only extends this pattern.
The single opens with a repeating vocal that slowly builds tension for an aggressive buildup. Streamers will be ecstatic to find that the song’s first break features all the elements of a classic Eptic dubstep tune. Flexing his signature sound design centered around tight drums, Eptic evokes an earlier era of dubstep while still adding a welcome modern twist. Stream “Stop Pretending” below.
SHUT THE HELL UP COMPUTRON 😠 pic.twitter.com/Arb1n4rKm6
— MAIN OVERLORD 😈 (@Eptic) January 11, 2021
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