Bass | Flux Pavilion’s “I Can’t Stop” Gets A New Face With Focus Fire Edit

Posted by on February 15, 2019

Who doesn’t like a new twist on an old favorite? That’s exactly what Focus Fire deliver in their release that came out recently, the duo are known for throwing down some serious bass while not ignoring the melodic side of the soundscape; a little bit of both come together on this latest one, a remix of Flux Pavilion’s “I Can’t Stop.” The releases SoundCloud play count already speeding up rapidly.

Focus Fire have been on their A-game lately, tackling shows just as much the music, alongside a lot of unique work going on on the back-end. Their hustle being expressed through the achievements they lock down. Focus Fire are ones to keep an eye one, in particular if you like bass.

Bass | DJ SNAKE – Turn Down For What (Dotcom’s Retwerk)

Posted by on February 3, 2014


Just when you thought “Turn Down For What” was dead, Dotcom brings this anthem back to life with his signature style heavy hitting sound. Coming off a huge past couple of months, Dotcom recently signed to Circle Talent Agency home to Flux Pavilion, Crizzly, & Protohype, and more! With touring now in the mix, it’s safe to say Dotcom is about to have a big year.



Events | Moonrise Festival 6/8 – 6/9

Posted by on April 17, 2013

Moonrise Festival

Baltimore’s bass heavy Starscape Festival has been known for showcasing up and coming talent, mixed with some established names in the bass heavier end of dance music — all at a great price. However, the creators of Starscape decided that after 14 years it needed a makeover to bring it up to speed with the bigger is better festival culture here in America. The festival has expanded from its traditional one day format to 2 days, 12 hours each day at the Sun Park in downtown Baltimore.

This expansion and rebranding has brought new names and sounds to the lineup, from trance to hip hop, to the more traditional sounds of electro and dubstep. Big names like Eric Prydz, Datsik, Pretty Lights, Doctor P, Paul van Dyk, Porter Robinson, Nero, Flux Pavilion, Krewella and more will be gracing the stages in Baltimore that early summer weekend. So get your tickets now and get ready for the beginning of the festival season with an under the radar festival worthy of your consideration. Click past the jump to see the full lineup poster. Is it summer yet?




Dubstep | R Rated #61

Posted by on January 25, 2013

Sorry for the delay on R Rated again guys, but we had a lack of free tunes again this week and just needed to wait a bit more for the goods. To kick off R Rated we got this sick preview from Flux Pavilion’s upcoming EP of a track that seems to have him on the vocals. The track is entitled The Scientist and has that awesome old school Flux Pavilion vibe that everyone fell in love with. Only 4 more days until the EP releases so keep your eyes peeled.

Mach and I posted this track a few weeks ago on R rated talking about how badly we wanted this track and the fact that we would never get it. Well we were wrong, because after getting spammed Trolley Snatcha decided it was time to give it away. I can’t imagine as to why he wouldn’t finish such a monstrous track and release it on an EP.

Next up is an absolute grimey, dirty, gritty track from Getter. This track is filthy on so many levels its hard to describe. I honestly don’t know how else to describe this track besides that it nearly rips your ears to bits from its tearing mid range basses. On another note, Getter’s collaboration with Protohype is a little bit strayed from Getter’s usual style and leans more toward a more melodic and festival style track while keeping some grime.

Formerly known as Deadpool Dubstep, Ommi has just released his Mutant EP yesterday and just to push the EP up the charts a little more, as a side gift if you buy the EP and send him a screenshot of the purchase you can also gets this heavy track. Its a tribute to his old alias and its a banger.

Here are a few more track and previews for you guys to enjoy. Read on.


Dubstep, Featured, Preview | Roksonix – Ready To Rumble [PREMIERE]

Posted by on December 15, 2012

It seems we have one more hot preview to premiere before the release of “The Shady Bunch” compilation EP tomorrow from Circus Records, featuring tracks from Doctor P, Flux Pavilion, Roksonix, Funtcase, Cookie Monsta’, and many more. Roksonix has been on an absolute roll this past year. They finally had released their fire remix of Nero’s “Me & You” and their new “Dog FIght” EP has been a great success. Roksonix has the fight in them to reach the top and “Ready To Rumble” is just more proof that they are here to stay and continually make an impact on the industry. This may be the end of Roksonix 2012 year, but we can only imagine what they have in store for us in 2013. “The Shady Bunch” EP drops tomorrow exclusively through Circus Records. Don’t miss out on this awesome compilation of tracks and musicians.


“The Shady Bunch” Track List

Roksonix – Ready to Rumble

Mizuki – Damn F*#cking Right

Flux Pavilion & Skism Ft. Foreign Beggars – Jump Back (VIP Mix)

FuntCase – Ghosts

Roksonix – Music In Me (Doctor P Remix)

Cookie Monsta’ -LMFA… NO

Genetix – Chimneys

Brown & Gammon – Disco Music

Dubstep | Major Lazer ft Flux Pavilion – Jah No Partial

Posted by on October 22, 2012

Major Lazer’s reign of influencing the EDM scene with their Island/Reggae style continues with their latest release and collaboration with the one and only, Flux Pavilion. We first got a real glimpse of this outstanding tune through Skrillex and 12th Planet’s back to back set at UMF, when this tune took the internet by storm. After sorting out all the details and figuring out this was a collabortion between the two heavy hitters,  all we could do was wait for some sort of release date and more audio of the track. Diplo is one of those artist who likes to relay a message into his tracks through whatever method possible and in the video provided below, he gives us a little overview as to why he chose the acapella for this Johnny Osbourne classic. This bouncy track definitely exhibits styles from both artists and turned out to be an amazing tune. Grab this track off of Beatport HERE.

Trap | Flosstradamus – Lana’s Theme

Posted by on June 4, 2012

I had to choose between seeing Flosstradamus and Flux Pavilion this Friday in Austin, and although Flux’s show was amazing, I wish I could travel back to see these guys tear the stage up. Hearing good things about their live shows and the energy these guys bring, made me frustrated I had to miss them. Releasing their highly anticipated interpretation of Lana Del Rey’s “Video Gamez”; these guys absolutely smashed it. I have never wanted to bob my head to a song so much before this track came around. It is tough to not enjoy their music when they are bringing together a fusion of electronic and a hint of hip-hop.