Yet Another Song To Add To The Impeccable Flux Pavilion Library

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Joshua Steele (aka Flux Pavilion) is considered a one-man orchestra who continues to create new branches on the dubstep tree. His high drum and bass patterns instantly engage eardrums around the globe. Its intense construction and his uprising within the electronic dance music scene refuses to settle considering he’s made magic happen without a full-length album. I swear the United Kingdom breeds dubstep geniuses, just like Sweds create house phenomenas.

Yesterday, Flux Pavilion released the official music video for the single “Daydreamer,” featuring Example of Circus Records. It’s a tedious situation attempting not to sound like Flux Pavilion publicist when explaining the ample amount of talent this kid possesses. This track consists of drum and bass patterns that will definitely have heads bobbing. The range is there, the power is there…simply put this is another song to add to the impeccable Flux Pavilion library. I’ve always advocated that vocals can make or break a track but Example’s vocals kicks this track to a new level, especially the lyrics. “Escape to another world, live for another day,” while the synths overload the ears with musical magic. For years, Flux Pavilion has introduced the world to his abilities, remixing tracks like “Cracks,” featuring Belle Humble by The Freestylers and “Gold Dust” by DJ Fresh. Let’s not forget his summer anthem “Bass Cannon,” which continues to hype crowds at clubs and music festivals. His track “I Can’t Stop,” got sampled by hip-hop heavy weights Jay-Z and Kanye West for the track “Who Gon Stop Me,” off Watch The Throne. He’s always constructing solid build-ups which breakdown beautifully and the flow of his tracks are always on point, basically Flux Pavilion is my cup of tea in the realm of dubstep.

Flux Pavilion will perform at Coachella in April; I encourage all to check out his set. Watch the video below.

BTW, there isn’t a set release date for Flux Pavilion debut album.