UK-born bass producer Flux Pavilion has a new album on the way, and to get ready, he’s revealed a brand new single, International Anthem.
The track, which premiered via BBC Radio 1 host Mistajam, is a mind-blowing dubstep cut that recalls the sound’s dub reggae roots, slamming them up against a wall of wholly modernized and wheezing synthesized noise. Dancehall toaster Doctor is on the track, his vocal appearance removing the epic nature of drop-heavy dubstep. Instead of wobbling and dropping, the track bears a half-time groove meant for swaying to the heaviest and loudest of irie vibes than for peak-hour moshpits.
International Anthem is one of 10 tracks off the as-yet-unnamed album, which is “almost done.”
New album is nearly done, currently 10 brand new tracks with a large dealing of dance floor potential. Now I need a name for it . . . . .— Flux Pavilion (@Fluxpavilion) April 18, 2015
Though no title or release date has been mentioned, more news will be reported when officially announced.