Back in early September, we put up the eponymous single Lines in Wax from Flux Pavilion’s then-forthcoming EP. The British producer (real name Joshua Steele) is well-known in the dubstep world for his raw, ear-splitting sound. If that sounds bad, one listen to his famous remix of Gold Dust should give you the right idea. Well, now that the full release of four tracks is here, I insist that you take off those headphones, turn up the sub, and let em’ rip.
Hold Me Close and I Can’t Stop are both solid tracks that come at you straight out of Flux Pavilion territory. The former is an intense drumstep ride, while the soulfully vocalized latter is probably the most familiar sounding to fans. Haunt You, however, is a deep and fidgety serenade of step beats. It sounds like Nero material, but with a raw Flux bassline.
Keep your ears on Flux Pavilion; he’s one of the most active dubstep producers out there, having already released two remixes in the couple weeks since he released this EP.