It seems like since its conception, Skrillex’s new record label OWSLA has been primed to take over the EDM world. The label’s first release was Porter Robinson’s “Spitfire EP” which essentially crashed Beatport’s site, then came Zedd’s “Shave It” and M Machine’s “Promise Me a Rose Garden EP,” both of which were massive releases. Up next comes the “Kill Kill Kill EP” from Kill the Noise; a ten-track album including six originals and four remixes from the likes of Dillon Francis, Alvin Risk, Brown & Gammon, and Koan Sound.
According to other big-name bass music artists, such as Figure, this release is a “game changer” and you definitely aren’t going to want to miss out on it. The EP is set to drop tomorrow, and if previous OWSLA releases are any indication, you might want to get it early because it probably won’t be long before Beatport is overwhelmed by the Skrillex army, yet again.