Circus Records head honcho Flux Pavilion is known for dabbling in diverse genres during live performances, spinning everything from dubstep, to trap, to tribal dance and beyond. Taking this mantra to the studio, Flux has unveiled a preview for an upcoming track entitled “Blow the Roof,” a menacing moombahton original. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the Circus Records exec take an interest in the 110-112 bpm genre. Earlier this year, Flux’s partner in crime Doctor P collaborated with Dillon Francis on their moombahton track “Music is Dead.” It’s refreshing to see dubstep artists taking a stab at new genres. Flux’s “Blow the Roof” will be released on January 28th on Circus and Big Beat Records as part of Flux’s forthcoming Blow the Roof EP.
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