Flux Pavilion is treating fans to another track off of his upcoming Blow The Roof EP with “I Feel It.” It’s the fourth track he’s shared so far from the eight track EP, each showcasing a different skill set. “I Feel It” is glitchy and reminiscent of an old school video game, but still features sprinklings of his signature dubstep sound. We anticipate Blow The Roof will be one of the bigger releases of the year, perhaps acting as a gateway drug to new sounds. The EP is due out in full on January 28th via Flux’s Circus Records label.
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