For those of you who can’t wait to get your hands on Flux Pavilion’s forthcoming EP Blow The Roof, the producer is offering one of its tracks ahead of the release date. Flux seems to be stepping into trap territory with “OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna),” further evidence of the genres growing power. The tune got its first plays during Electric Zoo 2012 in Flux and Doctor P’s set and Knife Party’s, respectively. All you have to do to redeem your copy is head here and enter in your email — as easy as OneTwoThree.
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