Zeds Dead have a way of crafting heavy dubstep tunes that retain an undeniable charm. Their newest release is direct evidence of this, as DC and Hooks take on Marina and the Diamonds’ “Lies.” In classic Zeds Dead fashion, the remix opens up with piano bars wrapped in copious reverb. As the production picks up, Zeds Dead unleash their signature wailing bass. Rolling hi-hats throughout the track tease trap influence, but the track remains as dubstep-oriented as ever. In the same manner as their remixes of “Eyes on Fire” and “Wild Heart,” Zeds Dead adeptly balance an engaging female vocal with blistering bass. Pick up the track for free from Soundcloud.
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