While winter storm Nemo tears its way across the northeast, Zeds Dead has taken to unabashedly tearing things up in the studio, all for your listening pleasure. Designed to keep you raging on these next few cold and lonely nights while that dastardly snow flexes its muscles, this latest mashup from the dubstep kings will no doubt help you stick it to that pestering cabin fever and will let it know exactly where to send all of its depressing woe. Comprised of blistering tracks from a range of artists including Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Zeds Dead themselves, and more, the hour long “Snowstorm Mix” is sure to keep you moving on your feet and generating some serious heat for every last second, which may be necessary for those of you who end up losing power.
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