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EXCISION Releases New Tracks with Space Laces Today

EXCISION Releases New Tracks with Space Laces Today

In the midst of his current headline tour, Canadian dubstep trailblazer EXCISION engages full-blown aural annihilation with not one but two new singles, "Destroid 7 Bounce VIP" and "Destroid 10 Funk Hole VIP." The tracks are available now on Beatport, iTunes and other digital retailers via Destroid Music, and they signal the next phase of the producer and artist's electronic dance music conquest.

Teaming up with Louisville, KY-based producer and artist Space Laces for both "Destroid 7 Bounce VIP" and "Destroid 10 Funk Hole VIP," the two songs see North America's premier dubstep sorcerer cast his most potent spell to date and make for a fitting follow-up to the duo's last collaboration "Get Stupid." This also continues their promised series of singles that began in November 2013.

"Destroid 7 Bounce VIP" builds from a horror movie-style soundscape into chopped-and-screwed dubstep madness augmented by an anthemic refrain bound to tear a hole through any dance floor. Then, there's "Destroid 10 Funk Hole VIP," which elevates tense synths through an explosive catharsis of electronic energy and organic spark. You can also hear "Destroid 10 Funk Hole VIP" onSoundcloud's main page right now. EXCISION cuts through genres and emerges with an intoxicating amalgam all his own.

Right now, he's destroying venues across the states and Canada alongside supporting acts Dirtyphonics and Ill Gates. The live show itself proves to be downright revolutionary incorporating both 150,000 watts of PK sound and the return of the 28 foot wide, 15 foot tall mammoth video and lighting installation known as The Executioner.

This custom crafted stage production was specifically designed for EXCISION's 3D video mapped visual sequences as he DJ's both music and video live on stage. The Executioner is fully recharged and returning as EXCISION's on-stage bass bunker, complete with brand new 3D visual animations displayed across its 420 square feet of surface area. This technological audio video monstrosity is equipped with various sliding panels and pneumatics to hide lasers, fog machines, an extensively upgraded lighting system and more than a few surprises you have to see to believe.


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