Blasterjaxx Tease XX Files – Festival Edition With Hot Single ‘Savage’

Blasterjaxx – ‘Savage‘ – After the stupendous XX Files collection blew our minds earlier this year with its potent mix of vocal anthems and dance floor bangers, Blasterjaxx has now returned with a second volume to delight their fans with: XX Files – Festival Edition. The first taste of this upcoming collection of big room tracks comes in the form of this new record, ‘Savage.’

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With tense synth plucks layered with low end grunts, ‘Savage‘ blossoms into a cascade of reverbed melodies as a percussive build sends the track into overdrive. A seductive French female spoken vocal signals the drop, wherein a frenzied, distorted hook plays out over tough percussive hits and rasping bass tones.

This is the sound of Blasterjaxx doing what they do best. The track was given a serious road test on Kingsday in Holland, where Thom played three gigs in one day with a little help from their very stylish helicopter.



Whethan Releases ‘Savage’ ft. Flux Pavilion & MAX

Whethan Releases ‘Savage’ ft. Flux Pavilion & MAX

Rising American producer Whethan presents his latest original single ‘Savage’, out now via Big Beat White label featuring Flux Pavilion and vocalist MAX.

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Featuring MAX‘s sultry vocals, ‘Savage’ parades synth melodies and pulsating drops escalating into energetic heavy-duty basslines – playing true to both Flux Pavilion and Whethan’s emerging sound.

17-year-old Ethan Snoreck recently dropped into the spotlight with his infectious future bass sound. Having gained early support from the likes of Skrillex and Flux Pavilion he’s amassed over 7 million global streams with his debut single ‘Can’t Hide’ feat. Ashe and follow up track ‘When I’m Down’ with Oliver Tree.

His massively popular remixes of Zayn’s ‘Pillowtalk’, Midnight to Monaco’s ‘Suicide’ and Louis The Child’s ‘It’s Strange’ have all gained over 2 million plays on SoundCloud, whilst his rework of Mssingno’s ‘XE3’ seeing over 7 million plays to date. Whethan took his music on the road this summer, playing several festivals including HARD Music Festival, North Coast Music Festival and Freaky Deaky to name a few.