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Zeds Dead Drop House Track, “I Took A Ride,” Ahead of 3-Night Colorado Run

THE DEADBEATS DUO ARE SET TO PERFORM AT A SOLD OUT
RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATER TWICE, PLUS THREE ADDITIONAL SETS OVER AS MANY DAYS THIS 4TH OF JULY WEEKEND

Nearly 13 Years into their careers, Zeds Dead continue to prove they are among the most innovative and influential artists in electronic music. Ahead of their return to Devner, CO for the 8th Deadrocks, an annual stint held down by appearances at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater, the Deadbeats duo are treating fans to a brand new single.

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This Friday, July 15th, Zeds Dead release, “I Took A Ride,” a house track that marries their wistful sentimentality with the amorphous musical direction they’ve helped pioneer in for today’s bass music scene.

Zeds Dead has helped define vintage dubstep sound in America; popularizing the genre in the late 00s out of Toronto. Generations of artists count the Canadian duo among their biggest inspirations, fueled by the creation of the Deadbeats and Altered States labels. Deadbeats has become a widespread home for the idea of North American dubstep, while playing host to a diverse cast of artists and styles of bass music. This openness to explore culture trends and work with its creators led to the birth of Altered States, which further adventures into a wide array of sonic stylings like house music.

 Further cementing their status as bass music’s finest, Zeds Dead is set to take on a 5-set, 3-night run in Denver this upcoming 4th of July weekend. The annual event not only includes sold out back-to-back nights at Red Rocks, but an outdoor Jamboree and 2-set gig at the renowned Mission Ballroom.

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