MUST DIE! Cranks Up Flux Pavilion’s “Emotional” To A Whole New Level

MUST DIE! Cranks Up Flux Pavilion’s “Emotional” To A Whole New Level

Flux Pavilion blew the electronic music world away with his wonderful Tesla LP about a month ago and today MUST DIE! has taken one of those tracks and seriously cranked up the bass. MUST DIE! uses Matthew Koma’s vocals flawlessly and what begins as an “Emotional” ballad, (apologies for the crap pun) quickly turns into a flurry of growls and heavy synths that could have only originated in the wild mind of MUST DIE!. This is getting released 12/4 on the always fantastic Circus Records, with what is hopefully some form of a Tesla remix album. Until then rinse/repeat the stream and enjoy.

Flux Pavilion & Matthew Koma- Emotional (MUST DIE! Remix)

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