Seven Lions & Jason Ross Team up on ‘See You Again’ EP
January 11, 2022
January 11, 2022
For one of the UK’s most explosive dubstep producers, 2019 has been an enormous year. Finding home on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records with his latest EP release, Razor Blades, and taking the stage at his first-ever Lost Lands, fans are reeling in Tisoki’s ground-shaking beats and world stopping success. Since he dropped his debut track back in 2013, Tisoki has made giant strides toward furthering his career and solidifying his place among fellow dubstep artists. The consistency in his forward-thinking sound is daring, but Tisoki balances a healthy dose of roaring dubstep monsters with slamming drops, mid-tempo beats, and even future bass elements. The Razor Blades EP houses all of these different styles in a 5-track compilation that truly goes off. Out now on Dim Mak Records get ready to swoon and headbang all at the same time below.
Full of melody-driven tracks that transition seamlessly into some of the hardest drops out there, Tisoki’s Razor Blades EP is a cutting edge experiment of sad boy vibes, dubstep, and future bass. The first two tracks, “Razor Blades” and “Relate” featuring Watgood take on a Heaven Trap vibe. Lyrically driven to make crowds sway before driving a dagger of hard bass in our face. We slow down with the deep future bass tune “Don’t Lie” featuring KARRA before reaching “Suffer,” a nuclear banger that’ll all make our necks do just that. Wrapping up the EP with “Cell Phone,” Tisoki drops hints of some bass house vibes while still making heads roll.
The Razor Blades EP is sure to land on every bass heads playlist as they amp themselves up for Tisoki’s appearance on stages across the country. After Lost Lands, he’ll be touring every week and one of those stops will be at Deadbeats Halloween in Albuquerque. Get ready to see him on October 25th alongside Zeds Dead, Ghastly, and um.., a powerhouse lineup of spooky music if we’ve ever seen one. Grab tickets here.