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April 14, 2021
April 14, 2021
Spooky season is officially upon us and what better way to ring it in than with a new track from the Deadbeats boys. But truthfully, there are no words to accurately represent the Canadian duo Zeds Dead. Their sound and presence has haunted the world in such a charming way it’s hard to find someone who hasn’t heard of it. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or only know the name through singles like their remix of “Eyes On Fire,” there is no denying the power these two have within the scene. A power that allows them to encompass all variations of bass music, recognize talent via their label Deadbeats, and create breathtaking productions over and over again. Dylan Mamid (DC) and Zachary Rapp-Rovan (Hooks) are masters of their craft, which seems to blend and twist with every changing wave of EDM.
This year, specifically, there are some exciting things in store. Teasing new music, getting ready for non-stop shows, and the massive amount of collaborations already, Zeds Dead is terrifyingly relevant. Their latest single with Funkin Matt featuring Fiora makes us all “Feel So” good about the future of Zeds Dead. Taking on not-so-deep house vibes while edging toward techno territory, “Feel So” maintains the Zeds Dead bass we know and love. Drums cascade us down the piano beats and high pitched vocal entrances to force listeners into a whirlwind of spins and head rolls. “This shit’s getting real.” Returning to Spinnin Records, listen to “Feel So” below.
DC and Hooks have already announced their DeadRocks show for next year while dropping a short video teasing new music only a few days after. Fans are buzzin’ over each and every announcement that its almost impossible not to keep adding their tracks to every new playlist they create.
And in just a few short weeks, we get to experience a special spooky Deadbeats Halloween in Albuquerque. Playing alongside Ghastly, Tisoki, and um.. on October 25th, DC and Hooks are about to haunt us all with their deadliest bass. Grab tickets if you dare.