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Zeds Dead – Somewhere Else Remixes (Download)

Zeds Dead’s Somewhere Else Remixes are out today via Mad Decent, featuring new original cut “Collapse 2.0,” a VIP version of “Hadouken” remixed by the guys, and huge stack of other remixes from Valentino Khan, Sleepy Tom, Kove, Hunter Siegel, Nebbra, MSCLS, Neon Steve and Memorecks. 

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Zeds Dead – Bustamove (MSCLS Remix)

Zeds Dead - Bustamove (MSCLS Remix)
Zeds Dead – Bustamove (MSCLS Remix)

Zeds Dead has been pushing some serious classic house tracks, but when you think it can’t get better, it does. MSCLS come out with their interpretation of the track and give such a fuller and darker vibe that make it so bouncy and fun.


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Skrillex‘s critically-acclaimed Full Flex Express is making a comeback. The train first embarked during the summer of 2012, returning in 2015 with a star-studded lineup including headliners Skrillex and Diplo as Jack Ü, plus performances from Zeds DeadA$AP FergTychoKieszaHundred Waters, and a very special back-to-back set with Anna Lunoe and Mija. In the tradition of the original Festival Express tour, Full Flex will cruise across Canada throughout 8 days in July, making stops at some of the biggest venues in the country. In keeping with the spirit of collaboration set by the very first tour, Skrillex is partnering with Red Bull to provide a state-of-the-art mini studio in one of the train cars to inspire artists to create and collaborate. 

Full Flex Express was born in the summer of 2012 when Skrillex boarded a train in Toronto with a group of friends and set out across Canada. The artists lived and played together throughout the six show tour, inspired by the legendary 1970 Festival Express tour by The Grateful DeadJanis Joplin and The Band. Skrillex has led the charge in a 21st century reboot of that idea and brought a new generation of rock stars along with him. As a part of the Full Flex Express Tour’s ongoing partnership with Bridges for Music, a portion of the proceeds from each ticket sold will go towards helping purchase music equipment for local youth music programs in each city along the tour. More details to be announced towards the start of the tour.

It took 2 years for us to get this back on track and feeling great, we have one of the best lineups we could have ever hoped for.” – SKRILLEX


Wednesday, July 8th – Ottawa, ON – Ottawa Blues Festival *
Thursday, July 9th – Quebec City, QC – Quebec City Summer Festival * #
Friday, July 10th – Montreal, QC – Parc Jean Drapeau *
Saturday, July 11th – Toronto, ON – Echo Beach
Tuesday, July 14th – Winnipeg, MB – Adrenaline Adventures  * #
Wednesday, July 15th – Saskatoon, SK – Diefenbaker Park * #
Friday, July 17th – Calgary, AB – Prairie Winds Park
Sunday, July 19th – Pemberton, BC – Pemberton Festival *