Hot off the heels of their epic performance at EDC Las Vegas, Dirtyphonics surface on Disciple with a massive EP rammed with four dubstep-fueled burners sure to be snapping necks all summer long. Known for their ability to flex on the drum and bass side of the dancefloor, when the French-duo turn their attention to the dubstep side of things they never disappoint.
From aptly titled tech-driven smashers like “Trauma” and “No Mercy” to the heavy metal destruction that PhaseOne brings to the table on the epic collaboration known as “Last Stand,” the post-apocalyptic fire spitting out your speakers is some of the best that Dirtyphonics has put down.
Still, nothing can prepare you for the face-melting impact of “Deconstruction.” The cinematic intro is worth the price of admission on its own but when the growls start climbing out from the shadows and the beast starts stomping its way towards the black heart of the tune proper, you know it’s on. Switchback after switchback keep things in the red throughout so consider yourself warned before diving into this one without a crash helmet in place.
Out now on Disciple so bow down and lock yours in here.