Mastadon, a 17-year old dubstep prodigy from Sydney, Australia, has released his new EP Decimate. The new release is out via Never Say Die’s imprint Black Label.
Sydney-based DJ and producer already accumulated support from the bass music community in his country, including both, fans and fellow artists. Starting at only twelve years old, he is already experienced, with a lot of time still in front of him.
With its explosive bass and tons of energy and aggression, Decimate EP is not for the faint-hearted. Blending explosiveness of the early 2010s dubstep with a modern approach, Mastadon is a unique phenomenon on the scene today. Although still very young, he's not afraid to dig into the darkest realms of the genre.
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