Enigmatic producer Deathpact has sent dance music fans down the rabbit hole with his/her/its string of obscure messages and imagery.
The latest track from this mysterious figure is titled "End of Time." As its bass line chugs along, the listener descends further into the abyss. The chaotic swirling of bass and distorted vocals lead to an overwhelming yet danceable track perfect for a dimly lit dance floor.
Since Deathpact was featured on Rezz' track "Life and Death," keen-eyed listeners have been sent on several scavenger hunts propagated by the anonymous producer.
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A new website developed for the project features a scannable QR code with a custom Instagram AI filter.
With every release from Deathpact comes another clue to the artist's true identity. Listeners who visit Deathpact's Facebook Page are immediately greeted by a banner that reads "THERE'S NOTHING HERE," almost calling upon them to dig deeper.
Brave listeners who want to learn more about Deathpact are encouraged to call (917) 283-2750 to learn more. At the time of writing, the line rings until it goes to voice mail - but then the same number texts you back the words "What are you looking for?" It remains to be seen whether callers will receive future updates from the automated number.
The zip code "917" belongs to New York City, and when the entire number is plugged into a phone number spelling website, the words "dark" and "rave" constantly appear.