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Eptic (real name Michaël Bella) has released his latest EP, Flesh & Blood, via Monstercat.

It features a slew of new music alongside his previously released collaboration with Dillon Francis, "Let It Go," and Bella continues to flash his sound design skill any chance he's given. Each track includes his signature sing-along dubstep drops, with standout track "Power" already making itself a fan favorite. "Violence" also makes itself known, highlighting Bella's diverse chops as a producer. Undoubtedly, this is Bella's biggest release yet. Fans and critics alike will certainly be pleased with Flesh & Blood

Bella has been steadily garnering a loyal fanbase since the release of his Eptic EP in 2011. Since, he's collaborated with incredibly notable dance music artists including Zomboy, Habstrakt, MUST DIE!, and Trampa. The Belgian producer's tunes are widely known and praised, such as his "Get With The Program" remix, his collaboration with DJ Snake, "Southside," and his remix of Dillon Francis' "Say Less." Catch Bella on tour with bass music heavyweight TYNAN this fall. Purchase tickets here.

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