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Circus Records figurehead Flux Pavilion calls on the talents of emerging bass music star Eliminate for the fresh, stylish sound clash that is “Party Starter.”

This song goes hard. I mean are we surprised? The high pitch drop goes in like a machine gun. Get ready to break some necks. 

 The distinctive methods found in Eliminate’s breakout hit “Snake Bite VIP” has seen support pour in from scene heavyweights such as Skrillex, Flosstradamus, The Chainsmokers, NGHTMRE, Excision, Bassnectar and many more, all wanting a taste of the signature sound that has seen him sign with the respected Disciple Records and earn sets at EDC Las Vegas and a forthcoming Australia/ New Zealand tour.

2018 has been another hallmark year for Flux Pavilion, as well as headlining clubs and festivals all around the world, his “Earwax” project showcased a deeper, more thoughtful side to his musical identity that along with his innovative live shows demonstrate a complex and innovative talent always striving to push himself and the scene forward. With upcoming festival appearances including a headline set at Excision’s Lost Lands and a B2B set with Snails at London’s SW4, this year is far from over.

Bass heads rejoice and get this party started.

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