Jauz may be the poster child of the bass house genre, but he's teamed up with two dubstep tastemakers on a track that may mark something of an upset. On his Bite This! imprint, the Los Angeles DJ/producer has released a Zeds Dead collaboration that goes by the title "Shake."
The trio succeeded in delivering a heavy dubstep track that tastefully incorporates melody without sacrificing distinctive headbanger appeal. "Shake" walks a fine line between these two paradigms similar to that of the timeless classics that propelled the genre into mainstream popularity nearly a decade ago.
Jauz (real name Sam Vogel) saw the kind of career breakthrough that most DJ/producers could only dream of following the runaway success of his definitive 2014 bass house single, "Feel The Volume." Zeds Dead (real names Dylan Mamid and Zachary Rapp-Rovan), on the other hand, formed in 2009 and rode the wave of the dubstep explosion at its height in the coming years.
Stream or download "Shake" across platforms here by way of Bite This!.
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