Subtronics debuted a new collab with NGHTMRE during his set at Nocturnal Wonderland over the weekend. Luckily for those who didn't get to see it in person, Subtronics (real name Jesse Kardon) posted a short clip of the tune for all to enjoy.
Unsurprisingly to anyone familiar with the duo, the track is decidedly heavy. Overwhelming bass spaced out in such a way that sounds like giant footsteps threw the crowd into a fit of rage as pyrotechnics helped drive the tune home.
The beginning of the clip features the iconic "call 911 now" vocal sample made famous in Skrillex's track "First of the Year (Equinox)." It's unclear if this is just mixing or if the duo will be paying homage to the classic dubstep tune. It's worth noting that Kardon added "WIP" (work-in-progress) to the title of the video, meaning the finished product may be a bit different than what we hear today.
Neither Subtronics nor NGHTMRE have announced a name or release date for the upcoming collaboration.
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