Yesterday, Excision gave fans the opportunity to relive his two-hour Lost Lands 2019 set in all its glory. He has now revealed that an entry to the tracklist of the set was a collaboration between him and none other than Downlink.
An excited fan demanded to know more about the ID via Twitter. Being that Excision (real name Jeff Abel) is a man of the people, he happily divulged the details. "Time to Resist," as it's apparently titled, resulted from collaborations between Abel and Downlink (real name Sean Casavant).
The ID can be heard at 19:30 in the set below.
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Abel has emerged as a beloved figure in the bass music community for bringing artists like Dion Timmer and Wooli up with him via collaborations. Perhaps the Lost Lands ID indicates that Casavant is next on the list.
Neither Abel nor Casavant have disclosed an official release date for "Time to Resist" at the time of writing.