Illenium (real name Nicholas Miller) debuted an edit of Ekali and 1788-L's upcoming track "R U I N" at a recent show. It was packaged with a section of Miller's tune "Reverie" and the result is an uplifting mashup consistent with the epic nature of his live performances. 

The gentle vocals set the scene before Miller unleashes a frenzy of synth leads and bass upon the crowd. Although the clip shows only a portion of the edit, it's safe to say it will make for a fine addition to his arsenal. 

Illenium has hit the ground running in 2019, with the release of his track "Crashing," appearances at Ever After and the Indy 500 Snake Pit, and more. 

Ekali has been teasing an upcoming collaboration with Skrillex, and has played the aforementioned collaboration at a recent show opening for Rezz.

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Although no release date has been revealed, it is reported that the original version of "R U I N" by Ekali and 1788-L will arrive soon.

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