This past weekend at Buku Music + Art Project was an eventful one for Skrillex. Not only did the Los Angeles DJ/producer reunite with his former post-hardcore band, From First To Last, but he also performed a set alongside Boys Noize as Dog Blood. Now, he's revealed that new music from the latter outfit is almost here.
It's no secret that the duo have been toiling away in the studio, but this is the first indication they've given of a time frame. In no uncertain terms, Skrillex (real name Sonny Moore) took to Twitter to let his fans know that the wait is nearly over.
For that matter, diehard Dog Blood fans surmise that the duo included new music in their Buku set. A video clip captured at during their performance contains what appears to be an as-yet-unreleased ID.
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Being that Los Angeles promoters Brownies & Lemonade were the first ones to alert the EDM world to Dog Blood's upcoming music, it stands to reason that their Miami Music Week warehouse party this Thursday, March 28th could serve as a platform for more track debuts. Joining Dog Blood on the lineup are What So Not, Whethan, 1788-L, A-Trak B2B Anna Lunoe and more.