One of the most influential artists in modern-day dance music, Skrillex, played a brand-new future bass track at Contact Festival last weekend. Luckily for us, an attendee recorded the entire moment and shared it for the world to enjoy.
In the clip you can see Skrillex (real name Sonny Moore) engage with the New Year's Eve crowd before turning down the house lights in order to have the venue illuminated by fans' cell phones. Moore then cuts into the new track mixed with the vocals from his remix of Benny Benassi's "Cinema."
First debuted at Fuji Rock in Japan, the song fans of Skrillex have dubbed "Fuji ID" features a gentle introduction which leads into a massive future bass drop riddled with some of his iconic choppy vocals. After coming back from his hiatus late last year, Moore has been teasing a number of exciting projects including new tracks, his work on the Kingdom Hearts III soundtrack, as well as the return of his supergroup with Boys Noize, Dog Blood.
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Stay tuned for more information on the release of the newest from Skrillex.
H/T: Dancing Astronaut