When you see the name Flux Pavilion, chances are your mind instantly goes to the sounds of hard-hitting dubstep with unforgivably brutal drops found in tracks of his such as ‘I Can’t Stop’ and ‘Bass Cannon’. Easily one of the most influential producers to come out of the UK dubstep scene, Joshua Steele (Flux Pavilion) was even nominated by BBC for their ‘Sound of 2012’ award. After conquering the dubstep world, he moved onto exploring different sounds, working with a diverse set of artists such as Childish Gambino, Example and Dillon Francis to name just a few out of an impressive list. Going from strength to strength is a piece of cake for this powerhouse and his next release hits a homerun for fans across the board.
Keeping fans on their toes with what genre he will delve into next is a huge part of what makes him so unique as an artist and with ‘Surrender’ it seems like the next genre to get the Flux Pavilion magic touch is future bass. Collaborating with Next to Neon and A:M for extra producer insight and beautifully sung vocals, ‘Surrender’ feels like it was picked straight from an alternative dreamy, magical world. The light synths deliver a blissful feeling which melt into a drop that ties the entire track together perfectly.