Flux Pavilion + Meaux Green Collab
Dubstep and electro-house producer Flux Pavilion teams up with Meaux Green for their new track “Call to Arms” released on Circus Records. Flux is the co-boss of Circus Records, which he started in 2009 with his lifelong friend Doctor P. The new track is his first release of 2018 and is only leading up to what he has in store for the year.
Flux has already headlined Belgium’s Rampage in front of 15,000 fans. Meaux Green kicked off his career with his huge releases of “SoundKillaz” and “KO” last year. “Call to Arms” is about to be the next favorite song for any bass or trap-head out there.
Call to Arms
The collab track is a big tune guiding into the big plans Flux and Meaux have lined up this year. “Call to Arms” hits all the feels for the bass heads as well. It mixes bass drops and smooth synths paired with melodic tunes to sustain high energy.
Joshua Steele, best known as Flux Pavilion, first took the name back in 2008. As a DJ as well as label-owner, he has performed at festivals such as Coachella, EDC Vegas, and Electric Forest. His career launched majorly with his tracks “I Can’t Stop” and “Bass Cannon.” In 2009, he co-founded the label Circus Records with the artist Doctor P.
Named the “Next Big Sound” by Billboard Magazine, Meaux Green is just getting started. His music taste falls under current dance-music with an influence of hip-hop.
Not only has he been working on his own new music this past year, but he has also remixed several songs for artists all over the board, including Louis The Child, DJ Snake, and The Chainsmokers. He is also currently working on his sophomore album which will be released later this year on Circus Records.
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