Finally. The highly, highly-anticipated collaboration from Flux Pavilion and Dillon Francis is here.
So all you up-and-coming producers: take notes. This is a collaboration at it’s finest. Two massively niche sounds, merged by two unbelievably talented artists, creating an original masterpiece that can only be defined in two words: Flux PaDillon.
After Lollapalooza, we watched this duo absolutely demolish the Aragon Ballroom. You see, the Bleach Bros (as we’ve coined them) are not only two of EDM’s hottest DJs – they’re two of the industry’s legitimate pioneers. “I’m The One” will be featured on Flux Pavilion’s upcoming, five-track EP, Freeway (tentative release date of October 21).
Opening with that flashy, ominous Flux chime – “I’m The One” becomes pleasantly unpredictable, building the anticipation for a break that blurs the margin between funk and bass. The simple, powerful, and uniquely synthesized vocals fade into an aggressive melody that’s best described as ‘Dillon-esque’. The chorus drops into the quintessential moombah, arena-house melody that Francis remains infamous for. And with a kick of British bass, “I’m The One” becomes even more awesomely chaotic.
Since World War I, the U.S. and Great Britain have proved to be dominant allies; international powerhouses that fuse brainpower and combine resources for the betterment of themselves, and the world around them.
I guess some things never change.