New York duo YOOKiE have been busy ensuring that their name lingers on bass fans’ lips for more than a moment.
Two weeks ago, Zeds Dead released their debut album, Northern Lights. Today, they are back to share a new video for their single – Too Young.
Zeds Dead have released their highly-anticipated debut album Northern Lights via their own Deadbeats label. Zeds Dead enlisted artists such as Rivers Cuomo, Pusha T, Jadakiss, Styles P, Charlotte OC, Elliphant, Diplo, NGHTMRE, Dragonette, and Twin Shadow amongst others.
One week ahead of the release of their debut album, Northern Lights, Zeds Dead have unveiled – Too Young. The single is built around an irresistible piano line and features a candy-coated hook from Rivers Cuomo paired alongside verses from Pusha T. The unlikely pairing is a perfect illustration of the facility with which Zeds Dead blend disparate influences in a unique and compelling way.
Our Artist Of The Month for October 2016 have got their name from a cult movie of the 90s, their music is as unorthodox as the movie, and this Canadian duo have delivered absolutely sensational music time and again. That’s right, our AOTM for October is none other than Zeds Dead.
Zeds Dead have unveiled a Chris Yee-directed video for their hit single “Blame” which is a collaboration with Diplo and Elliphant.
Zeds Dead are back today to share new single “Blame”. The song, which is a collaboration with DJ/producer Diplo and features Stockholm-based singer Elliphant, is available now via Zeds Dead’s Soundcloud and will be available at digital retailers tomorrow. The single comes on the heels of the duo recently sharing details of their forthcoming Northern Lights album and fall tour of ...
Zeds Dead announce their debut album, Northern Lights. The album will feature an array of collaborations including but not limited to Pusha T, Diplo, Elliphant, Twin Shadow, Rivers Cuomo, Jadakiss, Styles P, and more to be revealed. The record will be released on the duo’s newly formed Deadbeats label.
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