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Zeds Dead and Jauz ‘Shake’ things up once again on seismic collaboration

Zeds Dead and Jauz are a triage of producers who need no introduction. The Canadian duo and Bay Area bass house solo act are still riding a tidal wave of success from 2018’s “Lights Go Down,” which has received official remix treatments from everyone from Peekaboo and Subtronics to Gentlemen’s Club, Sikdope, and more. Now the cross-continent production unit have come together once again on a tectonic new single, “Shake,” out now on Deadbeats Records.

Combing elements of drum n’ bass, dubstep, electro, and plenty of earthquake bass, “Shake” showcases the trio’s true mastery of genre-blending techniques. It’s no secret Zeds Dead and Jauz love each other’s company. The three have made countless b2b appearances over the past year at a number of high-profile festivals like HARD Summer and Ultra Miami. In fact, the Deadbeats and Bite This! bosses debuted the track together while out in Miami last spring. Now comes the fully-mastered version of “Shake,” with its crystal clear bass lines, earth-shattering wubs, and absolutely seismic potential to shake festival grounds everywhere this fall.

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Written by Ryan Morse

Information seeker. Dog lover. Ph.D. drop out. I'm probably at Bassnectar.
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