Excision’s 2016 Shambhala Mix arrives containing a massive arsenal of unreleased Excision tracks, the release of his track “The Paradox”, along with a 27 track compilation album.
Excision, the legendary Canadian DJ/Producer and unparalleled force in low end frequencies, has final- ly dropped his massively anticipated Shambhala 2016 Mix. Fans worldwide have been awaiting the re- lease of what will be Excision’s ninth consecutive mix coming from Shambhala Music Festival in British Columbia, which has become known as an annual showcase of the heaviest sounds in the bass music world. The mix is available to download now at www.excision.ca.
Excision’s 2016 Shambhala Mix has arrived ready to decimate speaker systems and rip its way through 80+ stacked tracks of bass music mayhem. The 2016 Shambhala Mix is jam-packed with an array of brand new Excision tracks including the previously unreleased fan-favorite “The Paradox” in addition to “Virus”, a relentless new tune and the title track of X’s newest LP set to release later this fall.
In addition to huge new collaborations with the likes of Datsik, Space Laces and Dion Timmer, the mix also features some of the heaviest new tunes in electronic music including dance floor favorite “Swipe My Swords” by The Frim, “B.A.T.man”, a monstrous new track from heavy hitting ATL duo Mantis, and also hosts the return of one of dubstep’s most-recognizable voices, and Destroid frontman, Messinian. With his largest upcoming tour announcement just weeks away, the 2016 Mix has arrived just in time to tide over music fans who like their low end loud.
In conjunction with the release of the mix, Excision has also put together a 27 track compilation album featuring a selection of songs featured in the mix, and some of the biggest bass music anthems of the year. Featured in the compilation are tracks and remixes from Zomboy, Barely Alive, Snails, LAXX & Brillz, Must Die!, Doctor P & Flux Pavilion, Lookas, Spag Heddy, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Bear Grillz and many others.
The 2016 Mix Compilation is available now on iTunes, Beatport, and all other digital retailers. Excision’s 2016 Shambhala Mix is available now for free download at www.Excision.ca