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DATSIK Releases Light The Fuse (Remixes)

North American dubstep pioneer DATSIK presents “Light The Fuse,” another bass-fueled track that promises to wobble, kick, and wobble some more. The track, featured on DATSIK’s full-length debut album Vitamin D available now Dim Mak Records, is now part of a remix package that includes two unreleased, trap-inspired remixes from his friends and fellow bass producers Terravita and Sub Antix. Barely out of high school, DATSIK inked a deal with Excision’s Rottun Recordings. He released a series of successful singles and EPs and rose to prominence as a leader of the underground dubstep scene in North America. After collaborating with the legendary Korn on The Path of Totality, he toured the U.S. with the group. Then, 2012 saw him release Vitamin D via Dim Mak Records featuring the epic single “Evilution” [Featuring Jonathan Davis of Korn & Infected Mushroom]. Other releases on Dim Mak include Vitamin D single “Fully Blown” featuring Snak The Ripper.

If you don’t know Datsik by now, you best be learning. Datsik has been taking the dubstep scene by storm, blowing up dance floors around the globe with his original style of hip-hop future-tech bangers. In 2009 alone, Datsik had over 7 number one releases on Beatport, and vinyl sales through the roof on many other sites such as Chemical Records, Red-Eye and Juno. Aside from that, he has also done remixes for some of the biggest names in the scene such as the Crystal Method, Freestylers, Bassnectar, Noisia, Diplo, the Wu-tang Clan, and Apex from the critically acclaimed Lifted Music label; not to mention countless collaborations with some of the hottest producers in the scene. With multiple anthems under his belt, countless plays from some of the biggest DJ’s, and an endless perseverance to reach that next step, it is safe to say that Datsik has proven himself to be one of the best dubstep artists around…

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