Filthy, face melting, pants ruining - those are just a few adjectives used to describe the title track of Flux Pavilion's upcoming album, Blow The Roof. Like many people, I lost my mind the first time I heard it on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio1 show in December and, subsequently, I have been telling anyone who will listen that it is already one of the best tracks of 2013. A bold statement, maybe, but a month has passed and my feelings have not wavered about this moombahcore masterpiece.
Within the first thirty seconds of "Blow the Roof" you know it isn't an everyday bass production. After a minute and a half, you've experienced the drop, your mind is blown and you've lost all control of your body. By the end, you're exhausted, confused, and ready to do it all over.
Flux Pavilion is well known for producing huge dubstep tracks, but clearly he should spend some more time at 110 BPM because "Blow The Roof" does just as it claims and, in doing so, announces Flux's forthcoming album - set to release on January 28th - with a boom.