English DJ/producer Flux Pavilion (Joshua Steele) has been following a creative tangent from his hard-hitting dubstep found in tracks of his such as “I Can’t Stop” and “Bass Cannon”. After conquering the dubstep world, he moved onto exploring different sounds, working with a diverse set of artists such as Childish Gambino, Example and Dillon Francis. He keeps his fans on their toes with a mixture of his classic aesthetic and crossover-friendly releases. His versatility as a producer is exactly what has kept him at the top for so many years. Now he’s delved into future bass with his newest track “Surrender” featuring Next To Neon and A:M, out now via Circus Records.
Flux Pavilion is no newcomer to melodic territory. His latest hit singles include “Somebody Else” with GLNNA and “Room To Fall” with Marshmello and Elohim. “Surrender” is an upbeat and airy melodic dubstep piece with a smooth flow, euphoric progressions, and infectious vocals. It contains blissful future bass vibes throughout with light synths that melt into a drop that ties the entire track together perfectly. The only element of “Surrender” that even remotely hints at dubstep is the drum patters, whereas the synth work overhead almost likens it to trance. The vocals give the track a distinctive singalong appeal, guaranteeing plenty of main stage play in the remainder of this year’s festival season.
Stream “Surrender” below!