Hailing from Belgium, Eptic had the urge to begin producing at the ripe age of fourteen years old. His unique artistry and sound are what make this talented producer stand apart […]
Hailing from Belgium, Eptic had the urge to begin producing at the ripe age of fourteen years old. His unique artistry and sound are what make this talented producer stand apart from the rest. He’s been a staple of the Dubstep scene for years and continues to impress us with each and every release.
In 2018, Eptic teamed up with DJ Snake unveiling their successful track “SouthSide” garnering over eighteen million streams via Spotify. In 2019, Dillon Francis and Eptic released “Let It Go” showcasing a different sound that resonated with an even larger audience. Following those two smash singles was an onslaught of Dubstep releases from Eptic, coming to us through Monstercat.
Today, Eptic is back, returning to both his fans and Monstercat with “Shadow People”. The new banger is accompanied by a thrilling video. An eerie shadowy figure is looming over Eptic as he proceeds to kill him, followed shortly after by the song’s massive drop. This effort starts off slow with a beating drum that quickly builds into a proper headbanger’s anthem.
“Just finished my favorite track I’ve made in years, it’s the ID that goes wamp wamp wamp wamp.” – Eptic
We now understand the Belgian Dubstep star’s excitement upon releasing this monstrous heater. What did you think of Eptic’s latest release? Let us know in the comments or on Heard It Here First’s socials.