Dubstep titans Eptic and MUST DIE! will be touching down at Concord Music Hall on Friday, April 21 as part of their Hyper Future Tour series! Tickets to the performance are now available for purchase at Ticketfly.com.
Eptic and MUST DIE! represent two of the most defining positions on the Never Say Die record label roster, known worldwide for its unmatched caliber of releases and contributing acts. Belgian prodigy Eptic has made his mark on the bass music circuit ever since the release of his LP Like A Boss, which immediately reached Beatport’s dubstep Top 5 and held for seven consecutive weeks. As his work evolved and matured, he began experimenting in the realms of electro house, drum and bass and trap, eventually leading to several acclaimed remixes of tracks from Fedde le Grand, Datsik, Excision, Datsik and SKisM. Now, in 2017, his unique and unmistakably powerful creations can be heard played out on festival stages and in intimate clubs around the world.
Texas-based production wizard MUST DIE! began his own career in 2011, when he first introduced the bass scene to his wild dubstep concoctions. With a wide and iconic body of work under his belt, MUST DIE! went on to release his work through such celebrated labels as Mad Decent, Ultra, Dim Mak, Play Me, Atlantic Records and Never Say Die. Today, his raw and brutal sound design and tendency to rattle the dance floor with his crushing bass prowess has cemented his name among the highest echelons of dubstep stardom.
Founded in 2009 by dubstep icon SKisM, the Never Say Die label has been involved with the likes of Skrillex, Excision, Flux Pavilion, Noisia, The Freestylers, Foreign Beggars and many more. In celebration of a new season and a slew of brand new releases, label head SKisM recently uploaded a Never Say Die 100 mix for fans of the historic collective to enjoy. Packed to the brim with NSD material from its earliest beginnings to the present, the mix highlights the future of the label’s trajectory as much as how far it’s already come.
Joining Eptic and MUST DIE! on the Concord stage this April will also be U.K.-based electronic trio GENTLEMEN’S CLUB, known internationally for their unconventional take on bassy hip hop and grime-influenced heaters.