Revisit Skrillex's seminal debut album 'Recess' four years later

Revisit Skrillex's seminal debut album 'Recess' four years later

Ask your average  diehard and they might tell you that the follow up to 2014’s Recess sometimes feels like it’s never going to …

Ask your average  diehard and they might tell you that the follow up to 2014’s Recess sometimes feels like it’s never going to come —  Sonny Moore’s Detox, so to speak. Released on March 18, 2014, the wait since then for another solo Skrillex project feels like it’s crept by in dog years. Despite that, on the fourth anniversary the  head honcho’s full-length debut, a circle back to the groundbreaking 11-track LP proves Skrillex’s bass sensibilities old still undoubtedly stand the test time.  is still a riveting adventure from front to back.

Since then, some the album’s highlights have become core products in the Skrillex cannon  floor-rattling classics. Moore’s output hasn’t slowed at all since either. He’s spent the better part these last four years building a rolodex collaborators that include pop’s most dominating forces, from to , to . Nowadays, a considerable touring hiatus, along with a backhanded mention suggest that perhaps a solo Skrillex could one day soon materialize. Skrillex stans may tell you not to hold your breath, but there’s really no reason to when Recess is still so damn good.