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Skream Drops New Album “Skreamizm Vol. 8” After 10 Years

Skream, one of the pioneers of dubstep, has announced the release of his new album, “Skreamizm Vol. 8,” the eighth and latest installment of his acclaimed mix series. The album, which will be out on June 23 via Crosstown Rebels, features 12 tracks of Skream’s signature sound, blending elements of techno, house, disco, and bass music.

“Skreamizm Vol. 8” is the first album in the series since “Skreamizm Vol. 7,” which was released in 2011. Since then, Skream has been busy exploring different genres and styles, collaborating with artists like Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, and Dennis Ferrer, and launching his own label, Of Unsound Mind. He has also been hosting his popular radio show on Rinse FM and playing at some of the biggest festivals and clubs around the world.

The new album showcases Skream’s versatility and creativity as a producer and DJ, as he delivers a diverse and dynamic selection of tracks that range from dark and driving techno to funky and groovy house. Some of the highlights include “Trees,” a hypnotic and atmospheric tune with a haunting vocal sample; “DUNNN,” a hard-hitting and energetic banger with a distorted bassline; “Song For Olivia,” a melodic and uplifting tribute to his daughter; and “Ectogazm,” a catchy and funky disco-inspired track that was previously released as a single.

“Skreamizm Vol. 8” is a must-have for fans of Skream and electronic music in general, as it showcases his evolution and innovation as an artist. The album is available for pre-order now on Crosstown Rebels’ website and will be released on digital and vinyl formats.

About Skream

Skream is a British electronic music producer and DJ, who is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of dubstep. He started making music at the age of 15, influenced by UK garage, drum and bass, and jungle. He rose to fame in the early 2000s with his groundbreaking tracks like “Midnight Request Line,” “Rutten,” and “In For The Kill (Skream’s Let’s Get Ravey Remix).” He also formed part of the influential trio Magnetic Man, along with Benga and Artwork.

Skream has since expanded his musical horizons, experimenting with different genres such as techno, house, disco, and funk. He has released several albums and EPs on labels like Tempa, Big Apple Records, Crosstown Rebels, Hot Creations, and his own imprint Of Unsound Mind. He has also collaborated with artists like La Roux, Kelis, Chromeo, Sam Frank, Miles Kane, Example, and Katy B.

Skream is also a renowned DJ, who has played at some of the most prestigious venues and events in the world, such as Fabric, Berghain, Glastonbury, Coachella, Tomorrowland, Sonar, Boiler Room, and BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix. He is known for his eclectic and energetic sets that showcase his diverse taste and skills.

Skream is one of the most influential and respected figures in electronic music today. He continues to push the boundaries of sound and style with his original productions and DJ sets.

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