Find out how the UK producer put the tune together
Flux Pavilion is a man in touch with his feelings. He prefers love over hate, chords over kick drums, and wants desperately to play for fans who live in the most remote corners of the Earth, far away from big stages. He cares deeply about a lot of things, but none of them have anything to do with what the world thinks of him.
Repping bass music hard for the UK, Flux Pavilion is the only British producer to hit the Top 100 with a passion for those low-end frequencies.
Nowadays, bar the likes of Skrillex, there are few superstar DJs dedicated to the “genre formerly known as dubstep”, but Flux Pavilion and his Circus crew have tapped a rich seam of fizzy EDM melody and hard, brutal mid-range bass that seems to hit the sweet spot for a lot of people.
It helps that Flux Pavilion, or Josh Steele to friends and fam, is a dab hand at several musical instruments, from drums to guitar and even the saxophone. Citing appearances at EDC Las Vegas and gigs in Hawaii as particularly fond 2015 memories, he also released his monumental debut album ‘Tesla’ in September.