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Pariah Tribe Showcase V. 001: Fransis Derelle, Crystalize, PRXZM + More

Welcome to the first ever Pariah Tribe Showcase! Every Monday, we will curating some awesome music from our family of our artists to start your week off right. This week is full of head-banging bass tunes from hella talented producers. Take a peep!

1. Convex ft. Titus – Bad Kids [ Fransis Derelle Remix ]

Convex? Fransis Derelle? Hell yea. It’s always great to see the fam working together. Check out this new, official remix fresh off the Discovery Project press.

2. graves x Coolights – Say Things ( Crystalize Flip )

If you haven’t read our artist spotlight on Crystalize, you need to. This dynamic duo is slaying the trap game. This track brings in heavy brass and aggro sounds to whip up chaos like only Crystalize can.

 

3. Kai Wachi ft. Uffy Lane Synder – In My Blood ( DAXTON Remix )

One of the Idahomies, DAXTON is carving out a name for himself in the Texas hard trap scene. Check out his remix of other Idahomie Kai Wachi’s “In My Blood”.

4. Benny Benassi – Cinema ( Skrillex Remix ) [ PRXZM Edit ]

This intro makes me laugh every time. Due to SoundCloud’s tagging policy, the full remix is not posted. However, you can download the tune and listen to it in it’s full glory. This track is seriously sick. (PS: Nick, if you are reading this: you have a lovely talking voice. You should be on the radio)

5. V A L E N T I N E ft. Sophie Meiers – Drive

Ah, last but not least. V A L E N T I N E (whose name you have to type in slow-mo) is baller. This dude is emerging hot onto the scene with his lush future saws and killer experimental sound. Check him out.

Listen to the entire set here:

If you would like to be featured on next week’s showcase, email me a SoundCloud link to the tune: sky@pariahreign.com & we’ll see if it’s a good fit!

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