How many times have you heard “I Can’t Stop” or “Bass Cannon” get dropped in the middle of an EDM set? Since 2010, electronic DJs have been routinely remixing “I can’t stop,” including Flux Pavilion himself, who just this year released, “I still can’t stop.”
Flux Pavilion, known as Joshua Steele to his friends and family, will be stopping in Indy this Thursday at the Egyptian Room in the Old National Centre. Since his last stop in Indy, Flux has released a new album, Blow the Roof, which other DJs instantly began remixing. His dance hits like “Make Your Body Wanna” will bring out the groove in anyone.
Known for crunchy bass lines, his newest album took a few risks with collaborations. The hit “Do or Die” bridges the genre gap of hip-hop and electronic by featuring rapper Childish Gambino and people loved it.
Flux blew up in the dubstep craze and since then he has kept his title as one of the biggest names in EDM. His infamous bleached blonde hair is as recognizable in the EDM world as Steve Aoki’s black silky locks.
Flux Pavillion was one of the first DJs to begin calling his music dubstep and selling out shows. He has always shown Indianapolis love and this Thursday will be nothing less.
And when the show is over and you want to keep raging, head over to the after party at the Mousetrap for Altered Thurzadaze with Kodama, Indigo Child, Jin-Xs and Neighbz.