[Release] Datsik – Vitamin D EP [Dim Mak]

Datsik - Vitamin D EP

Release Info

ARTIST(S): Datsik

EP NAME: Vitamin D

LABEL(S): Dim Mak Records

GENRE(S): Dubstep

RELEASE DATE: 10.04.2012

BUY LINK: Buy Link

The Candian dubstep producer known as Datsik released his first album ever today called Vitamin D off of Steve Aoki’s label Dim Mak Records. Having recently toured with Aoki on his Wonderland album tour, as well as playing a wicked set at this year’s Ultra Music Festival, Datsik has been on fire. Mixing hip-hop and dubstep, Datsik is a producer with high energy and the skill capable of driving a crowd wild.

First up on the album is Annihilate, a bass-filled track with that signature Datsik swag to start you off. Fully Blown is one of the signature tracks on the album, featuring Snak The Ripper with some ridiculous hip-hop lyrics. Syndrome is a collaboration with Downlink, who has worked with Datsik in the past on several tracks, including remixing Datsik and Excision’s epic track Swagga. Bonafide Hustler picks the pace back up, using some sick hip-hop sound bytes, getting you ready for the next huge track called Evilution, a collaboration with Infected Mushroom and Jonathan Davis, the lead singer of Korn. Need You has some eerie vocals with some crazy sounds.

Halfway through the album, you have Don’t Feel Right which slows it down, but keeping the hip-hop vibeLight The Fuse and Complete Control, followed by another collaboration with Downlink called Punisher. Following this is another one of the biggest tracks on the album, Napalm featuring Messinian. Last but not least is the massive track Double Trouble featuring Z-Trip, perhaps the best track on the album.

As Datsik’s first album, Vitamin D is an insane mix of seriously heavy beats that will make that bass shake. Play this loud!

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One Comment on "[Release] Datsik – Vitamin D EP [Dim Mak]"

  1. Whtvrz_Klvr April 11, 2012 at 4:47 am - Reply

    More of an LP than an EP I would say..

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