Zeds Dead & GRiZ Finally Drop Highly-Anticipated Collaboration “Ecstasy Of Soul”
Dubstep fans are not ready to hear GRiZ and Zeds Dead’s highly-anticipated ID, but they are finally ready to release “Ecstasy Of Soul.”
The track debuted in the intro of the first-ever Zeds Dead b2b GRiZ set at GoldRush Festival in Phoenix and starts with a cover of the classic theme song for The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly before evolving into a monster festival anthem. With GRiZ’s signature colorful bass and Zeds Dead’s glitchy inputs, it’s a perfect meld of epic and innovative that is sure to be a classic for years to come.
Zeds Dead said about the new collaboration, “We were doing a big back-to-back set in Arizona and wanted to create something super epic for the intro. We tossed around a few ideas and finally decided to try something with a version of The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly theme. Something about the Wild West and the new frontier seemed to be calling our name.”
Since 2009, Dylan Mamid (DC) and Zachary Rapp-Rovan (Hooks), aka Zeds Dead have been at the forefront of dubstep and electronic music. Now nearly 13 years into their careers, they continue to prove they are among the most innovative and influential artists in the industry.
GRiZ continues to be one of dance music’s most celebrated and inspiring artists. 2022 was another big year as he released his Chasing The Golden Hour 4 LP, dropped another edition in the Bangers.Zip EP series, and collaborated with LSDREAM, Big Gigantic, CloZee, and TVBOO.
Listen to GRiZ and Zeds Dead’s new collaboration “Ecstasy Of Soul” below:
Featured image provided by GRiZ and Zeds Dead