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Datsik – Let it Burn LP

A week ago EDM Sauce posted a preview to the LP. Now, it's finally here.

Datsik is a dubstep artist who has pioneered some of the heavier sounds that dominated the early dubstep scene. Now, he has released a new LP which is one of his largest collections of sounds on a single release. On the LP he has collaborated with Bais Haus, Zyme, Georgia Murray and Getter each on their own respective songs.

If you are a fan of Datsik and his sound, then this album will be good News to you. In a scene where more “beautiful” music is beginning to take over, Datsik remains relentlessly heavy, with catchy hooks and fast and heavy basslines. Like the “Cold Blooded EP” this album was released a couple days ago through his Firepower Records label that he started himself.

While it is encouraged that you purchase the album, Datsik has released a few steps that include liking his facebook page and connecting with them, and sending them a tweet. Since there are required perquisite steps to access the download link, I cannot provide the direct download, but click here to be taken to the site where you can follow the steps to download. The download is on Datsik's official site and is working fine.

Here's the lead track of the album of the same name, for those of you wondering if you should give his latest work a shot:

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