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Coming Soon: Snails Teases New Music

Looks like the king of vomitstep, Snails has plans for new music. He teased out on social media yesterday that he’ll be back with another SNAILEDIT! mix. This would be volume 4 in the series and if it’s anything like the previous mixes – it will come extra slimy with plenty of heavy-handed bass drops (aka, the sound we’ve grown to know and love from the Montreal-based producer). We can also expect some sick collaborations.

We don’t know much more than the mix is on its way. No News of a date or what the mix will include, but the hype has already started. His last SNAILEDIT! Mix Vol. 3 (Enter Slugz City) was released late last year. It included over 35 tracks and nearly 50 minutes of music. He also announced a tour with this release, so who knows what to expect this time around.

ID ID ID ID ID…. Very soooooon!!!!

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Needless-to-say, we’re more than excited. Stay tuned, as soon as the news hits that the mix has dropped…we’ll be all over it. Get hyped and listen to Vol. 3 below and his most recent collaboration with Flux Pavilion.

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