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See Dana Dentata Rage in Video for New Banger "Apology" Produced by 100 gecs' Dylan Brady

In July, goth-rap provocateur and recent Roadrunner Records signee Dana Dentata unveiled the title track and lead single off Pantychrist, her upcoming debut LP for the mainstay hard-rock and metal label. Today (August 11th), she's announced the details of the album, which is due out September 3rd and available for pre-order now. Dentata also debuted a hard-hitting new single, "Apology," which, like "pantychrist," was produced by 100 gecs' Dylan Brady. The song builds from slow-burning R&B to a cathartic screamed climax, and it arrived accompanied by a characteristically bracing music video, directed by Kathleen Dycaico, who also helmed the "pantychrist" clip. Watch and listen above.
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Dana Dentata releases new single Pantychrist, produced by 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady

Dana Dentata has shared a brand-new single and accompanying video, Pantychrist. The song is the title-track from the Canadian musician’s upcoming debut album (due out later this year), and was produced by Dylan Brady of 100 gecs. Dana explains of the single: ​“Healing a lifetime of trauma can feel uncomfortable,...
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Skrillex’s Latest New Single, ‘Supersonic (My Existence),’ Features Noisia, Josh Pan, And 100 Gecs’ Dylan Brady

Always one to tap interesting and unusual collaborators, Skrillex has put together quite a posse for his latest new single. “Supersonic (My Existence)” features vocals from Josh Pan, Dutch producer-trio Noisia and contributions from 100 Gecs’ Dylan Brady. This ghostly bit of dubstep is the third new track Skrillex has released so far in 2021, following up his house-inflected collaboration with Four Tet and Starrah, “Butterflies,” and the full-on pop-punk banger “Too Bizarre,” that features Swae Lee and Siiickbrain. Though the latest single is the only song to come without its own video, it just might be the strongest of the bunch.

Listen to Skrillex’s New Song “Supersonic (My Existence)” f/ Noisia, Josh Pan, and Dylan Brady

Skrillex has shared his new song “Supersonic (My Existence),” featuring Noisia, Josh Pan, and Dylan Brady. Pan offers his eerie vocals over production from Skrillex, Dutch producer-trio Noisia, and 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady. “Supersonic” arrives a month after Skrillex delivered his Starrah and Four Tet-featuring track “Butterflies” and “Too Bizarre” with Swae Lee and Siiickbrain.

Skrillex and Noisia deliver bass-hallowing merger with josh pan and Dylan Brady, ‘Supersonic (My Existence)’

After more than a year’s waiting time, Skrillex has finally green lit his highly anticipated tie-up with Noisia, josh pan, and Dylan Brady, “Supersonic (My Existence).” Initially derived out of josh pan and Dylan Brady’s 2019 OWSLA released LP This Car Needs Some Wheels, the release—which had been branded a remix only up until the former’s Instagram update—was welcomed in during Noisia’s Northern Bass Festival in Christchurch, New Zealand right as the year struck midnight and follows the OWSLA label head’s previous double dose of comeback singles in May, “Too Bizarre” with Swae Lee and Siiickbrain as well as “Butterflies” with Four Tet and Starrah.

100 gecs’ Dylan Brady and Cake Pop Share New Song “Black Rum”: Watch the Video

Cake Pop is a band of St. Louis musicians that includes 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady. After initially debuting in the mid-2010s, the group has now announced a new album, Cake Pop 2, out May 14 via Mad Decent. Below, check out the music video for lead single “Black Rum,” directed and edited by Weston Allen and featuring the various members of the group in various food costumes.

Rebecca Black drops 10th anniversary remix of ‘Friday’ featuring 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady and 3OH!3

Rebecca Black has shared a new remix of her viral debut hit ‘Friday’ featuring 100 gecs‘ Dylan Brady, 3OH!3 and Big Freedia. Produced by Brady, the mix, which you can hear below, sees Black’s original vocals distorted to the point where they’re hardly recognisable, while Brady laces the track with a pounding bass kick and pixellated synth line to give it a fresh, modern refurbishing.