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Yultron Makes His Deadbeats Debut With “Neon Hippie Vol. 1”

by Rebecca Parks

There’s a saying that goes “Jack of all trades, master of none,” but it’s time to retire that idiom because Yultron defies all odds. In his early youth, Yultron learned to play classical piano and the violin. He started a band in his high school years but wouldn’t consider taking music seriously until he started an Indie band in college. A lover of a wide variety of genres, it only seemed natural that he’d gravitate towards another sound to master. Yultron then took on Hip-Hop where he picked up steam as a rapper and went on to collaborate with the likes of artists like YG.

Then the shift happened, one that a lot of us know very well; he went to his first rave. With a vast array of experience in music under his belt at that point, he took on EDM and his production style now ranges from Hardstyle, Dubstep, to Electro House. Since diving into EDM, he’s collaborated with artists ranging from Rezz, Kayzo, Gammer, Ookay, Dotcom, Of Mice & Men, Jay Park, Kellin Quinn, Snoop Dogg, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, a true representation of his diverse taste.

Now he brings us a new EP on Deadbeats that takes us back to 2009 where he went to his first rave, “Neon Hippie Vol. 1”.  This EP is a massive flex proving that Yultron has never and will never fuck around when it comes to delivering top-tier production. The leading track, “Do You Even Dubstep”, has a classic bouncy build that Dubstep is known for that sends you into a classic Dubstep YOY driven bassline. “Where’s My Bass” is a rhetorical question, of course. The track is a darker take on Dubstep that shows you exactly where the Bass is. As if to go one deeper, “Mind Melter” is a spicy, unexpected Mid-Tempo heater with a tense, punchy lead and a hypnotic release. “Old School Grime”, is an obvious ode to old school Dubstep. Wrapping it up, the track is sure to bring you the nastiest Bass face you’ve ever felt moved to make.

Yultron is a jack of all trades and a master of all of them and this EP is proof of that. Check out “Neon Hippie Vol. 1” below and be sure to catch Yultron in a city near you ASAP.

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