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Ahead of the release of his highly-anticipated EP, Trampa drops “Ceremony”, a ludicrous spine-snapper of a track. 


When it comes to angry dubstep, Trampa is at the forefront of the movement. Consistently pushing for the loudest, heaviest tunes, the English producer is the face behind some of the most viciously aggressive dubstep you’ll ever hear. With countless releases on heavy bass label Never Say Die, Trampa adds to his repertoire with Knockout, a brutal four-track compilation. Hot off the EP is “Ceremony” feat. Rico Act, an absolute pulverizer of mayhem-inducing bass slashes.

After topping charts with legendary “Black Hole”, a menacingly dark collaboration with Never Say Die labelmate SKisM, things have only gone up for Rikki Moore, aka Trampa. Other notable tunes followed, such as “Headbang Gang” with Trollphace and Trampa’s and Eptic‘s remix of Zomboy‘s “Get With The Program”. Since then, Trampa has secured himself in the industry as one of the frontrunners of loud and deliciously abominable dubstep.

2019 is bound to be a big year for him with the full release of Knockout coming January 18. With tracks having been rinsed in multiple bass sets and one of my personal favorite mixes, Never Say Die Vol. 6Knockout will claim the hearts and necks of headbangers everywhere, making this one already one of the top dubstep releases of 2019.

Having already released Knockout and Walloped off the EP, “Ceremony” makes a terrifyingly massive addition. Undoubtedly my favorite on Knockout, “Ceremony” bleeds maximum aggression and tumultuous energy. It’s the kind of tune that makes you want to dropkick everyone around you and punch yourself in the face – all in a good way. Pre-save the Knockout EP on Spotify today and check out “Ceremony” below!

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Jayce was introduced to EDM in 2010 with Flux Pavilion, Bassnectar, and The Glitch Mob. Zedd at Lollapalooza in 2014 was her first event, and since then, Jayce has attended at least one festival each year. Her favorite events so far are Lost Lands and Camp Bisco, with honorable mention to Electric Forest. As a diehard basshead, her favorite artists are Space Jesus, Bassnectar, Subtronics, FuntCase, Dion Timmer, Zeds Dead, Excision, and Whipped Cream. Jayce loves to travel and hopes to combine her love of traveling, writing, and EDM into one. She is a recent graduate from Indiana University with a major in Public Relations and minors in International Studies and Arts Management.

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