Zeds Dead at EDC Las Vegas 2019

Zeds Dead is celebrating the 100 episodes of Deadbeats Radio in style with a flurry of classic tracks and remixes from the bass music realm.

There is no doubt that one of the most iconic duos in the bass music scene is Zeds Dead. Since first breaking out onto the scene just a decade ago they have been on a seemingly endless rise to stardom as they’ve unleashed massive release after release while moving crowds along the way. Now, they’re taking a look back at the past with the celebration surrounding the 100th Episode of Deadbeats Radio and it’s a must-listen for any bass music lover.

If I had to describe what this mix is in short, I would say that this is easily one of the best to tune into if you’re looking for a history lesson on not just Zeds Dead but the dubstep genre as a whole. Bringing us legendary originals like “Coffee Break,” “White Satin,” and “Rude Boy” along with their powerful remixes of “Eyes On Fire,” “Paradise Circus,” and “Breathe” this mix is already unreal. They don’t stop there though, as it also includes a bevy of other epic tracks like Emalkay’s “When I Look At You” and Bassnectar’s “Basshead”.

Originally planned to be the surprise set at bassPOD on Sunday of EDC Las Vegas, Zeds Dead opted to concede the spot to RL Grime who’s set was canceled the previous night due to the high winds. We’re just happy to be able to hear it in full as this mix dives deep and takes listeners on a ride into an era of dubstep days gone by that many miss dearly, check it out below and read on for the full tracklist!

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#100 Deadbeats Radio with Zeds Dead – Tracklist:

  1. Zeds Dead – In The Beginning
  2. Requake – Waterdrops
  3. Chase & Status – Saxon
  4. Zeds Dead – Rude Boy
  5. WTF!? & Dead Prez – It’s Bigger Than Hip Hop UK (Dubbed Out Mix)
  6. Noah D – Seeerious (VIP)
  7. Breakage ft. Newham Generals & David Rodigan – Hard
  8. 16bit – FRZR9000
  9. Zeds Dead & The Killabits – Bassmentality
  10. Skrillex – Scary Bolly Dub
  11. Zeds Dead – Oh No
  12. KOAN Sound – The Edge
  13. Marina & The Diamonds – Lies (Zeds Dead Remix)
  14. Emalkay – When I Look At You
  15. Stinkahbell – Something In Your Eyes (VIP)
  16. Zeds Dead – Adrenaline
  17. Zeds Dead & Omar LinX – Crank
  18. Proxy – Raven (Live Edit)
  19. Wolfgang Gartner – Fire Power
  20. The Prodigy – Breathe (Zeds Dead Remix)
  21. Sub Focus – Could This Be Real
  22. Spencer & Hill – Cool (Afrojack Remix)
  23. Massive Attack – Paradise Circus (Zeds Dead Remix)
  24. Zeds Dead – White Satin
  25. The Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia Remix)
  26. Buraka Som Sistema – Hangover (BaBaBa) (Caspa Remix)
  27. Zeds Dead – Hit Me
  28. Freestylers ft. Belle Humble – Cracks (Flux Pavilion Remix)
  29. The Streets – Blinded By The Lights (Nero Remix)
  30. Doctor P – Sweet Shop (Friction vs. Camo & Krooked Remix)
  31. Rusko – Everyday (Netsky Remix)
  32. Bassnectar – Basshead
  33. Zeds Dead & Omar LinX – No Prayers
  34. Blue Foundation – Eyes On Fire (Zeds Dead Remix)
  35. Blue Foundation – Eyes On Fire (Zeds Dead VIP Mix)
  36. Zeds Dead – Coffee Break
  37. DJ Vadim & The Electric – Toot Toot (Zeds Dead Remix)
  38. Zeds Dead – By Your Side

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