BSOD Makes a Triumphant Return with ‘No Way, Get Real’

After a six-year hiatus from the project, deadmau5 and Steve Duda have joined forces as BSOD once again to release No Way, Get Real!


While deadmau5 and Steve Duda have both become renowned members of the dance music scene over the past two decades, it’s the return of their collaborative BSOD project that has piqued the interest of many. Originally joining forces back in 2006, right before the surge of popularity in dance music began, they’ve released a number of tunes over the years that have stood the test of time.

Now, the dynamic duo has returned to the spotlight six years after the release of “Tilt” to bring fans of electro house a four-track EP dubbed No Way, Get Real. The EP starts off with a bang as “Afterburner” infects your ears and energized your body immediately. Foot tapping ensues from that moment on as BSOD drives forward into the electronic world of their creation on “Allpassing Lane” and “Fives.” They then close the EP in the best way possible with the funky yet spacey “Pitches Love Me,” a perfect track to bump while you’re traveling the galaxy.

And if this EP doesn’t satiate your cravings for some banging electro house beats then don’t fret because BSOD has also released an hour-long mix for you to feast your ears on. We can only imagine that this is what we would’ve been able to witness firsthand during Miami Music Week last month at the mau5trap showcase, so grab that cold drink, sit back, and press play to get immersed in their stunning sound design.

Listen to the hour-long mix on YouTube below, download or stream the No Way, Get Real EP on your favorite platform, and let us know if you’re as excited as we are to hear some fresh beats from BSOD!

Stream BSOD – No Way, Not Another Mix, Get Real on YouTube:


BSOD – No Way, Get Real – Tracklist:

  1. Afterburner
  2. Allpassing Lane
  3. Fives
  4. Pitches Love Me

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Connect with Steve Dude on Social Media:

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