Acting as a rebellious force and the main antagonist of bass music, there’s no one like MUST DIE!. Between his eccentric state of mind and cutting-edge mettle in the studio, MUST DIE! caters to an audience with a penchant for forward-thinking sounds that will both challenge and dignify dubstep as we know it. With nearly 10 years under his belt, MUST DIE! began building his cult with consistent releases on bass music’s most notable labels, leading him to represent Never Say Die’s prestigious roster.
Hailed as a trendsetter within electronic music, MUST DIE! reaches beyond the scope of dubstep with each release — his 2014 debut record, Death & Magic, set the precedent for his future in dance music, offering listeners a new take on genres including dubstep, electro house, drum and bass, and more. The start of 2019 established a new era of MUST DIE! with the release of his genre-bending singles “BLISS 2K” and “CHAOS.” Both singles landing at #1 on the Beatport Dubstep Top 100 and reaching over 1 million streams on Spotify, MUST DIE! sparked a new trend in bass music, introducing classic rave elements and hard dance components to his catalogue. This year, MUST DIE! has continued his trend of raising the bar within dance music as he skyrockets off the back of two huge collaborations with Eptic and Zomboy – “Skill Check” and “Last One Standing”. Separating himself from his peers through excellence in production and creativity that simply can’t be copied, MUST DIE! maintains his own lane and leads the up-and-comers to follow.
The unrivalled nature of MUST DIE!’s signature sound and personal brand has taken him to audiences all over the world, headlining a number of tours through North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and more — MUST DIE! has become a global phenomenon through his personal touch in the studio and a loyal fanbase. With a devastatingly powerful discography and a brand that defies the scene, MUST DIE! remains undefeated.
Tisoki is a producer from the UK, who’s prominence in the electronic music scene has been proven by his impressive catalogue of dancefloor anthems and melody driven songs alike. Sampling his taste from a selection of different styles, Tisoki’s pallet has led to creations that exercise his prowess in dubstep and other bass heavy genres, whilst also indulging in music of a more eclectic form.