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Zed’s Dead Collapse 2.0 is “Somewhere Else”

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Toronto genre busting duo Zeds Dead announced a remix package for their critically-acclaimed Somewhere Else EP, out May 12th via Mad Decent. The 2014 EP confirmed Zed’s Dead as one of the most versatile and ambitious acts around.

Merging sounds from multiple genres and sub-genres within electronic music into a highly-praised release that ranges from house and electro to hip-hop and what ever genre you can name. Somewhere Else Remixes hold on to that tradition, featuring brand new originals, “Collapse 2.0,” there’s also a VIP version of “Hadouken” remixed by Zeds Dead and varied new remixes from notable artists like Neon Steve and Memorecks Valentino Khan, Hunter Siegel and many, many more.

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