The combination of Skrillex and Boys Noize has taken the dance music world by storm. While both artists have been recognized as tastemakers in their own right, their union as Dog Blood has rendered a game-changing movement in EDM.

Since their burst onto the scene as a collaborative group, they have become one of the most sought-after live acts and have wrapped up an incredible round of festival appearances, which included monumental performances at Ultra Music Festival and Coachella, not to mention a nostalgic 3-D performance at New York’s Electric Zoo.

Aside from their high-octane performances, they’ve brought their unmatched meshing of sounds to the studio as well, producing the Middle Finger/Next Order EP, containing the two impressive original tracks of the same name, which have become anthems for the duo.
Brilliantly marrying the hard-hitting, aggressive styles of both artists, Dog Blood brings a flurry of techno, electro, trap and progressive sounds to their live performances.

As they continue their onslaught together, expect them to push boundaries and to remain one of the best supergroups in dance music.

Written by: James Hampton

Photo credit: Caesar Sebastian

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