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“Activate” Those Bass Vibes With Beauflexx’s Newest Single

Beauflexx's newest single, Activate

Spinning bass, dubstep, twerk, and hip-hop, local Northwest favorite Beau “Beauflexx” Howard knows how to get any party started. A key piece in bringing electronic dance to the inland part of our region on a large scale, he’s played in front of thousands, alongside some of the biggest names in the scene today, including Steve Aoki, Datsik and Herobust, just to name a few! Always one to pump out new music on a steady basis, Beauflexx is at it again, this time dropping Activate, the first original single off his upcoming EP. And boy, is it a monster of a tune. Take a listen!

What started off as an idea for a set opener, Activate quickly transformed into an entity of it’s own. Signifying a renewed, clear sense of direction, it demonstrates a blend of trap and bass, with a drop you have to patiently wait for as the track’s A.I. announces a “system” reset. When the drop comes though…explosive. If this is a preview of what’s to come, we’re on the edge of our seats, waiting to see what Beauflexx delivers next.

You can hear more Beauflexx originals, and remixes, online! You can also check him out Memorial Day Weekend, alongside NGHTMRE, at the Knitting Factory in Spokane. What song would you like to see get “RELEXX’d” next?

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