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Seattle favorite Eliminate unleashes second EP of the year, ‘Dead Sea’

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Seattle’s own Nathan Merrill, a.k.a. Eliminate, has been on a roll in 2019 and doesn’t seem to be slowing down. The Bremerton born producer and DJ got started in 2014 with his debut EP Gravity. A lot has changed since then and Eliminate is now one of the hottest names in bass music. So hot, in fact, that Disciple Records swooped him up last year and things have really heated up. Last week Eliminate released Dead Sea, his second EP of the year.

Eliminate takes us on a journey through uncharted waters with Dead Sea, and this six-track EP is a creative mix of dubstep, trap, DnB and future bass. If you couldn’t get enough of Eliminate’s Weeble Wobble, get excited because a dubstep focused VIP of the track is here. Our favorite track of the EP is Stupid, a repetitive, trappy banger that’s bound to go off in a set. Showing off some style changes and venturing into the world of DnB, Everything closes out this EP with a catchy tune.

It was only seven months ago when Eliminate blessed us with Cyber Whale, his first EP with Disciple Records. It’s likely you’ve heard Them, his collaboration with Virus Syndicate, and Weeble Wobble, (of course) this festival season. Read more here from Dance Music NW about these two tracks being some of the most played songs at EDC. This November you can catch Eliminate in the PNW on Sullivan King’s, “Thank You For Raging” tour.

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