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Relive Deathpact and his world debut at Shambhala 2019

By Deathpact

Over the Shambhala weekend, Deathpact had his very first show. The Mau5trap rookie decided to go with the Grim Reaper look. Deathpact wore a smooth black mask, long dark cloak, and gloves covering his entire skin.

As of Tuesday, August 20 the 1-hour performance is available on Soundcloud. Deathpact has a full-on live show, like Odesza, with electronic drum pads and multiple aspects queued in real-time.

Deathpact hovers in the BPM of House but with an edge. An edge that pumps and throttles energy throughout your entire being. The first 5 minutes is a teaser of what to expect.

Deathpact presents a deeper and darker side of house music. With the glitchy aspects of Virtual Self, and 1788-L. Then combined with elements from Rezz. Curious to hear more? Check out Spotify to find 2 EP’s and 5+ singles.

it’s important that Deathpact’s show doesn’t get stale. He has about 15-20% variety, like selections from Whipped Cream, Boys Noize, and Madeon. If he just played the same aggressive bassline it wouldn’t have the same effect. Thus the variety is essential to his performance.

Deathpact’s entire show via Soundcloud blew our minds. We are envious of the people who saw this performance live on the farm at Shambhala! Replay it with us for a dose of energy!

Were you lucky enough to catch Deathpact’s Shambhala set live? Are watching it late at home with us? Let us know what your favorite ID from Deathpact’s set was on Facebook or Twitter!

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