With advanced praise from Datsik, THUMP, UKF, ThisSongSlaps, The Music Ninja, Mr. Suicide Sheep, Drop The Bassline, and the The Tasty Network


LOS ANGELES (July 15th, 2014) Today marks the release of Fox Stevenson‘s highly anticipated Throwdown EP. With an onslaught of advanced praise from some of the most reputable Dance Music institutions in the business, Throwdown is set to be Fox Stevenson’s biggest release yet.

“I’ve been a huge supporter of Fox since I first heard his music,” Firepower’s label boss Datsik says. “I’ve had this release on repeat since he sent it over and I’m super excited to be able to bring you guys another amazing EP from him! IMHO this kid is the future!”

With a mastery of all facets of the production process, Fox Stevenson has developed a formula that allows him to produce both as a mainstream artist and as a filthy Bass music maker simultaneously. He grew up in an artistic environment and flourishes as a fearless performer on and off stage. He writes, sings, and mixes his own material in a live-act performance that incorporates multiple genres, creates a fun, upbeat and explosive sound, and pushes the limits of electronic music.

UKF has described Fox Stevenson as “a unique gentleman who has the ability to conjure up vocal tracks that are so fresh yet instantly distinctive,” adding, “whether it’s D&B, dubstep or his recent foray into 128 breakbeat-influenced tracks, the second you hear a Fox Stevenson track you KNOW it’s him.

Writing for The Music Ninja, Brooke Ferguson puts it simply: “Fox Stevenson continues to impress us all with his eclecticism in his productions; whether it be dark and heavy or cute and poppy, he knows how to infuse all aspects of music and make us all feel some type of way.”

Throwdown is a 5 track EP designed to ignite dance floors all over the planet. Period. But unlike mass-produced “Bangers” saturating the market, Fox Stevenson focuses on quality over quantity.

With the tracks “All In” and “Manage”, for example, the casual listener is immediately struck by the emotional pith and complex narrative structures. The title track, “Throwdown”, destroys the traditional concepts of electronic dance music by combining Fox Stevenson’s gift for songwriting with a classic Drum and Bass beat. “Double Up” satisfies any Dubstep cravings with heavy doses of brainsplitting buzzsaw synths, and “High Five!” reminds us why we listen to music in the first place.

The result is an EP that is an all-out face-melter you can scream to. Most dance songs suffer from a deficit of meaning, but Fox Stevenson channels the singer/songwriter’s of the past and provides a product that inspires both the body and the mind.

There, of course, no better way to experience this kind of talent than at a live event. Fox Stevenson will playing the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater on September 12th with Paper Diamond and Flux Pavilion.

The complete track listing for Throwdown is below:

1. Fox Stevenson – “High Five!”
2. Fox Stevenson – “Throwdown”
3. Fox Stevenson – “Double up”
4. Fox Stevenson – “Manage”
5. Fox Stevenson – “All In”

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Lee Underwood
Publicity Manager I Loader of Cannons I Firepower Records