Following Eptic’s last monstrous record, “Stop Pretending,” and a heavy year of touring, the Dubstep Don himself returns to Monstercat today with his next massive single, “Shadow People.” With inspiration from classic soundscapes of dubsteps past, “Shadow People” is a testament to Eptic’s eclectic yet unmistakable style, with intense build-ups, wobbly bass, glitchy drops, and more. Alongside the single, Eptic continues to reel fans into his hilariously creative bits, with self-produced videos and animations that follow his robotic character Computron.
Eptic shares, “Shadow People,” like my previous release as well as many of my future releases, has a lot of that old-school vibe that I’m kind of playing around with, from my sound to branding and so forth. Keeping with the energy you can expect from an Eptic tune, but also paying homage to the styles that brought us here.”
Eptic’s versatile bass-laden style has garnered him slots on the biggest stages and festivals around the world, including Red Rocks, EDC, Tomorrowland, and RAMPAGE, as well as collabs with globally renowned producers like DJ Snake, Dillon Francis, and more. Stay tuned for more Eptic music on Monstercat this year!