DESTRUCTO | "RENEGADE" FEATURING FREDDIE GIBBS

 

VOLAC AND RROTIK REMIXES OUT NOW ON

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DESTRUCTO returns today (September 15) with two brand-new remixes of the title track to his RENEGADE EP.  Russian electronic duo VOLAC and Brazilian bass-master Rrotik each give it their own twist for the song which features rapper Freddie Gibbs.

 

VOLAC's take combines elements of deep house, bass house and g-house, producing music with deep powerful bass-lines and energetic grooves. Rrotik jacks it up a notch with subwoofer-driven basslines. 

 

Check them out here: 

http://smarturl.it/RenegadeRemix

 

The original version of "Renegade" appears on DESTRUCTO's latest EP RENEGADE. 

 

Catch DESTRUCTO on tour:

DATE            CITY                     VENUE

Sat 9/30       San Diego           CRSSD

Fri 10/07      Las Vegas           Drai's Beach Club

Fri 10/27      Live Oak, FL        Suwanee Hulaween

Sat 12/30     Dallas                  Lights All Night

Sun 12/31    Phoenix               Decadance

 

About DESTRUCTO:

Since 2011, DESTRUCTO (Gary Richards) has dominated the dance floor on his own terms. He went from the acclaimed Technology EP (2012) and Higher EP (2013) to high profile remixes for artists as diverse as Depeche Mode, Giorgio Moroder, Major Lazer, Rob Zombie, Digitalism and more. 2014 saw the precision-guided producer in the realm of g-house (where rap melds with house music) introduce his singular solo style with the West Coast EP, boasting collaborations with YG, Ty Dolla $ign, Problem, Too $hort, Warren G and Kurupt.   Along the way, he's touched down for shows everywhere from Australia and Fiji to Tokyo and Ibiza in addition to crisscrossing the country on last fall's "The Renegade Tour" alongside the likes of D.R.A.M., E-40, iLoveMakonnen, Felix Da Housecatand more.  His latest EP RENEGADE features collaborations with E-40 and Too $hort, Ty Dolla $ign & iLoveMakonnen,Pusha T & Starrah, Problem and Freddie Gibbs