Datsik Drops Powerful ‘Master of Shadows’ EP

Datsik is starting off his 2018 with some
serious heat. The dubstep ninja just dropped his newest EP,
Master of Shadows.

The EP was released for a matter of hours
today before it reached the No. 1 spot on the iTunes Dance
charts.

But that’s no surprise when you see the
talent that Firepower Records cultivated for this EP. Datsik
brought on some of the most innovative names in bass music like Ganja White
Night
, JPhelpz and Dion Timmer. Each
track marries the classic Datsik dubstep wobble with fresh and
unique sounds.

The EP starts off with a track called
“Pressure Plates.” This powerful yet uplifting
track is a calm intro to the madness that is to follow. This
banger is sure to make its way into festival sets and dance
floors all over. 

Being featured on not only one, but two tracks
of the EP is
Virtual Riot.
“Warriors of the Night” and
“Freakuency” showcase the power that emerges
when these two producers get together. Virtual Riot joined the
Ninja Nation tour last year and has since become one of
Datsik’s favorite collaborators.

This EP features talent from some of the best
up and coming artists, so naturally a collaboration with the
wobble masters, Ganja White Night was in order. “Bad
Behavior”
 is a track that features a fresh
rap verses from lyricist T Rabb combined with the heavy hitting
sound of GWN.

JPhelpz is a frequent collaborator with
Firepower Records, and he showcases his precise sounds with
“Ronin Riddim.” This track is clean, powerful and
addictive.

To end the EP is a collaboration with dubstep
power mavens Excision and Dion Timmer. Prepare your speakers
and neck for this one, because you will be blown away by the
bass.

The Ninja Nation Tour kicks off today in
Chicago. Datsik will head to over 50 cities across the country
and is bringing along Space Jesus, Riot Ten, Wooli, Carbin and
Swage. Be sure to listen for all of these new tracks when he
comes to your city. For more information on the tour, head to
ninjanationtour.com

Check out the full EP below:

Datsik Drops Powerful ‘Master of Shadows’ EP