DJ Pad releases new LP ‘Dubstep: First Strike’



Europe’s DJ Pad has released his latest LP record album, “Dubstep: First Strike.” It is the most significant full-length album from DJ Pad since the release of his December 2012 LP, “Waiting to Be Discovered.” Comprised of 30 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of nearly two-and-a-half hours, “Dubstep: First Strike” represents Pad’s most comprehensive collection of songs to date, it serves as proof that DJ Pad may be the world’s most prolific dubstep artist making music today. Populated with beats, grooves and melodies across the entire scale of human emotions, “Dubstep: First Strike” is the definitive DJ Pad record and one of the scene’s most vividly creative accomplishments.


The French DJ and composer of electronic music comes from a broadly varied background. With more than 16 years of expertise playing accordion, his listening tastes lean more toward popular electronic musicians such as Afrojack, Sebastian, Swedish House Mafia, Infected Mushrooms, ATB, Cosmic Gate, Atomic Cat, and founding fathers of the scene such as Hanz Zimmer and Mike Oldfield. DJ Pad’s music on “Dubstep: First Strike” draws from all these tones and styles, but with even more diversity than one might expect.


In fact, DJ Pad’s “Dubstep: First Strike” includes a great deal of his musical catalog, which has something for everyone


“This time I’ve decided to release almost all the dubstep I’ve made, plus one epic drum ‘n’ bass track,” writes DJ Pad. “I want to show another face of my musical personality (but there are also others, for example, trance).”


DJ Pad’s official bio states that he has written and produced more than 500 songs in about 30 different genres, but focusing mostly on electro-house, trance, and dubstep. He has been making beats since late 2008.


-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer


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