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Skrillex Just Dropped A Heap Of Unreleased Tracks At EDC, And They’re Huge

Huge, and in high-quality.

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Skrillex has been pretty busy this year on the festival circuit, but we haven’t heard much new music beyond a song for Kingdom Hearts III. All that’s about to change, with an EP at the end of this month — but first, he’s teased us by dropping a heap of previously unheard tracks during his massive EDC Japan set.

Over this weekend, Skrillex played the two-day Tokyo festival, and a fan captured the 75-minute set in high quality, God bless.

He’s been teasing the upcoming EP for Dog Blood out May 31, his side project with Boys Noize, for a hot minute, with the duo playing Miami’s Ultra Music Festival in March. It’ll be their first EP since 2014 — but during EDC, Skrillex didn’t just leave it with snippets from that, but also blessed us with a heap of tracks with Skrillex IDs.

According to 1001tracklists (via Your Edm), the set features four unknown Skrillex songs, as well as one new Dog Blood track and a completely unidentifiable track at 33 minutes. They’re mixed in with old-faithfuls from his solo and Jack U catalogue, as well as some of the most undeniably huge songs of the past decade, from Rihanna’s ‘Work’ to the annoying but irresistible Knife Party’s ‘Internet Friends’.

You can find the full tracklist here, and watch/listen below, too.