Dedman remixes John E Vistic’s ‘King of Rock’n’Roll’
John E Visticʼs thunderous new song ‘King of RockʼnʼRoll’ channels The Pixies and The Fall in a Primark queue-brawl. This is the first single from his blistering upcoming album ‘Under The Volcano’.
This first instalment features a remix of ‘King of RockʼnʼRoll’ from Lost Recordings own Dedman. The remix takes a dark, earth-shattering twist on the punk rock rollercoaster. Dedman delivers his unique blend of bass weight and broken beats. Bringing a heavy Jungle Drum & Bass twist to this instant classic.
Dedman, aka Josh Schofield, is a Drum & Bass producer and DJ based in Bristol. Having spent the last few years developing his DJ style and amassing releases on imprints including Lifestyle, Lost Recordings, SkankʼnʼBass and Fuck About. His high energy productions and DJ sets have gained him traction and support in the local scene.
Hailing from an eclectic musical background, his precision-engineered sound spans the widths and breaths of the Drum & Bass spectrum. He has forthcoming releases on Cyberfunk, Dispatch and Lost Recordings. Dedman has garnered support from artists such as LTJ Bukem, Fade Black, Fre4knc, Rene La Vice, Charli Brix, Invadhertz, Tephra, Kyrist, Philth, Objectiv and Skank’n’Bass. Dedmanʼs catalogue continues to grow, along with his following.
Dedman’s remix of ‘King of Rock’n’Roll’ is sure to be heating up dance floors left right and centre and bring a fresh audience to his already growing support.
John E Vistic ‘King of Rock’n’Roll’ (Dedman Remix) drops via Deaf Endling Records on 28th August. Check it out below and grab a copy from here