Listen to the LA producer's entire set at Movement Electronic Music Festival 2012.
Juggling bass heavy wobblers in bpm regions well below dubstep standards and sneaking in sweet mannered tunes between, Dillon Francis is dancing across labels like Mad Decent and DimMak, equally at ease in a studio situation as he is ravaging crowds from behind the turntables.
In our latest interview with the LA DJ and producer, he revealed we can expect something a little different from him in the near future. "With the album stuff though, I don’t want it to be very EDM-driven," he said. "It’s still going to be electronic dance music, but it’s not going to have drops or anything."
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