Max Ulis "Seven"
As part of the King Deluxe label's The 2999 Project, Vancouver dubstep patron Max Ulis is sharing his offering to the web-exclusive multimedia release, a deep, sub-rattling tune called "Seven." Other contributors to the compilation include Raffertie, Strangeloop, Pacheko, DNTEL, and Mochipet, among others, whose tracks all come paired with their own original artwork. Tyler Fewell did the piece pictured above in conjuction with "Seven," the high-res version of which is available here. You can check out all of The 2999 Project here.
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