Interview: Pham talks playing Dead Rocks and new track, 'Alibi,' out on Deadbeats
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Pham has been making waves in the electronic music scene. The Polish DJ/producer is signed to Zeds Dead's record label, Deadbeats, which was just created last year, and just dropped a new track "Alibi," in collaboration with Sober Rob and Madi. The track, which you can listen to below, features Madi's powerful voice, that can be compared to Banks,  falls perfectly over the heavy bass lines.

"I think you know how sometimes you're just having a small concept, even just a sound in the head and you're following it without really thinking about it," Pham told AXS about his inspiration for making this song. "This was one of these times. After the project grew a little, I started adding contrasting elements. The rest - it just happened. From a technical side we used both Ableton and FL Studio, and there was a ton of processing involved. Although it might be hard to notice, the sounds went back and forth so many times it started to get really gritty."

Pham's sound fits perfectly on the Deadbeats label. It has influences of hip-hop, trap, future bass and electronic, which falls right into the Deadbeats category. 

"I've always been a fan of Zeds Dead and the music they brought to the table influenced me in many ways, so releasing our song on Deadbeats is some sort of a retrospective trip back to the days when I wasn't even making music, but I was a die hard music fan," Pham said.

Not only is he now a part of the Deadbeats family, but he will be opening for Zeds Dead at their annual Red Rocks show, Dead Rocks, this summer—one of the most anticipated concerts of Red Rocks season.

"The show at Red Rocks was one of my dreams and I didn't expect that to happen that quick! I'm looking forward to see the view and wander around the place and play the craziest music out there," he said.

Grab tickets to Dead Rocks here, which not only will have Zeds Dead and Pham on the bill, but Rezz, Camo & Krooked, Nebbra, Ghastly and GG Magree will also be playing. Take a listen to "Alibi" below. 

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