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Frogtoon Music - Artist Biography For Droptek

With 7 years of production knowledge behind him, Droptek (Lewis Munns) is a 23 year old electronic music producer and live act from Bristol, UK. His sound covers a wide range of tempos and styles such as Electro, Dubstep, Glitch-hop, and Drum and Bass. While representing his label Monstercat, Droptek is rapidly building a loyal fan base across the globe. His career started with the tracks ‘Bang’ and ‘Explode’, which caught the attention of Monstercat and gained him a solid grounding within the scene.

Artist Tags For Droptek

1) Dubstep 2) Electronic 3) Brostep 4) Moombahton 5) Bass

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Frogtoon Music - Top Tracks For Droptek

1) Vice 2) Chaos Storm 3) Explode 4) Cosmic Ray 5) Bang 6) Boundaries 7) The Covenant 8) What's Going On (ft. Isabel Higuero) 9) Rupture 10) Killing Time (feat. Isabel Higuero) 11) Jukebox Nightmares 12) Drop That Child 13) Colossus 14) What's Going On (feat. Isabel Higuero) 15) Polygon 16) Madness 17) Fragments 18) Night Bus 19) Inject 20) Mimic 21) Ekstatis 22) Vice (Original Mix) 23) Droppin' it 24) Androids 25) Chaos Storm (Original Mix) 26) Madness (Original mix) 27) Poltergeist 28) The Covenant (Protostar Remix) 29) The Covenant (Original Mix) 30) Polygon (Original Mix) 31) Night Bus (Original mix) 32) Extinction 33) Androids - Original Mix 34) Droppin It 35) Boundaries (Original Mix) [Electro House] [2014] [public70262789] 36) Ekstasis 37) Gunslinger 38) Androids (Original Mix) 39) Boundaries (Original Mix) 40) Killing Time (Ft. Isabel Higuero) 41) Vice (Sublux Remix) 42) Come & Get It by Krewella (Droptek Remix) 43) Killswitch 44) Jukebox Nightmares (Original Mix) 45) Droppin' It (Original Mix) 46) What's Going On (feat. Isabel Higuero) [Monstercat Release] 47) Night Bus (Ray Volpe's Drumstep Edit) 48) Killing Time (feat. Isabel Higuero) (Original Mix) 49) Explode (Original Mix) 50) What's Going On

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