Skrillex Releases Surprise Album on New App


When Skrillex announced that he would be hitting the tour circuit beginning this Spring, some fans should have caught on that there was something else coming this way because the EDM staple had not released anything in sometime.

Looks like the DJ fixed that by pulling a Beyoncé and releasing a full album without anyone’s knowledge. This news comes just a day after releasing his “Mothership Tour” dates and a several since the mysterious “Alien Ride” app was released for both Apple and Android.

Starting Monday night, every 30 minutes, the 11 hidden objects began unlock, revealing the songs that would go on to make up his previously unannounced album, Recess. Though now all the tracks have been revealed, Recess will official become available for purchase on March 18 through  OWSLA/BigBeat/Atlantic Records.

The full album is currently available for pre-order for those that wish to, while the full album is currently being streamed over at iTunes Radio for a week or you can just listen to the tracks straight from Soundcloud below. The full track list can also be found with the actual audio from the album.


1.    All Is Fair In Love And Brostep with Ragga Twins
2.    Recess with Kill The Noise, Fatman Scoop and Michael Angelakos
3.    Stranger with KillaGraham from Milo and Otis and Sam Dew
4.    Try It Out (Neon Mix) with Alvin Risk
5.    Coast Is Clear with Chance The Rapper and The Social Experiment
6.    Dirty Vibe with Diplo, G-Dragon from Big Bang and CL from 2NE1
7.    Ragga Bomb with Ragga Twins
8.    Doompy Poomp
9.    Fuck That (“F That” for amended)
10.  Ease My Mind with Niki & The Dove
11.  Fire Away with Kid Harpoon

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