About Zeds Dead
DC and Hooks are Zeds Dead.
They first hooked up in 2004 and formed Mass Productions. Influenced by the digging in the crates sampling school of hip hop, Mass Productions released one independent album in the summer of 2007 entitled Fresh Beetz. It was their first and only release.
In the summer of 2009, the two launched their second collaboration – Zeds Dead – turning up the bpm and aiming the bass-lines at the dance-floor.
As two of the hardest workers in electronic music, Zeds Dead’s tireless efforts have earned them an excellent reputation amongst a new generation of producers as artists without borders – genres hold no bearing over their music as they transcend style and form with ease. They have established themselves as a dominant force in EDM circles and have received recognition and praise from tastemakers worldwide.
Catch them live and you’ll know: Zeds Dead is here to stay
Watch Joe Russo’s Almost Dead welcome Fruit Bats’ Eric D. Johnson as well as Stuart Bogie of Antibalas at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
Watch The Avett Brothers perform “High Steppin'” and “Trouble Letting Go” on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’
Full Show Friday presents the late great Queen Of Soul Aretha Franklin performing live during her legendary run at the Fillmore West in 1971.
The Band guitarist Robbie Robertson unveiled “Let Love Reign,” the latest single from his forthcoming ‘Sinematic’ studio album.
Anders Osborne performed originals and a Dr. John cover on the latest installment of ‘eTown’ and also contributed to the episode’s grand finale of “The Last Time” featuring the house band, Chatham County Line and the McIntosh County Shouters.