Fred Again, Skrillex, and Four Tet Drop their Collaborative Single “Baby Again..”
Fred Again, Skrillex, and Four Tet Drop their Collaborative Single “Baby Again..”March 17, 2023
This long-awaited debut single from the trio follows Skrillex and Fred Again’s massive joint-tune with Flowdan, “Rumble,” which appeared on Skrillex’s surprise Quest For Fire LP last month. “Baby Again..” was first teased by Fred Again during his acclaimed Boiler Room performance from the Summer of 2022 and once more during all three artists’ sudden and monumental five-hour set at their sold-out Madison Square Garden event in New York City.
As the story goes, the track was conceived during a spontaneous studio session in the remote countryside town of Pangbourne, UK, sparking the unofficial ‘Pangbourne House Mafia’ alias that fans worldwide have begun to use when referring to this celebrated trio. Listen below.
Fred Again.., Skrillex and Four Tet’s track “Baby Again..” is out now via Atlantic Records UK. Download/Stream it on Beatport.
Sonny John Moore, better known as Skrillex, is an American DJ and record producer who began his music career as the lead singer of the post-hardcore band From First to Last. After recording two studio albums with the band, he left in 2007 to pursue a solo career. Skrillex released his debut EP, Gypsyhook, in 2009, and soon after began distributing his music under the Skrillex name, releasing the dubstep EP My Name Is Skrillex for free download on his MySpace page. He gained popularity with the release of his Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites EP in 2010, and his success continued with subsequent releases like More Monsters and Sprites in 2011. He has won eight Grammy Awards and has collaborated with other notable artists like Diplo and Boys Noize in the groups Jack Ü and Dog Blood, respectively. He also reunited with From First to Last in 2017 to release a single, “Make War,” and produced and mixed the eighth studio album by rock band Incubus, titled 8. In 2023, he released two albums, Quest for Fire and Don’t Get Too Close, one day apart.