Pixel Terror talks video games, sponsorships and life as a digital duo
FBI podcast finale leaks international show information, travel tips and upcoming releases
From genre-bending EPs on Welcome Records to tracks on Rocket League, a G FUEL sponsorship and more, the pandemic did not slow Pixel Terror down. There's no stopping this duo — Bentley and Ahrya have been an ever-growing force, always bringing something different and fresh to the forefront of the EDM scene.
We sat down with Bentley and Ahrya who spilled details on their plans for 2021 shows, mentioned a few huge in-the-works EP releases and shared what it's like to be in the Monstercat fam. The interview started off with a major hint at another stop in the 5280.
"Denver always goes off, we love Denver," Bentley said. He had played Denver at a venue called Your Mom's House. They were supposed to play Red Rocks Amphitheater with Illenium in 2019, but it got snowed out. Their show was rescheduled for Temple Denver, a spot the FBI team regretfully missed, moreso after viewing the insane videos that emerged from that event.
Monstercat is video game-inspired and it just made sense that connection would play out for Pixel Terror, resulting in their tracks featured in games like Rocket League and