Photo courtesy of Henrix’s Soundcloud.

Miami-based Henrix brought the sound of acid back to the spotlight with his new track, “Acid, Rave, Sex.” Premiered by Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike in “Smash The House,” the track really brings back some elements lost in new electronic dance music.

The lyrics of the track inspire to go against the government officials that try to shut down raves and festivals. “They think they can but they wont,” as Henrix said.

The vocals are listed under the track on Soundcloud, and they really are something unique. This part was my favorite:

“You may hate us. You may misunderstand us. You may be unaware of our existence. We can only hope you do not care to judge us. We are not criminals. We are not disillusioned. We are not drug addicts. We are not naive children. We are one massive, global, tribal village that transcends man-made law, physical geography, and time itself. We are The Massive. One Massive. We are the love generation and all we want is Acid, Rave, Sex.”

Take a listen to “Acid, Rave, Sex,” for yourself, and see what the fuss is all about: