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Entries in dubstep (253)

Wednesday
Apr182012

Track of the Day 4/19/2012: "Daydreamer" - Flux Pavilion ft. Example (Dillon Francis Remix)

Dillion Francis has done it again with his remix of 'Daydreamer'. The original by UK dubstep giant Flux Pavilion stands alone as a strong track, but Francis succeeds in amplifying its sound to a moombahton beat on steroids. The moombah drums and laser synths characteristic of Dillion Francis' sound echo throughout the remix, creating a more upbeat sound at 110BPM. The massive build-ups and dirty drops alongside Example's vocals combine to form a killer track. 

The remix package including mixes by Danny Byrd and Jack Beats is to be released April 29th.

Flux Pavilion feat. Example - Daydreamer by Flux Pavilion

By Laryssa Loza

Wednesday
Apr182012

Bass Heavy Electro House Track "Fire Inside" - Gemini ft. Greta Svabo Bech

Featuring the amazing vocals of Greta Svabo Bech (known for her collaboration with Deadmau5 on the track "Raise Your Weapon"), this track by British Electro House producer Gemini is sure to be a hit. Gemini's mix is dirty, hard, and melodic, breaching the gap between Electro House, dubstep, and drum & bass.

By Edward Fancher

Monday
Apr162012

Filthy Dubstep Remix of Waka Flocka's "Hard in Da Paint" 

Crizzly is a dubstep producer out of San Antonio, Texas, and I love his sound. He is one of the few producers I've heard who can create good dubstep remixes out of rap songs, and this one is awesome. He's definitely an artist to check out if you like the idea of hip hop and dubstep coming together, and if he's ever near you, see him. He goes hard as fuck.

By Sara Landry

Monday
Apr162012

Review: Noisia and Big Chocolate @ Webster Hall (4/13)

A solid drum & bass set is not easy to come by, and is usually subjected to the realms of the underground dance world. I was surprised, then, to see the Dutch trio, represented by Martijn van Sonderen and Thijs de Vlieger, maintain the dark, grimy d&b at Webster Hall on Friday night. The two surprised me with their ability to maintain the dark, grimy d&b that we all love, while bridging the range of their sound with an electro-house vibe.

Despite initial issues with the sound system at Webster, Noisia delivered their genre-crossing bass music to their dancing fans. Their mixing of 'Tommy's Theme,' to 'Diplodocus,' to 'Friendly Intentions' (VIP version) conveyed a progression of their set, which came to a halt midway when they busted out their remix of Deadmau5 and SOFI's immensely popular "Raise Your Weapon."

By that time, Noisia had commanded the entire audience, getting them to sing and sway, before destroying them with their remix of Skrillex's "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites.' Other notable tracks head-banging tracks included 'Stigma' and their own  Noisia's production was truly epic, and their sound was absolutely enormous. They are definitely a group to check out!

Accompanying act Big Chocolate took to the stage, rocking it with face-melting dub. The 21 year old showed his evident passion for the crowd, raging with them for the entirety of the set. The California producer and DJ has gained renown in the music industry in recent years for his hard-hitting remixes. Inspired by death metal, Big Chocolate was actually the co-founder of the band Disfigure the Goddess, and has toured the US with the likes of Dance Gavin Dance.

Twenty minutes into the set, Big Chocolate truly shocked us with a slow building remix of the 1999 classic 'Sandstorm' by Darude. Just when the audience had realized what was happening, he dropped the track back into pulsating dubstep, rallying the crowd's energy. Later he did the same with Bingo Players' 'Rattle,' which was also quite well received by the downtown crowd. 

By Laryssa Loza

Sunday
Apr152012

Filthy New Track From Bass Master Vaski

This new track, released April 9 from dubstep producer Vaski has rocketed to the top-seven most dowloaded dubstep track on beatport. I am very pleased to see Vaski reaching a new level of fame, after seeing him perform at underground shows in the past. Enjoy this sick new track.

Buy on Beatport.

By Edward Fancher