Prepare to get punched in the face with an auditory mind-bender. There’s no better way to describe this one than a dipping roller coaster ride over some ambient sound waves. Most of the song sounds fairly inverted from your usual dub-wobble, giving it a unique feel from other standard dubstep tracks. Cram that innovation with some 8-bit-sounding drum samples and you’ve got this blasting track from the past.
Archive for August, 2011
Here’s a new exclusive track coming your way from Feed Me off Mau5trap’s Meowington’s Hax soundtrack album. Rockin’ a huge electro house feel, this one is sure to see some pretty crazy dance floors when it gets dropped on tour. Feed Me throws down some heavy dubstep tracks but is also (and probably more) known for his work in this heavy electro-house genre. Deadmau5 approves, and so do I.
In my opinion this is one of the best songs of the year to come out of the UK music scene. Foreign Beggars have a knack for doing perfect collaborations with the best in the dubstep game and this track is no exception. Mirroring their collaboration in “Scatta,” the UK electro-rap sensations teamed up yet again with Skrillex to create this monster of a track. The pairing between their verses and Sonny Moore’s signature dubstyle is a match made in heaven. Personally, I’d love to see a whole album come from this dream team. However, this track is more than good enough to hold down the fort ’till my dreams come true.
This infamous track for some reason is currently stuck in my head, so I’m here to spread to contagious love. Honestly the first time I heard this i almost lost my lunch in a fit of laughter. This is certainly one of the more ridiculous game remixes I’ve ever heard for sure. Much like the Macarena, this song has that little vocal blip that keeps everyone going between sections (though this one is a bit more vulgar than a weird noise that vaguely sounds like “aight”). So without further ado, grab your Gameboy and bump this wonderful laughtrack of 8-bit proportions.
Here’s a brand new unreleased track from the prince of wub himself, Skrillex. This track has been a part of his live sets for quite some time now, however until now no studio versions had been revealed anywhere on the internet. Well this little gem made its debut at studio quality and fans are being taken by storm. Packing everything any Skrillex fan would want in a new song, “Right Here” can now join the ranks among the rest of Skrillex’s dubstep anthems. Still an unreleased track nonetheless but if this is any hint at what the pending LP is going to be like, we are in for one hell of a treat. Share this up and create some hype!
Another killer track from Teo Acosta that just dropped on SoundCloud this weekend. Teaming up with Bravura Red and featuring some beautiful vocal stints from Reesa Renee, Teo delivers some serious filth on this track yet again. This one seriously drops some HEAVY dubstep core while still maintaining a catchy and palpable groove. Speaker cones beware.
Oh damn right it’s about to go down. Killer remix from Specimen A, taking an already stellar spinoff and adding that dubstep dance flair sure to get any hips moving. This is certainly a cornerstone to my dance set list. Awesome buildup, awesome drop, and some uniquely bubbly dance wobbles that will satisfy any groove lover. Make your day with this.