Dubstep | Invertex’s Dirty Dubstep EP “Endless Nightmare” Is A Shocker

Posted by on May 1, 2015

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Invertex has some seriously evil bass sounds. The EP Endless Nightmare, released on up-and-coming bass label Crime Kitchen, features d’n’b, dubstep, and an injection of experimentalism to form the 2 originals and remixes the is Endless Nightmare. For bass music fans, this is something you don’t want to miss.

iTunes: Invertex – Endless Nightmare EP

Dubstep | Rave With Lektrique And His EP “OMEGA”

Posted by on April 28, 2015

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Lektrique just released his EP “Omega” and I’ve used this comparison before for another release, but if you’re looking for the right fight music to spar to, or mosh to, you’ve come to the right place. Lektrique isn’t fucking around, “Omega” is where it’s at,  and with festival season in full motion, if you’re not the kind to attend with a Hawaiian shirt on, press play, and rave on! This is a must listen!

iTunes: Lektrique “Omega EP”

Dubstep | The Kaptain Makes Waves With Wet Paint’s “Limitless”

Posted by on April 24, 2015

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Kaptain might’ve made my Friday, his remix of Wet Paint’s “Limitless” is super fresh, and I’m loving this wave of quality releases from our favorite up and coming producers, it’s making me a happy blogger on this chili Friday. If you’re a trance lover, and went through your dubstep phase, you’ll maturely enjoy this, and that flute with the bossa nova vibes will get you… Shitt, this is a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: Wet Paint – Limitless (Kaptain Remix)

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Dubstep | SNAILS – King Is Back (ft. Big Ali)

Posted by on April 7, 2015

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Whattt, Big Ali went vomitstep thanks to the help of Canadian producer Snails’ latest release “King Is Back,” and it sounds absolutely crazy! If you’re wondering where you know Big Ali from, he’s the hype man on Bob Sinclar’s “Rock This Party,” and one of France’s biggest radio DJs, and this time he’s going harder than usual, and I kind of like it! This is a must listen!

Dubstep | Trivecta – Ease My Soul ft. Charlotte Haining

Posted by on March 25, 2015

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I’m not going to lie. I still have a guilty pleasure for melodic dubstep. With Seven Lions and Adventure Club being the creme de la creme over the past couple years, the organization of a chaotic genre like dubstep just made total sense and it takes a lot of skill to produce a clean cut of the sound. Tampa-based Trivecta boasts his intricate stylings in his latest original “Ease My Soul.” He teams up with vocalist Charlotte Haining to lay down some elegant croons to balance out the flurry of synths and percussion he blasts into complete harmony. Snag the song on iTunes as this talent has just started his tidal wave of success. “Ease My Soul” is also available on Spotify.

Bass, Dubstep, Hip-Hop | Louis Futon – Louis Futon EP

Posted by on January 30, 2015

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Coming hot out of Philly, rising star Louis Futon developed quite the reputation and fan base amongst future bass fans. His distinct mixture of hip-hop, bass, melodic dubstep, and trap has evolved a sound that carves a niche for the producer in a crowded space. To take his career to the next level, Futon has released his self-titled EP for free download, although it will be uploaded to iTunes, Spotify, and Beatport on February 2nd. The aspiring producer already unveiled two singles, “Sir Rock” and “DRNUK,” but adds two new originals, “Silk” and “Take Off,” as well as remixes by Kill Paris, Tijani, and Kasbo. With so many tracks to choose from, fans will sure find one if not all the tracks that they can jam out to. Download the full EP at LouisFutonBeats.com.

Dubstep | Australian Native JAWZ Serves Us His Remix To ‘The Weekend’

Posted by on December 20, 2014

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Australian native JAWZ supplies a heavy serving of bass with this fat remix to ‘The Weekend’ by Generik. What was a summer anthem has now received a resurrection and comes with a synthesized drop too familiar with the genre – but that’s just why I love this. As the year comes to a wrap, we only have a few more weekends to commemorate what I hope has been a fantastic year for you all (it’s been pretty damn good on my end). Add this one to your ‘Turn-Up’ playlist, it’s a guaranteed party-starter. Give him some Hype-M lovin’ too if you dig this.