Dubstep | Apashe Goes All Out With His Official Dodge & Fuski Remix

Posted by on June 6, 2017

Apashe is known in the bass world as one of the most creative producers. Generally, his stuff is heavy, but his latest remix shows exactly how heavy he can get if he puts his mind to it. Disciple Records alongside Dodge & Fuski asked Apashe for a remix of their song “Comeback” and he did not disappoint. Released today as a free download, this track is a must hear and a must have. Time and time again Apashe shows why he is one of the best without fail. Check out the remix today and stay tuned for the full remix release in a few days.

Dubstep | Krimer Brings Dreams To Life With His Official Apashe Remix

Posted by on June 5, 2017

Apashe’s LP Copter Boy was full of hits, one of those being his “Day Dream” collaboration with Splitbreed. After his LP, the Montreal producer secretly tapped some of his friends for official remixes, one of which was the fellow Montreal resident Krimer. Krimer’s heavy dubstep flip of “Day Dream” has been released today through Kannibalen Records as a free download for fans to get excited for the rest of the remixes. All it takes is one and Krimer delivered big. If this was all we got, we’d be satisfied as it is just that good. Get ready to headbang, this one is huge!

Dubstep | Chime Releases Bass-Heavy Single “Starstorm”

Posted by on May 12, 2017

The UK’s own Chime continues to churn out melodic bangers like it is no one’s business. It is anyone’s guess how he does it, but this solo DJ is well informed about the secret sauce needed to not only produce tracks fast, but how to make great ones that his audience go rabid for. With “Starstorm”, Chime goes a bit more experimental, working more with sustained, softer synths and less of the quick cuts, hooks, and catchy moments.

With so many songs under his belt, it’s no surprise Chime has over 25K fans across socials and takes pleasure in hanging out with them whenever he can. Chime will be playing shows later in 2017 and, of course, making new music.


Dubstep | Kai Wachi Gets Ready For Festivals With “SHUTITDOWN”

Posted by on May 10, 2017

Kai Wachi is undoubtedly one of the best bass music producers you can find. A lot of times I have found that he’s your favorite producer’s favorite producer, as far as trap and dubstep is concerned. Although Kai usually straddles the line between the two, with his latest song “SHUTITDOWN” released on Kannibalen Records is concerned, dub reigns supreme. I don’t know how Kai Wachi manages to make his music even dirtier than before, but somehow he is able to do so while keeping musicality at the forefront of his creations. Lastly, make sure to check Kai’s schedule because he’ll be playing his first festival sets this year!

Dubstep | Rob Gasser Releases On MA Music With “Synthetic Heart EP”

Posted by on May 9, 2017

Rob Gasser’s Synthetic Heart EP, is one of the most creative sounds to come out of MA Music this year. Packed with bass, video-game-music influences, and a variety of genre choices, the solo artist based out of Switzerland picked a solid three tracks to put into his latest EP – “Full Force,” in particular, being a favorite via it’s highly creative rhythmic, melodic sound in the drop and the mid-tempo feel.

Rob Gasser has released on NCS, UKF, and a host of smaller to mid-level labels. He fits well within the melodic bass niche he is in, but showcases many production elements that make him stand out. Rob Gasser is never out of stock when it comes to new music. This EP certainly isn’t the last we have heard from him in 2017.

Dubstep | Chime Follows Up Collaberation Hit “What The Funk” With “Wait For Me”

Posted by on May 9, 2017

Last time, Chime collaborated with some of the hottest names in the melodic bass game with “What The Funk”, a single that capitalizes on the essence of all three artists, Chime, Brig, and Rob Gasser. With “Wait For Me,” Chime works alone, showcasing his rager personality mixed with melodic synth work. The result is classic Chime that we have grown to love mixed with a bit of an updated, 2017 sound.

Chime has been all over the place these past few years, garnering upwards of 800K plays across streaming channels during that time. Chime has been producing since 2011 and has been a part of label families that include Firepower Records, Kinphonic, Most Addictive Records, NoCopyrightSounds and more.

Dubstep | Riot Ten’s “Headbusta” Is Here To Break Necks

Posted by on May 3, 2017

As if the roster of Kannibalen Records artists wasn’t stacked enough, they go on and have releases with some of bass music’s finest on top. Their latest is from Riot Ten, the dynamic #HypeOrDie producer who has been making some big waves. His collaboration with hip-hop’s Milano the Don on “Headbusta” is set to be dubstep’s Summer anthem. It’s just what the festivals need, a little fiery vocal action leading up to a gargantuan drop of grisly basses. Get those necks ready and have some icy hot on hand, because you’re going to need it with this one. If you’re trying to rage this week, then look no further than “Headbusta” from Riot Ten.