Posted by jewcebox on January 30, 2015
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.
Posted by JT on December 20, 2014
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.
Posted by JT on December 9, 2014
Prince Fox’s tempo’d down, heavy hitting, sound-swallowing drops are becoming his signature move. His official remix to CAZZETTE’s ‘Blind Heart’ is a pure testament to the main-stage quality of his music and he’s showing no signs of slowing down – he has yet to release an original but his tunes are racking up hundreds of thousands of plays consistently. If you haven’t heard of this name yet, cop his free downloads – they’re guaranteed to reach the top of your most played tunes.
Posted by BP on October 24, 2014
Immediately after hearing this track, I knew it had to be written up. I’ve been in a bit of a writing drought, and this track sparked my inspiration back up. That’s got to be saying something! Illenium, from Denver, brings us this dubstep remix of “Shark” by Wonder Wonder today. I thoroughly enjoy the vocals from the original track, and the new twist from Illenium. It’s definitely melodic dubstep and clearly shows experience in production. I would go as far as to call this “chillstep” – but with a little bit clearer structure to the song. The drops are smooth and the lead will be stuck in your head all day! Download it for free below!
Free Download: Wonder Wonder – Shark (Illenium Remix)
Posted by BP on September 16, 2014
This piece is absolutely beautiful. It was too hard to pass up. Mr FijiWiji produced another skilled melodic dubstep track, and this time teamed up with Tritonal as well. The piano in “Seraphic” coveys so much emotion as the chill synths ring underneath. The drops include stabbing low synths and an eerie atmosphere. Thrilling and unique, you’ve got to press play. If this ambient track is your style you can find it for purchase on Itunes.
Posted by BP on August 20, 2014
I haven’t posted any dubstep in a while so I figured I better write this track up. “So Wrong” by Illenium is melodic dubstep done right. Chill and bass filled, this original is a great addition to your chill playlist. The melody will stay in your head long after you click play. The drums aren’t traditional for a dubstep track, but they sound great and give it a unique vibe. Scoop this track for free on Facebook!
Free Download: Illenium – So Wrong
Posted by BP on August 8, 2014
Said the Sky dropped a new remix for us today! This take on “Faux” by Novo Amor & Ed Tullett is chill to say the least. The first half of the song hits a more ambient genre, gently flowing along with soft piano and guitar. The middle section is packed with emotion and frames the beautiful vocals with ease. The last drop is what makes this song pop. It drops into melodic dubstep, and growling bass mixing in with the emotional piano. Grab it for free!
Free Download: Novo Amor & Ed Tullett – Faux (Said the Sky Remix)