Dubstep | Brig, Chime, & Rob Gasser Team Up For Massive Bass Tune “What The Funk”

Posted by on February 21, 2017

Three of this years rising bass producers have teamed up to bring us an awesome energetic listening experience with their new track “What The Funk.” Brig, Rob Gasser, and Chimes are known for their forward thinking production skills and successful incorporation of hot melodies. The three released the track out on Daily Earfood and quickly became popular with the support of dance music heavyweights. This Dubstep track is an absolute banger in every way, shape, and form.

The track starts off with cheery melodic guitar riffs almost like it comes off a sublime track, but then breaks down into happy bit-crushed melodies that could be compared to those of Zedd. The build up gives us that anticipation of something massive and the boys pulled off a stellar diverse drop. This track features elements unique to each producer and forms a monstrous tune that will have the rail riders going crazy. To hear the track for yourself and dive into the bass filled world of Chimes, Brig, and Rob Gasser, listen to the track link above.

Dubstep | Skrillex’s Classic Hit “Weekends” Receives Massive Flip By Crankdat

Posted by on November 15, 2016

If you’ve been following Crankdat lately, you know the dude is on a mission with these bold remixes of throwbacks from DJ Fresh, Porter Robinson and more. The Ohio native now returns with a heavy rework of Skrillex’s single “Weekends” featuring Sirah which was originally released in 2010. Crankdat is legitimately pumping out a new remix, or “re-crank”, every other week. While we haven’t heard many singles from the rising bass producer this year, severals rips of his collaboration with Jauz have surfaced on Soundcloud and YouTube. Be on the look out for that track as it’s sure to be a banger we’ll remember. In the meantime, tune into Crankdat’s hard-hitting flip of “Weekends” by Skrillex. Enjoy!

Dubstep | Chime Releases Bass-Filled Remix Of IMLAY’s Hazy Original “Empress”

Posted by on November 5, 2016

Chime does some serious impressing with this one. With his three-stripes-and-a-circle symbol flying high, Chime add’s something to IMLAY’s “Empress” release that his fans love and know all too well. Vivid, melodic bass that’s a blast to rock out to “Empress (Chime Remix) give plenty of opportunity to do just that with this one.

Chime’s resume of sounds speaks for itself at this point. NCS, Firepower, MA Music, and Daily Earfood are just a handful of the labels Chime has been above to win over. All of his releases has a common core that runs through it, video game music seeming to be where he evolved from to get to this point. Word on the street is Chime will be dropping a full EP on Firepower Records as well. The man keeps pumping out tracks, interested to see how Chime will evolve in 2017.

If you enjoy melodic bass, Chime is your man.

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Dubstep | Crankdat Revives DJ Fresh’s Standout Single “Louder” With Massive Rework

Posted by on November 3, 2016

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Well folks…Crankdat is at it again with another monster of a track. If you’ve been keeping tabs on the 19-year-old, he’s been dropping a brand new “re-crank” every other week. Lately, he’s been remixing some iconic throwbacks like Swedish House Mafia’s “Save The World” and Porter Robinson’s “Unison“. His latest release is a hybrid rework of DJ Fresh’s single “Louder”. The first drop thrives on high-pitch dubstep stabs while the second drop immerses itself in a more lush, melodic sequence. Enjoy!

Bass, Chill, Dubstep, Pop, Remix, Trap | John Legend – Love Me Now (SEMLR Remix)

Posted by on November 2, 2016

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Finally a solid remix of this classic Love Me Now song by John Legend. We have had a ton of remix submissions of this song but this is one that definitely stood out with its “melodic dubstep” kind of feel. This one will be on repeat.

Dubstep | Hairitage’s “They’re Overthrown” Revive’s A Classic Dubstep Feel

Posted by on October 29, 2016

Hairitage is a man of many faces, but one thing is for certain. The dude knows how to slay the game when it comes to quality bass. His latest original “They’re Overthrown,” which was picked up by Trapstyle (a channel with 111K following), combines a handful of classic dubstep elements with a modern feel like few others can capture. “They’re Overthrown” features mid-20th century movie audio clips, a cinematic/melodic feel to the drop, and contains serious substance in the intro, bridge and ending.

A quick look at Hairitage’s SoundCloud shows the guy has been in the game for quite some time, releasing a handful and originals on his own. “They’re Overthrown” showcases the solo artist is pushing the limits and trying to take his game next level, expanding the variety of sounds he produces.

Dubstep, Trap | AWAL Puts Bass Heavy Twist On The Trap Nation Hit “I Am The King” By James Meyers

Posted by on October 25, 2016

If you thought the feeling conveyed by James Meyers’ “I Am The King” was badass, you need to hear what LA’s own AWAL has done to it. To me, AWAL’s signature sound found within is his dark-pop flavor he adds to many of his releases: fast-paced drums, metal guitar work, and eery harmony layered, all falling at just the right time within the beat/measure to deliver an enhanced version of what the original has given us.

AWAL has handfuls of nice recognition that has come his way. He has played festivals globally, Shaq played out his track at Tomorrowland, and he’s been supported by Carnage, Chuckie, DJ BL3ND, Don Diablo, and more.