Alternative, Drum & Bass, Electronic | Max Frost – White Lies (Tune In Crew Remix) // Tune In Crew – Still Waters
Posted by Spice on April 21, 2014
Two big new tracks from one of our favorite duos out of France, the Tune In Crew. The first is a high energy, drum n’ bass-infused remix of Max Frost’s “White Lies,” which switches up the vocal blend of the original while weaving in a rich combination of live instruments (is that a maracas?). An unexpected but wonderfully seamless trap break mellows out the vibe midway through before the track hurtles back into a spray of fast-paced kicks. The second track switches gears considerably; drawing inspiration from epic movie soundtracks, the twangy, instrumental “Still Waters” is yearning and bluesy and would no doubt be right at home in a Tarantino montage. Stream both below.
Posted by BP on January 20, 2014
Fractal’s new two track EP called “Spection” is pretty impressive. He shows skill in two different genres, first drumstep in “Spection” and then chill/ambient in “Mountain Hunter”. Both tracks are excellent. “Spection” is fast, fun and full of growls. Definitely a head bobber. “Mountain Hunter” is mellow, eerie, and even though chill isn’t a genre that Fractal frequents, it was a pleasant surprise to see it done so well. This EP is worth checking out for sure.
Beatport: Fractal – Spection EP
Posted by VMan on December 18, 2013
Son Of Kick just released a free download for his edit of Foreign Beggars and D.ablo’s “Anywhere” and it goes HARD. If you’re not familiar with Foreign Beggars, get familiar, they are huge in the Drum & Bass scene, and smash every track they hop on. Son Of Kick is an up and coming D&B producer from the UK that has been receiving a lot of attention lately, and will be going on tour in the US with 12th Planet. His tour schedule can be viewed here. This is a must listen and a must download!
Posted by Mach on December 12, 2013
The Black Sun Empire & Noisia “Hideous” remix competition is over. I would like to give a huge congrats to Haywyre for winning the competition with his unbelievable glitchy, jazzed out remix. I was sad to see that the trio Audeka didn’t place, but Haywyre is more than deserving himself. Audeka has given out the download to their neuro-hop gem so not all is lost. Happy downloading.
Free Download: Black Sun Empire & Noisia – Hideous (Audeka Remix)
Posted by Mach on December 12, 2013
Nadia Ali’s “Rapture” is a trance classic in my opinion, and there have been many artists that have done their fair share of house, electro, and dubstep remixes, but this liquid drum & bass remix is a first for me. Jest*R is a lone producer from Myrtle Beach, SC and I really have to give him props on this remix. It is a serious beauty. I half expected the overuse of the vocals as most remixes of “Rapture” have, but Jest*R seems to have put much more focus on his melody, letting the vocals be that little extra something to the mix.
Free Download: Nadia Ali – Rapture (Jest*R Remix)
Drum & Bass, Electro, Electronic, Hip-Hop, House | Far East Movement x the Soundbender – Murder Was the Bass EP
Posted by FilthyTaft on December 10, 2013
Here it is – the much awaited new EP from FEM and Soundbender. The bass heavy EP features some appearances from Kurupt and even Riff Raff. Far East Movement’s Kev Nish says, “We’ve always been huge Dogg Pound and Kurupt fans and had the chance to meet Kurupt when we worked with Snoop. We thought how sick it would be to do something crazy reppin’ the West with Kurupt and here it is.” Far East Movement are currently featured on the #1 US iTunes Dance Album Dance (RED) Save Lives, Vol. 2 on their Kill Paris collaboration “There Will Be No Rain.” EDMsauce.com called the track “incredible” and Earmilk.com said it is “absolutely stunning.” Murder Was The Bass continues Far East Movement dive into production following their Remix EP of the group’s current single “The Illest.” Early this year, they released GRZZLY, a free mixtape for fans that featured a collection of song remixes along with a few new tracks.
Posted by Mach on December 9, 2013
Joe Ford is one of the hottest names in bass music right now and the majority of the population doesn’t even know it yet. After his last successful release this year, “The Mission” EP, it comes to no surprise that he has yet again dominated with his “Culture” EP. Joe Ford kicks off this fresh EP with the title track “Culture”. This song is a behemoth, it is like Joe Ford thought to himself “Build up? Nah, I’m going to rape my fans in the face with my opening track on this release”. The waves of bass on this drop are ridiculous, I feel like my ears are being beaten to death by the lightsaber mach 1. “Distilled” tones the EP down a little… just a little. The track brings in the ever growing neuro-hop styling, bouncing you through some great kicks with the addition of that lovely flavor of reese-bass. As a gamer, this is the kind of track I’d want to be blasting my through hordes of noobs with.
I can see “Immobilise” being the theme of a fast traveling Spaceship being chased by another which is firing upon it, weaving in and out of asteroids with the occasional collision. If Michael Bay’s taste in music was worth anyone’s time, he would consider “Immobilise” for a space-flight scene in the next “Transformers” movie. Now, imagine a universe where Lex Luther kills Superman, Cell obliterates the Saiyans, and the Avengers perish at the hands of Ultron. Unopposed, “Villain” would be the track played as these cocky evil doers decimated our planet. If villains actually won, this song would be perfect, but considering they never do, we will just have to sit back and bump out to this badass tune with our imaginations.
Last, but not least we see the return of Asa on yet another EP ender with Inspected. “Real Talk” isn’t the kind of track we have been seeing throughout Joe Ford’s EP, it is the end of the story we have been listening to. “Culture” started us with the intense game changer that set the premise, “Distilled” the attempted fight through the initial bass threat, “Immobilise” the fight to the death, and “Villain” the defeat and utter destruction of what is left. Last, is the calm after the storm, with those left alive wondering what else is to come, the “Real Talk”. This is one of the best works I have heard all year, Joe Ford just set the bar.