Dubstep, Moombahton | SKisM – Experts (xKore Remix)

Posted by on October 24, 2012

SKisM is set to release part 3 of his Division Series on October 29th, but it wouldn’t be right if he didn’t continue his streak of giving a free download before its release. Today we got a great freebie of xKore’s monstrous official remix for this track, thanks to Inspector Dubplate for the upload. It wouldn’t be an xKore track without his bouncy synths, aggressive growls and heavy bass. We have seen xKore dabble in the slower BPM’s from his last EP such as his track Everybody Rock. You can’t really blame someone with so much talent for destroying other genres as xKore has proven to us again in this track. Grab this heavy free download HERE.

Dubstep | R Rated #41

Posted by on August 8, 2012

This first track for R Rated is provided courtesy of SKisM. Although it doesn’t categorize exactly as dubstep, it instead is more glitch/moombahcore, but still heavy enough to be considered in this weeks R Rated. SKisM always keeps it fresh with his tracks and giving away his second installment of the ‘Division’ Series today was a good start to the day. The actual release is on August 20th accompanied by a remix from drum & bass producer TC. Both tracks definitely pack a punch so be on the lookout for the release.

Moxix unleashed this heavy bass filled banger only a few days and it clearly hasn’t been getting the recognition it deserves. Mach and I had a mutual understanding that this track would not be left out R Rated this week, because it is one of those heavy bangers that is given away for free every so often. The quiet intro and build up can be deceiving to what actually takes place during the drop, so be prepared.

Trolley Snatcha released a free EP this week through Scion AV covering dubstep as well as some UK garage tracks. This collaboration with Foreign Beggars definitely turned out to be my favorites on the EP, as well as probably the heaviest track featured on the EP.  I had a feeling we wouldn’t exactly be seeing the best he had to offer being that it was a free EP, but it wasn’t a lost cause. You can download the rest of the EP if you are interested along with this track through Scion AV HERE.

I was pretty surprised after I strolled through my Soundcloud to hear this freebie promoting the release of Doctrine’s free EP. I went in listening to this track with no expectations and I found myself bobbing my head and feeling this track all the way throughout. Although we hear the typical “Yoy” modern talking synths and the Flux Pavillion high pitched leads the combination of all of them turned out pretty well in this track. Although the rest of the EP wasn’t too enticing to me personally I still recommend that everyone take a listen anyways, which can be found in the Soundcloud description along with the free DL.