Dubstep, Electro-House, Moombahton | Kill The Noise — Roots Remixed EP

Posted by on July 24, 2012

If you want to talk about a producer who puts out some of the most top quality tracks in the Dubstep scene right now, then Kill The Noise is a producer that should be near the top of that list. Having spent countless months on his first OWSLA EP “Kill Kill Kill”, which is where we first witnessed that amazing growl sound he mastered so well. Now we have this “Roots Remixed EP” released under Slow Roast Records under which the original “Roots EP” was released.

Not only is Kill The Noise’s remix amazing, but so are the other 5 remixes. Starting with the KTN remix, we see that sensational,heavy, bass bumping style that has become a house hold favorite. I will say this, the intro does get a little bit annoying after about 10 seconds of it, but the drop makes it well worth it. Next up is Brillz outstanding Trap/Dubstep fusion remix. Many of you might not know Brillz, but he was part of Ultraviolet which was featured on “Kill Kill Kill”; you guys might remember them from the hit track Dying ft Emily Hudson. Either way Brillz had my second favorite remix on this EP. The horns and high synths mixed with the Trap percussions all work so well together. Kastle Slow Motion also had a Trap remix, but they had a little more funk feel to their remix. It sounded like something you would hear Outkast rapping over and I wasn’t feeling it too much because it just felt out of place on the EP. Torro Torro has had their remix of My World  complete for almost a year now so you can imagine how relieved they were to hear it was going to be released. Definitely a great Moombahton remix to the track keeping the latin vibes throughout on this one. This track has more of the original Moombahton feel without all the new Dubstep synths we hear nowadays mixed into tracks. Will Bailey also had a dope Moombahton remix as well, but his remix relates more to what we hear currently in the Moombahton scene. This track really reminded me of something off of Alvin Risk’s latest “Infinity EP” with the high pitch laser synths, which isn’t a bad thing in my opinion. Last but not least we have Codes Nu Dance remix, which is a pretty dope funked out remix. This one is definitely a great dance tune and something pretty unique. Grab the EP on Beatport HERE.


Here is a nice sampler mix of all the tracks on the EP by Kill The Noise