Dubstep | Swedish House Mafia – Save The World (BARE RMX)

Posted by on November 1, 2012

And BARE for the win. Just out of the blue, Bare drop his filthy remix of “Save The World.” I honestly had never had the chance to listen to it before its release tonight, but I don’t think it would have affected my opinion of this filth. This remix just raped my ears, and kind of damaged my headphones I think haha, so be careful.


Mainstream Remix | Dotcom Remixes

Posted by on September 16, 2012

Originally known for his mashups, Dotcom decided to step out of the box and venture into the world of originals. All I can say to that is we’re sure as hell glad he did. Below are two remixes he just released and their filthy to say the least. Dotcom takes Dada Life’s already heavy “Feed the Dada” and infuses it with enough heavy synths and deep base to give the track a complete makeover. Big ups to Dotcom, keep an eye on this kid.

Dubstep, Electro-House, Review | Zomboy – The Dead Symphonic EP

Posted by on September 3, 2012

Zomboy has outdone himself, something that to my own disappointment in myself, I thought was not possible. To honor this great masterpiece, I REFUSE TO RELATE ZOMBOY TO SKRILLEX. Ah, feels good to get that out there. As similar as their styles are, Zomboy produces significantly different than the Dubstep tycoon. Zomboy actually has gone much heavier in his productions, something that Sev and I thoroughly enjoy. I have so much to say about this EP, but I know the last thing anyone wants to do is read for hours. My top three tracks from the EP are “Nuclear,” “Vancouver Beatdown,” and “Gorilla March.”

“Nuclear” is a wild Reggae/Drumstep track. The vibes that follow with this filthy track make you glad it wasn’t a short listen. “Vancouver Beatdown” is one of the heavier dance tunes that I am actually able to enjoy. A lot of producers just think that because they added in heavy synths and bass that people will love it. Sadly people will, because that style distracts people from the fact that the track has no creativity. Thankfully that isn’t the case for this sweet Electro-House tune. Lastly, “Gorilla March,” oh my god. This track makes you want to start moshing hardcore, turn this heater up as high as you can and throw down like never before. My three favorites in no way reflect how massive of a release this truly is. Zomboy is officially a god for this EP, he has set an incredible standard.


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Dubstep | R Rated #43

Posted by on August 22, 2012

Man do we have a packed R Rated this week. So many quality tunes to unleash on you guys that it has had us excited all day! We have all kinds of tracks so lets begin with the first pick, Figure. Let me start by saying, HOLY SH**! We haven’t known Figure to ever dissapoint, and that streak continues. This tune is next level on all kinds of nasty and is epic enough to melt your brain with some supersonic brainwaves.

Next up we switch gears to a darker tune by Skywalkerr. Yes, here on R Rated we love the heavy filthy tunes, but we also enjoy the deep, heavy dark ones as well. Skywalkerr shows promise in this track with some glimpses of early Cookie Monsta and even a little bit of Bassnectar. Everyone keep an eye out for this Californian by following him on Facebook HERE and shout outs to WhompTexas for the find.

This next one by Truth is also another deep tune, but with a little more nasty dabbled on top. Using some aggressive distorted wobbles to accompany the bass and deep sounds, this album looks very promising

I’m not going to lie, I was a fan of the original of this remix at one point in time, but hearing this remix sparked my interest in the track again. Vital Technique and Mikey B outdid themselves on this fun remix, giving it a little bit of Datsik flavor to carry the vocals through.

This next one is by Texas native, Treg. Shout outs to WhompTexas again for showing me two absolute bangers in one day! This one isn’t anything like what we heard earlier from Skywalkerr, but 10 times heavier. At first we were only going to preview the song, but we were able to get the exclusive hook-up on this one for the FNT fans, but I need everyone to go follow him on Soundcloud and like his Facebook page HERE.

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Dubstep | R Rated #40

Posted by on August 1, 2012

I am completely speechless right now after hearing this remix. Vexare has outdone himself, this remix is amazing. The saddest thing about this track is there is no official date for its release. Vexare said that he would be playing the full track at Next Level 2012 in Los Angeles, CA on August 11th. I wish I could go just to hear this played.

The original of this next track was actually really good. Flinch has been doing a lot of good work lately, but so has SPL. This is the third bomb remix from SPL I have heard in the past couple months. I didn’t think he could do another filthy remix like this after his “Gansters” VIP.

Exilica has been releasing one track after another for weeks now. Each one being just as good as the last, these two track have been released in just the past day. The first one, “Into Darkness,” is heavy enough to make my ears hurt in delight. The vocals are smooth and sweet, but that drop will kill you in your sleep. The second track is another original of Exilica’s called “The War.” I can’t for the life of me put my finger on the name of the movie sampled in this track, but it is just as filthy as the first.



Hip-Hop | YONAS – Drive It Like It’s Stolen

Posted by on June 11, 2012

YONAS has made waves lately with his remixes nobody has been able to touch. Most notably, our favorite Bronx street preacher flipped Foster The People’s chart topping hit, “Pumped Up Kicks”, which is on the brink of breaking 2,000,000 hits on YouTube.  While YONAS’ attack has been rather stealth over the past few years, he’s beginning to garner the recognition he deserves with love from some of the most respected hip-hop sites such as XXL.  Continuing with his string of amazing sampled tracks, Y-O brings it back to the blueprint and delivers a filthy new track over The Glitch Mob’s “Drive It Like You Stole It” which will act as the second single off his upcoming project.  Consider this a verbal warning as YONAS shares a lesson on how to “Drive It Like It’s Stolen”.  The Transition mixtape coming June 25th!

“This is not Mac Miller, this is that much iller, this is R.I.P. hipsters, I’m a backpack killer” – YONAS

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Dubstep | R Rated #24

Posted by on April 11, 2012

A couple sick previews to kick off R this week. First is a clip of Tomba’s ‘You and Me,’ off of his upcoming EP, ‘Time To Slam.’ This track is pretty grimy, been looking forward to some new original Tomba.  The ‘Time To Slam’ EP drops April 30th. This next preview is quite the treat, and I honestly will be waiting very impatiently for its release. The intro is melodic and simple, which is a great start to any track. All of a sudden the pace changes, and your left watching this beat warp into a filthy drop. Releases April 30th.

With the release of Datsik’s ‘Vitamin D,’ means the conclusion of the ‘Full Blown’ contest. Taking the win with an epic submission is The Firm. It is some nasty Drumstep with one crazy kick off to the drop. Coming in second place but still worth mentioning is Rekoil’s remix. He took a slower pace with his remix, but still provided something filthy for everyone. My advice, pick one to download or you will get sick of both too fast.

When I saw what track was remixed, I smacked my palm to my forehead in a sense of shame. Well now I’m embarrassed because this is not only bearable, but actually really sick. Give it a chance, it wont disappoint.

Mixing in something different for R. It is still the same R Rated material, but taken to a more bass packed orgasm. Damn sluts.


Is it me or is this thing dirtier than the Pope’s confessional booth at the adoption agency? Must be me.

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