Dubstep | KJ Sawka & Noya Bring The Heat With “Rising Sun”

Posted by on June 6, 2018

KJ Sawka, the drummer for Pendulum and Destroid, has debuted on Kannibalen Records alongside the bass beast Noya. Their collaborative single “Rising Sun” has all the right sounds blended together to perfection. It’s a rock solid record that doesn’t just bring one style to the table like a lot of dubstep seems to do. Instead of being one dimensional, KJ Sawka and Noya took things next level by adding dynamic elements together. “Rising Sun” is a must and we hope it’s not the last we hear from these two talented producers.

Dubstep | Kannibalen Records Drops MEGA Collab From Felmax, Sam Lamar & Boogie T

Posted by on May 2, 2018

It’s festival season, so we’d expect for major collaborations to start coming out. That’s just what we’ve got going on here with the new single “BAD” from Felmax, Sam Lamar and Boogie T, three of bass music’s finest up and coming producers. Released on Kannibalen Records, this bass heavy original will show no mercy to the festival grounds. Look for headbangers to break the rails and mosh pits to ensue once this beastly creation is unleashed. If you’re someone looking for the perfect track to rage to, then you have found it.

Dubstep | Sullivan King Returns To Kannibalen Records With Heavy “Dropkick”

Posted by on April 6, 2018

The metal-bass head Sullivan King has returned to the esteemed imprint Kannibalen Records with a heavy new original. Sullivan has a huge EP incoming on April 27th, but he’s launched the EP campaign with his lead single called “Dropkick” that hits HARD. The song expresses Sullivan King’s signature sound, one that fans have come to know and love across the globe. From the vocals to the guitar to the production, Sully went all out for this hard-nosed single. Expect to hear more from his EP soon!


Dubstep, Electronic | UBER KINGS Gets Massive On “Fock”

Posted by on April 4, 2018


“It’s like a pinnacle of what was and what could be smashing you over the head in the greatest way possible” – reads the Soundcloud description of this record. That quote couldn’t be more true. While Uber Kings isn’t quite yet a house hold name, if you are into bass infused dubstep, riddim, drum and bass or generally hyphy music then look no furuther for one of your favorite new acts on the market. Need something to rage to this weekend? Look no further. Stream “FOCK” by Uber Kings above now, you won’t regret it.

Dubstep | Nu Luxx hits home run with rockstar remix

Posted by on April 2, 2018

Not much is know about the duo NU LUXX, they recently burst on to the scene with their debut record Ghost Town and late last week they returned with this crazy edit of Post Malone’s Rockstar. Not your typical rap edit, NU LUXX took the popular top line and completely tore it up into a massive dubstep edit. This is the kind of remix I’m excited to hear played out this festival season. Hopefully NU LUXX keeps these bangers up. Grab the free download here.

Bass, Dubstep | Black Tiger Sex Machine’s LP New Worlds Extends Beyond Music

Posted by on March 8, 2018

When people release albums, they tend to be a simple collection of records that they’ve been working on over the course of a set period of time. With Black Tiger Sex Machine, that’s sort of the case, but the Kannibalen Records trio do more than just create a solid album with New Worlds. With this project the group built a section of their own universe, full of tales and adventures that live through the each single. The New Worlds concept album shows just what can be done with bass music – it almost feels like a sci-fi score rather than an “EDM” album. Leave it to BTSM to do something this incredible. Check out the album and make sure to check them out on their Ceremony tour that just started if they make a stop near you!

Dubstep | CYBRPNK Goes All Out With Sullivan King In “MSHPT”

Posted by on November 15, 2017

It’s been a bit since we’ve heard something come through the Kannibalen Records pipeline, but now they’re back. “MSHPT” by CYBRPNK and Sullivan King is quite the way to return after a short hiatus from releases. Together these producers turned up one of the heaviest tracks of the year, bringing dubstep together with Sullivan King’s iconic metal influences. It’s not hard to imagine a real moshpit going completely nuts to this original, as that is exactly what it was intended to do. Whether you’re at work, at home, or at a party, you’re going to get the urge to rage to this one.