As part of today’s festivities, we’re stoked to bring you song that’s guaranteed to haunt you throughout the day. TURN THIS ONE UP! Netherlands trio Noisia presents their rendition of the single from singer/songwriter Labrinth featuring rapper Tinie Tempah with high energy despite it being brought down to 70 bpm. Noisia is the same group that brought you heavy spins on popular songs like [...]Read more ›
Archive for October, 2011
A smooth piano synth typical to most dubstep tracks begins as 12th Planet preps your ears for the journey of a lifetime. Slowly you begin to hear the beat of a drum until about 50 seconds into the track. POW! Imagine the sound of the hardest towel whip to the face and you will be able to understand a fraction [...]Read more ›
Treat yourself to an outstanding track that can be enjoyed by both the dub step and indie rock alternative listener. Recently, AWOLNATION has made waves with their smash single “Sail”, written as homage to the classic Styx song “Come Sail Away”. Ronnie Weberg of Denver, CO. is the creative mind behind Unlimited Gravity; he pushes the boat farther by giving the already suspenseful song a free-flowing edge. It’s [...]Read more ›
Skrillex – Break’n A Sweat (It’s Alright) – Feat. The Doors: INCREDIBLE BRAND NEW SKRILLEX COLLAB WITH THE DOORS!
Skrillex brings the heat in his newest Dubstep mix featuring the Los Angeles local legend The Doors. This track is in anticipation of a film titled RE: GENERATION scheduled to be released in early 2012. It features the works of major producers such as Pretty Lights, NAS, Crystal Method, and Skrillex who are each paired with music from a [...]Read more ›
Down the snowy slopes of Whistler, Canada comes a tumbling array of melodic sounds created by Shane Martz. This lively young artist has combined a background in instrumentals with free-flowing electronic sounds that puts him on our radar. His remix the Pretty Lights track Finally Moving has made splash in the musical community. We are enthusiastic with his fresh takes [...]Read more ›