I got two chill tracks today. The first one I found on the dubstepforum. Pretty interesting tune. I'm liking the vocals, because vocals are (sadly) rare in dubstep. The second one is by a Skream, and the tune is a classic in my opinion.
The first track is by a new acquaintance of mine, and the second one I've known about longer. I gotta love Whyrez ability to make all sorts of genres, and how he incorporates them into the tunes. You can listen to one of his tracks, and you can hear influences from d'n'b, garage and jazz-y stuff. But I yet need to hear more of Forensics tunes.
I've heard about Hudson Mohawke, but I've really gotten to listen to his music. The drums in this tune are addicting. Next track is from Mount Kimbie, a duo from London. They got some really nice sounds, especially that intro. Loving the synths too.
Sick sick tune, really made me smile. Sadly it was really short. Next tune is a Skream remix of the new track from Magnetic Man, called Getting Nowhere. I didn't really like the original, but I kinda like this one more. He made the tune "build up" much better.
Now this is a sub heavy tune. Even though this isn't Mozart (It's Oh Fortuna by Carmina Burana) it is a good tune. The second tune for today is a track that I've been listening to a lot too. It's by Joker, and he really has that Bristol type of sound(which isn't so weird since he is from Bristol).
I had this tune on the blog a couple of months ago, but sadly I overplayed it. But it's a good tune. Head Strung is the first tune I heard from Distance, and being a former metalhead my mouth went open when I heard the guitar. This tune is to you Orre (he's also a former metalhead)!
I got two quite special tunes for you today. I've never heard about Ghost Mutt before but I've heard Zombys tunes before. Ghost Mutts tunes name is actually pretty good, because I think he means a thoroughbred as in a car and it sounds like the car is revving in the end (and not changing gear). Pretty funny in my opinion.
A great tune by Skream. I was mildly surprised when I saw that it was Skream, because this is a very un-Skream-y tune (did that make any sense?). @3.00 minutes, wow. Then a tune from a fairly new acquaintance, and he's called Pangaea and you should definitely check him out.
I've never heard about this guy before, but it's a very good tune. Almost Burial like, except for the more harder percussions and beats. Definitely going to listen to more of his tunes. Next one is also a more chill tune from Ramadanman(I think, I always spell his name wrong). I've actually had this tune before on my blog, but I've forgotten how good it is.
Some bassiness from the Digital Mystikz. It always makes me nod my head. Then we have some Finns. They're actually a drum and bass duo, but they've started making some dubstep for at least one year (not sure thou). Great calmer dubstep. Big up Naraka and Foment.
I'm posting two quite different tunes today. I'm actually a bit confused that the DZ's track has a lot of wobbles, yet it "works" for me. The second tune is by Kode9, which is one of my newest favorite artists and he has some great tracks.
This day was a bit darker and cloudier than yesterday, so I thought I'd put something more darker/calmer instead. Also, big up Lubertz for your show yesterday. He has his weekly show on Tuesday from 7-9 pm(9-11 Finnish time). You can tune in here for audio, not sure about his video stream thou.
I'm actually at my mothers place today. I've been trying to get her into dubstep, and so far I think I've managed quite good actually. You can see eagles from here and trust me, when I played "UK" it was quite epic indeed. Being a short tune, the epicness didn't last too long. Until this tune came on:
This song needs a dubstep remix or something. I've been woken up to this once, I thought the world was ending. But if you're not into classical at all (which is okay by the way), here's some dubstep by Skream: