Not dubstep at all, but great nonetheless. V.I.V.E.K have received a lot of great response after his and Goth Trad's performance after the DMZ 6th birthday, some have said that they even played the best gig there. I was actually a little bit skeptical to his tunes, but once I started to listen to them, they were awesome.
Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Tuesday, 29 March 2011
A rip from the Youngsta show in 29 April 2010. Great tune from Kryptic Minds. Sadly, it's unreleased. Also, Seizure sent me this yesterday. Pretty interesting tune, though I haven't heard the original. Here's also an download link from him: http://www.zshare.net/audio/8823761715546ea5/
Monday, 28 March 2011
What a weekend. Today I got one Mala VIP and one remix by Widowmaker. Definitely liking the remix. "Wobble the gut" is one of my favorite Skream tunes because of that reverb-y lovelyness. I also got an extra video today. It's not dubstep or anything like that, but it's pretty fun. The good stuff begins at 1.00
Sunday, 27 March 2011
Saturday, 26 March 2011
Yes, I have had this one on the blog before, but that drop is awesome. I have also started to listen A LOT more to hip hop and rap, especially old school(think Wu Tang Clan and NWA) but I do also love British rap. Here's a new tune by Mic Righteous. Even if you don't like hip hop, I suggest you would check out those lyrics.
Friday, 25 March 2011
New Burial, coming out 28th March 2011. Tracklist: "Stolen Dog", "Street Halo" and "NYC". However, as Kode9 said in the radio show, they will not play NYC. I like "Stolen Dog" a lot more, Street Halo isn't bad but. The thing I like about this EP is that it's not necessarily Burial, he's really trying out new and fresh stuff! There is also rumours about a new Burial album, can't wait to hear that.
Thursday, 24 March 2011
Today I got two remixes of "Midnight Request Line". First a VIP (varied idea by producer) by Skream. Yes, it's a radio rip but the VIP itself haven't been released. The other one is a remix by Digital Mystikz. Both of the tunes still got that evil sounding stuff to it that the original has.
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
Tuesday, 22 March 2011
Wow, the time goes fast. It's soon summer! Also, my dad did actually check out my blog yesterday, and he kinda liked it! Today I got the vocal version of "Afterglow" by Phaeleh, and "The Knowledge" by Toasty, which is a very drum and bass influenced tune that was released in 2004!
Monday, 21 March 2011
Sunday, 20 March 2011
Saturday, 19 March 2011
Friday, 18 March 2011
Thursday, 17 March 2011
Wednesday, 16 March 2011
Tuesday, 15 March 2011
Monday, 14 March 2011
Saturday, 12 March 2011
I got some words from my friend down in London, and he's called Cotti.
Cotti presents the debut Dubstep Compilation album on his own label [SumtingNew Records] featuring co productions with the Likes of DMZ's Coki(a pioneer in his own right) and special guest vocals from sum of grimes most prolific artist such as Skepta(BBK), PMoney, Jammer, Badness, Goldielocks, Big NArstie, Lil narsty & Doctor to name a few.
After spending over a year in the studio working with various UK artists and producers, acclaimed DUBSTEP producer, Cotti ("I don't give a dub" "Calm Down"& "Rise da temperature") brings the first Album Compilation from his collective -SUMTING NEW- A scene shifting selection of largely vocal based, Reggae/grime influenced urban electronic sounds with various tracks.
The Album includes tracks supported by Skream & Benga, Mistajam(Radio1), Caspa, Rusko, Joker, Ras Kwame(1xtra), Mary Anne Hobbs(Radio1), Hatcha(Kiss100), Jez Welham(Kiss100) & Logan Sam(Kiss100).
Cotti has an American & Canadian Tour arranged for early spring to promote the album and is also in negotiations for an Australian/New Zealand tour late summer to help promote his label & the Album, as well as plans to put together a UK HOME tour at some point in summer 2011.
FOR MORE INFOPLEASE CONTACT:
Cotti on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07860 527 405
Cotti also released a mix, download it here:
I got two really chilled tunes today(as usual on Saturdays, haha). Also, I got new "rule" for my blog. I will sometimes post non-dubstep tunes(for example Aphex Twin but also other) to mix it up a bit, but dubstep is still my main priority.
Friday, 11 March 2011
Thursday, 10 March 2011
Jens Madsen - The Journey by JensMadsen
Some chilled dubstep from Denmark. He contacted me on dubstepforum.com(check out the thread about my blog there). Next tune is from a real life friend of mine. Some massive bass on this one. Well done Coppy. Can't wait to hear more tunes from these two up and coming producers!
Wednesday, 9 March 2011
TripTonite - Gundam Robots (Original Mix) 320 D/L by TripToniteMix
I have been listening to this one a lot the latest days. Didn't expect anything like this. Really good bass on this one. He also has a pretty interesting remix, which is okay. Can't wait to hear some new tunes from him!
Monday, 7 March 2011
Sunday, 6 March 2011
Saturday, 5 March 2011
Great track from the 5: Five years of Hyperdub. Also, if you haven't checked out the recordings in the Boiler Room, check them OUT. Lots of great stuff there, and since it's DMZ 6th birthday today Mala, Loefah and Coki will be playing recording some time tonight in 16 hours(2am for us Finns). Here some DMZ live.
Friday, 4 March 2011
As I said before, sorry for the late post. I bought 70 tracks off iTunes yesterday, and I was especially looking forward to hear the "new" Horsepower Productions(it was released 25th of November 2010). There was some greats tunes on that one. These are two of my favorites at the moment.
Thursday, 3 March 2011
Wednesday, 2 March 2011
I have heard lots about Breakage, but I haven't really liked the songs before. But yesterday I went on a hunt to find some more good tracks by him and I found these. I'm liking the idea of a female singer on the track called "Justified". Loving the synths on "Morning Star" and the D'n'B drums.