July 12, 2010 - Posted by dj umb
2. SUPREME SELECTA
7. HIGH RANKIN
10. THE CLAW
12. THE FOG
Straight into some awesomeness courtesy of one of our good friends:
The production on this is huuuge. Not quite Dubstep and more Glitch Hop but a great, great track man.
Check these crazy cats out, C-Mon & Kypski is a 4 piece dance rock band from Amsterdam. I’ve mashed almost 50 stems from their tune into one wild bass’d out west coast banger.
A guy we’ve been championing since the start of Dubstep Monday and he’s a regular here. That’s because each time he does something new, it’s always worthy to include here.
He just continues to roll out great number after great number and he’s one of my personal faves. His music always connects with me and I always feel a Supreme Selecta feeling when I listen to him.
Another artist we’ve broken all over blogosphere, there simply is NO STOPPING this express train called AlexisK. With over 100 phenomenal tracks in the can of xceptional quality, many of the tracks have been signed to various labels including High Rankin’s recently launched Suicide Dub label.
If you have not checked her out then you really don’t know what you are missing.
Watch out for a special xclusive AlexisK release on the Gen Bass label later this year.
PHENOMENAL TALENT, REALLY SPECIAL!
The original track, by Agent K & Bella, had a really bad dubstep bootleg made of it which I felt totally degraded and undermined the beauty of the original track. Remixes (or Bootlegs) should a) credit the original artist, b) be a different musical interpretation of the original and/or c) be an improvement on the original. Hopefully this has achieved that. The original artist; http://www.myspace.com/djagentk
If you want to show your support, send him a message or leave a comment here and on his myspace, you’d be doing me a favour.
Everything except the vocal was made from scratch. Vocal is taken direct from the 320 mp3 of the original.
PunkSTep – NOVA
They created fast, hard-edged music, typically with short songs, stripped-down instrumentation, and often political, anti-establishmentDIY (do it yourself) ethic, with many bands self-producing their recordings and distributing them through informal channels. Punk embraces a DIY (do it yourself) ethic, with many bands self-producing their recordings and distributing them through informal channels.
If that is Punk, then this is def today’s Punk, this is so anti-establishment that I think the authorities are gonna be giving these young guys heap load of grief very soon. They are the establishments’ anti-christs for trying to convey this kind of message.
WAKE UP! Never heard such a common sense message in these very troubled times!
I still believe this band could be huge if they play their cards right. They are like the modern day Sex Pistols as far as I’m concerned.
Jack Maltby, their lead vocalist and leader exhibits a true ROCKSTAR attitude, part cool, part wanker, part idiot, part genius, part stupid, part intellectual, very outspoken and controversial, like on this track and an enigma!
I love him and I love them, f*^% all the haters!
Sir Jack, I salute you, you got BALLS!
Woah man! Today looks like I’ve got lots of my favourite people on here man and when that happens, it always feels special.
Here is somebody VERY SPECIAL, what can I say about Majiika that I’ve not already said before, that is, she’s gonna be huge, she’s gonna be one of the leading ladies of the Dubstep scene and that she’ gonna be working with some very important people.
As the voice sample says on the first track Scuz Bucket (and man, what a F****** Killa track):
“Some people think little girls should be seen and not heard, but I think, FUCKK YOUUU!”..lol..
Witness this amazing talent, one streamer and one free download!
Featured these last week for the first time, they’re back with a new one.
Grab this and 5 other free tracks in 320 glory by going to the High Rankin website below!
Now for something special.
This is a Transnational Dubstep track of unbelievable beauty.
Check it out and prepare for prayer!
Bassador is back with some very deep, dark and atmospheric tunes.
Always hypnotic stuff!
Claw emerged in Houston, Texas in 1999, at the age of 15. He was well-received from the start, making contacts with the local rave DJ’s of the time. By the time he was 16, he was playing at some of Houston’s bigger underground parties and weekly events. After graduating high school, he moved to Florida to pursue music as a profession and began playing at weekly events. After finishing his music engineering studies at Fullsail in Orlando, Claw made his way across New York working at numerous studios with various engineers and producers. He then moved to Las Vegas to pursue his record label with Trillbass, which he co-founded. Claw also just did an official Dubstep remix for Wu-Tang that debuted at 7 on the ITunes Hip Hop chart, and is currently back living in NY to run his art gallery and record label ventures.
This dude is from Tokyo, Japan and this is a noice track.
We don’t get much Tango dubstep and so this is very rare, don’t take it for granted!
The Fog is from Ireland and here he is with a remix of a DJ Shadow track which is rather pleasant chaps!
GENERATION BASS @ ROSKILDE
Oh btw, this was us @ Roskilde Festival in Denmark last weekend.
Seriously, no joke, the crowd was just warming up before it went ballistic!
Over 6000 kids goin’ nutz to Transnational Dubstep vybz!!!!
Here’s a “lighter in the air” moment! Sorry bout the really cheesy finger in da air, God it makes me cringe!!!..lol…