December 27, 2010 - Posted by Ferretti
Hi people, time for a few more Dubstep tracks.
As some of you might know already skream released a new Freeizm album on Christmas Day, so grab yourself a copy. There are some huge unrealesed tunes from this year included (see ‘Left The Room’ ft. P Money), and some tracks where Skream shows off his versatility as a Dubstep producer, from the dirtiest beats to awesome jazzy numbers like ‘Cold Outside’ and the mesmerizing ambient ’Back From the Zoo’.
Skream – Cold Outside
You can download the full length album for free here.
SBTRKT – The Unspoken
To be honest I could do a whole post about this producer, everything he does is great. After creating what is probably my favourite track of the year in his remix of Modeselektor’s ‘Art & Cash’ he released ‘The Unspoken’, which I also love at the moment.
Available for purchase here.
See also: Modeselektor – Art & Cash (SBTRKT Remix)
James Blake – Limit to Your Love
James Blake (Along with Jamie Woon) is my hot tip for big crossover artists in 2011, and this one has been getting plenty of Radio 1 airplay in the UK. His album is out early next year and after hearing a promo i can say for sure it is very impressive, especially “Whilem’s Scream”, which unfortunately isn’t on any of the streaming sites yet. Anyway here is the beautiful ‘Limit to Your Love’, and make sure you listen to this one on some proper speakers else you won’t hear the 18hz sub bass that makes this song what it is, I saw Joy Orbison a few weeks ago and when he played this the vibrations were intense.
Dom Hz – Blue
Taken from the first compilation album released by Subdepth records which includes this tune from Dom Hz, a real beauty.
The full LP is highly recommended and available here.
And now for a couple of dubplates:
Joker – The Vision
Joker has some of the sickest dubs at the moment, this one has been around a little while but the top DJs are just starting playing it on radio and in clubs now so if you’re out and about you might just get hear it on a proper system.
L-Wiz – GK
Swedish duo at it again, this is a really haunting one that needs to be loud to be appriciated.