January 31, 2011 - Posted by dj umb
[Thanks 2 whomever I liberated the above pic from on FB, can't remember who it was!]
Ok me iz back!
1. No Mad Records
3. Farley & Corin
4. Digital Farm Animals
5. Enigma Dubz
6. Dhillon Francis
7. Something Legitimate
8. The Cataracs
10. H3 (We are Mutants)
11. Knob Jockeys
13. Secret Lemon Project
14. Grime Syndicate
NEBULA – NO MAD RECORDS
My favourite Italian Dubstep label’s new forthcoming sounds gorgeous, will be checking out the full EP in due course but for now check this out:
UNSTABLE COMPOUND – NEBULA Four years of ears, not mouth, not sound, to ripen five tracks composing this work. NoMad Records presents the new EP by Unstable Compound, Nebula. An entirety made of transversal emotions, different from one other but with a common thread joining them in a unique and well defined artistic path. Syncopated rythms, nocturnal suggestions, asymmetrical voices from the fast city. A project melting soul inner selves, dubstep influences and garage ambience.
Lovin’ what these dudes are doin’
FARLEY & CORIN
These are my dudes from Australia but they’re usually know more for their House tunes but here they come up with their first Dubstep tune and what a curiosity it is too.
A mix between hip hop, rock and pop, all stepped, brilliant!
DIGITAL FARM ANIMALS
Really noice deep dubstep numba!
My fellow brummy comes up with a delicious numba with a garagey flava!
Some wikkid tunage here from Mr Dillon Francis!
He had some tracks up on his soundcloud until a few days ago but they are not there now!!!
Grab his tracks here:
Couple of cool as a cucumber numba’s here from Minneapolis’ Dustin Howard aka Something Legitimate!
Bass Down Low (feat. Dev) (Proper Villains Remix)
The Cataracs and Dev probably had a vice grip on your brain in 2010 with their Far East Movement collab, “Like A G6″. To add to their catalogue of hooky booty bangers is “Bass Down Low”, another anthemic get down. But for a song that demands quick sonic stylings with deep bass, it’s better suited for a night sippin’ syrup. If the beat needs to be fast and the bass needs to be low, then Proper Villains‘ grime wave wash over the track is the perfect recipe for a refit. Crack a Red Bull, let dubstep do what it does and prepare for another tight squeeze on your music memory sensors.
A pretty good atmospheric remix here of the EBTG classic!
Download limit has reached its maximum! You can get it via HERE
H3 (WE ARE MUTANTS)
Love Malaysian dubstep and I love brostep too and this incorporates the best of both and a stonking mix too!
H3′s Enter The Bassline Mixtape OUT!!!!
H3 – Mutant Dub 101 (ft Jin Hackman)
Ms Dynamite – Fire
Joker & TC – It Ain’t Got No Name
Zeds Dead – White Satin
Borgore – Favourite Tingz
Feed Me – Cloudburn (ft. Tasha Baxter)
16bit – FRZR9000
Noisia – Alpha Centauri (Datsik & Excision Remix)
Ajapai – Get Down Lay Down
Stagga – Genik Riddim (ft Skamma & Joe Blown)
Magnetic Man – The Bug
Kutz & Benga – I’ll Kut Ya
Katy B – On a Mission
Magnetic Man – MAD
Flux Pavillion – Lines in Wax (ft Foreign Beggars)
Doctor P – Big Boss (H3 Re-Fix)
Lil John & Diplo – U Don’t Like Me (Datsik Remix)
H3 – Shebang (ft Sh.T)
Benny Benassi – Cinema (Skrillex Remix)
The Prototypes – Cascade (Cutline Remix)
Camo & Krooked – Shoreless
Nero – Electron
Drumsound & Bassline Smith – R U Ready
Terravita – Up In Da Club
KJS aka KNOB JOCKEYS
I’m a big fan of Japanese drummers, Kodo, but not sure this is a fair representation of them dubstep-wise but worth checking out!
Japanese/Jamaican dubstep – a fusion of Kodo drumming, ragga vocals and a heavy, energetic bass-line.
Papuga is also one member of M-Theory above and I just love what he does, I’m hoping to release an EP by him later this year.
Here’s something you’ve never heard before, a dubstep remix of a Lithuanian pop legend:
Original song is from famous lithuanian artist “Stasys Povilaitis – Zalioj Stoteleje”.
SECRET LEMON PROJECT
Yep this track has been done to death and makes me feel a lil’ sickly whenever I hear it now but this is refreshing take on it from these Welsh dudes!
Sent my way by Harish from Wales who’s gonna show me his Moobs one day!
My WSB, Boogie Dave [MR DROP BEATS NOT BOMBS] introduced me to this re-edit of a Datsik classic and of course Datsik is one of my fave producers.
We were checking out this venue with a Funktion 1 for my Transnational Dubstep launch in Birmingham and he put this track on and man it just sounded UNREAL!
You know we’ve been covering FJH on this blog for a while now and he’s one of those really hard-working guys on Soundcloud who goes around messaging everybody asking them to check out his tracks.
Most often than not, I tend to ignore such messages, as most often than not, such messages usually lead to not terribly good music but there are some major exceptions and FJH is one of them.
His stuff is always quality and always well worth checking out, like this brilliant new track he did recently!