Congorock dropped these yesterday and we might as well listen. Clockwork remix brings out that old rave style, while Torro Torro has a massive kick and is definitely made for big stereos. Valentino Khan used as simple as possible pattern, so I don’t really have an opinion on it. Ookay trap remix in my mind isn’t very special, but take that with a reserve cause I never really fancied trapstep. The last two of the bunch are gems. GTA duo killed it with this part moombahstep part dubstep track and filled the empty pockets of the track nicely with vocal, while Firebeatz also used rave-ish sound, but harder.So, to resume, GTA‘s remix is the biggest of the group for me, but check them all out.
We rather don’t post much of dubstep here, but this remix totally took us as any quality music! KDrew did an outstanding remix of well known radio hit “Somebody That I Used To Know” that feature Kimbra on the vocals! Enjoy the top dubstep! Free download from SoundCloud!
Defected is the rare label that tends to follow music’s trends and it doesn’t matter in which way trends go, they always brought us the very best from it. Therefore, Defected went off their thinking-box and deliver us quality dubstep remix of “The Trumpeter” originally done by Ray Foxx. To be honest, I’m not even a fan of Dubstep but this tune is awesome!
Today we got a wicked EP by Tommie Sunshine and Acidkids with a lot of quality electronic riffs. “Never Slow” EP is one hell of a package with outstanding Brooklyn Version and wicked Mahesa Utara remix that we from Electro Station really feel it. Brooklyn version even reminds us of Umek’s tune “OMGWTF” since it has similiar bassline but it has totally different fusion of electronic beeps and rhythm in breakdown, while Mahesa Utara remix is one bouncy tune that keep fizzles and twirls all the way, probably Laidback Luke will pick this one.
Here is what Tommie Sunshine and Acidkids have to say about the new record, which comes out May 20th!
“After a studio session in Tommie’s studio in Brooklyn, the Floor-Banger “Never Slow” was created. To show the different influences and flexibility in their DJ-Sets they decided to produce two versions: The Berlin-Edit with his heavy sub bass to represent the rough side of Germany, the Brooklyn Edit represents the Retro side of this collaboration. The remixes come from Sharkslayer (Top Billin, Dubsided) and Mahesa Utara and complete this release that will rip apart any dance floor.”
Long time no post by me! So I heart a massive drop a few weeks back while listening to Laidback Luke’s Radio FG mix, so I asked the man himself what track is it. Being a great guy, he responded right away. Ladies and gents, I give you… Chubby Fingers!
‘Phat Mad Skillz’ is an amazing, dark track which samples a classic of Ice Cube track called ‘Wicked’. Its techno oriented side will blow your damn mind. Plus it’s phat! Get it?
I was busy yesterday, so I’m sorry. Anyway, Sonny Moore aka. Skrillex is one sick guy. ‘Fucking dieee..‘ Right. We already featured Uto Karem‘s mix of ‘Novi Sad‘, but original is better imo. Oliver Twizt comes back with the powerful kickdrum in ‘All My Friends‘, while Angger Dimas takes on pixel house.
Lots of awesome stuff came out this week! Burns & Fred Falke dropped a new EP, Feadz released his stuff including powerful collab with Boys Noize and some other great tracks. Also, I will upload tracks on mediafire as it seems the best choice for me now. Enjoy and comment, househeads!
Sonny Moore, better known by Skrillex, is former frontman of post-hardcore band From First To Last. This guy is tight and legit. I mean, his sound kicks you right in the face. And kicks you hard. Skrillex is a perfect mash up of electro and dubstep. He just released his second album which is picked up by Deadmau5′ label ‘Mau5trap’.