Staying on the heavy side with another Dubstep new release by one more artist who’s never been featured here before, so more fresh blood coming too because why not? So say hell-o to iso:R from Japan and his katana wielding Dubstep samurai that goes by the name “Kimura”. Out on Uplink Audio just a couple of days ago, “Kimura” EP is slashing its way through most other Dubstep releases we’ve heard lately and doesn’t go “hybrid”, trap or soft at any point. It’s all out war heavy Dubstep, with the Japanese artist also going in Metalectro mode by plugging in some guitars too for the EP closer “The Horror Show”. Definitely an EP we enjoyed a lot and we’re pretty sure you will too so turn the volume up, check “Kimura” out and get it here.
The summer is well upon us and we might be taking it slow(er) than usual but we aren’t completely dead nor deaf (yet), so despite the already high temperatures here’s some new hot music too. Today’s menu is made out of a couple new Dubstep releases and two new artists who haven’t been featured here before such as Hugeative from Baltimore (USA) who had his “Crime Season” EP out on Firepower Records three weeks ago. “Crime Season” comes with 4 originals and just as you’d expect from a Firepower Records release with pretty high production standards. Of course the “hybrid” nature Dubstep/Trap track couldn’t be missing too since it has become almost a standard on most Dubstep releases nowadays, something we might not the biggest fans of but doesn’t mean the track itself can’t be good anyway. As for “Crime Season” EP, if you’re looking for some chilled out summer vibes then there’s nothing for you here so you better keep moving but if you’re looking for some nice Dubstep then check this out and go get it here.
It’s that time of the week again and even though we haven’t been able to keep up with our bass addiction as much as we’d like to this week, it’s never too late to get the bass cannons loaded with some nasty sounds and get loud, so that’s exactly what we’re gonna do just before we get into weekend mode. From Electro House to Dubstep and Drum N Bass, today’s track selection is packing some serious firepower (and we don’t necessarily mean the label) by Black Tiger Sex Machine and Lektrique, Figure (who hasn’t been blogged here for a while so a big bad “welcome back” to him), Hugeative (who brings some tasty fresh blood in today’s track selection), a massive collaboration by SKisM, Habstrakt and Megalodon and last but not least Muzzy (who just had a new EP out). So, ‘nuf said and we better let the music do the talking, so press play and enjoy!
As far as good hard Electro goes there aren’t many new releases coming out that can take us back to the good old days but every now and then a new release appears that successfully brings back memories of the good hard Electro era. And Autopunk & Mak Others have definitely managed to do that with their collaboration “We Own The Night”, out yesterday on Jet Set Trash. Groovy, powerful, bassy and overall sexy, this is the good old sound that most certainly fans of artists like Haezer, Gtronic, etc, must be missing in 2015. Add the great vocals by Mak Others which aren’t just a perfect match for Autopunk‘s sound but also taking both tracks to a whole new level and “We Own The Night” has all those ingredients a good hard Electro release should.
Greetings to all bassheads out there and hope you had a great weekend. Slow start in the week in terms of blogging after what turned out to be a busy weekend but we’re getting back on track and some new music always helps so here comes Dodge & Fuski and 12th Planet who collaborated recently on “Big Riddim Monsta”, out on Disciple Recordings a week ago. And because one riddim monsta is never enough though the release came with a b-side as well, titled “Jump”. As for what you can expect to hear on Dodge & Fuski‘s new single, well the release title is pretty much self-explanatory. So if that sounds like you’re after this fine Tuesday you better check out “Big Riddim Monsta” and stay tuned for more since a remixes EP is already on the way.