Based out of Houston, TX, up-and-coming producer Feature Cuts shows his ability to take a track that is remixed constantly, and still make it his own. A great dub step track that doesn’t go over the top with womps. Enjoy!
Skrillex unleashes some new visuals for the title track off his Bangarang EP.
Download: Skrillex – Bangarang (ft. Sirah)
Nero teams up with Flux Pavilion for the remix of their original track “Must Be The Feeling”. Quite the banger if I do say so myself…
Krewella is quickly making dubstep sexy again. Check out the official video for ‘Killin’ It,’ complete with Yousaf sisters Jahan and Yasmine and their producer Rain Main.
Download: Krewella – Killin’ It
I’ve heard tracks from DJ Minnesota before, but it wasn’t until I heard his remix of Fenech Soler’s ‘Demons’ that I realized his potential as a producer. If you like what you hear, check out his Facebook for any missed releases. Enjoy!
The Toronto based production duo known as Zeds Dead have continued to release impressive remixes since day one. As always, DC and Hooks stick to their dubstep routes, showing us what a good bass driven track is supposed to sound like. Give their latest rework of Sebastian Tellier’s single ‘Divine’ a listen, you won’t be disappointed.
The Canadian dubstep duo out of Montreal continue to find the happy medium between dance music and that crazy little thing called dubstep. As usual they keep the vocals as a main ingredient, with the womps keeping it classy in the background. Never over the top, always just enough. I love these guys. Adventure Club is also starting their American tour in Colorado this week, so if you have a chance to check them out do so for me please. Although I’m diggin’ this ‘Youth’ remix, it doesn’t compare to their last original track ‘Do I See Colour.’ Grab that below as well.
Adventure Club – Do I See Colour [Click to Download]
Hailing from the City of Angles, Patrick Reza is another producer who creates the perfect type of dubstep. In other words, it’s no banger you’d hear in the local club scene, but more so a track you can vibe out to without alcohol in your system. Although I’ll enjoy it drunk as well, smooth dubstep like this has an all-around higher replay value. Shout out to Coffee in Switzerland, hope you’re enjoying the wave of dubstep as of late.
Words cannot describe the breakdown at 1:08. I was immediately hooked and thrown into a mind-state which Love Thy Brother did actually find words for:
“We wanted to take it and turn it on it’s head and instead of angst, give it that dreamy quality of a wild BUT happy youth – the teen years right before the moment when the cynicism of your twenties kicks in.”
Wiz & Vizzy’s collaboration track from Everybody’s Nobody gets a new dubtsep rework compliments of Figure. It’s very easy to go wrong when mixing the genres of hip hop and dubstep, but Figure gets this one right.