At Dawn We Rage and Secoya have just dropped their incredibly smashing dubstep track “Vienna”. This track is loaded with deeply engaging buildups of glorious ambience, flawlessly complimented by the seismic drops of crushing bass and flurries of space-age sound. This track was written in Vienna while on tour in Europe to show their love for what a tremendous time they had on tour, and it certainly shows!
The astounding sounds of MitiS take form in his latest drum and bass release “Pain”. An epically ambient intro, laden with addicting melodies and a hugely progressive feel, crawls up to a gigantically looming drop, snapping into immensely fast-paced and high-energy spouts of completely captivating DnB glory. The layout and style of this track is deserving of massive praise, flexing the awesome power of MitiS’ unique style and composition!
Staunch has recently dropped a tremendously heavy glitch remix of “Suck it Up” by Hed PE through Adapted Records. This track opens uniquely with roaring crowds and filthy guitar riffs before snapping into gloriously vibrant, pumping steps of choppy, righteous bass work woven among intricate spurts of synthesized ecstasy. Executed with poise and incredible finesse, Staunch will blow you away with this incredibly engaging and profound release.
New York artist TIMarbury has recently dropped his robotic remix of Mortar’s original track “Wreckage”. This track builds from a looming, ascending symphony of synthetic sounds as it climbs into a devastating drop of alternating blasts of crushing, dark bass work and high-end, shrill synths. Completely raw and utterly astounding, this stellar new remix is both originally sharp and filled with the brim with that signature TIMarbury style!
Skope has recently released a neuro soul remix of c2c’s original track “Happy”. This track carries through the classic funky feels before dropping flat off into stomping, bulbous blasts of unrelenting bass lines, worked in between intermittent soulful vocals and intricate instrumentals. Skope has added tremendous volume and righteous depth to an already fantastic track with his grungy, filthy style!
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