Posts tagged dubstep
From their SoundCloud description:
Out now on Rottun Records!
“Insane” contains that curious combination of pop sensibilities in the melody and a tough, muscular low end that has become a signature of Vaski’s. “Insane” also features the beautiful-yet-strong vocals of Ava, a chanteuse from San Diego with Quebecoise roots. Ava is another fresh voice who has recently released collaborations, to wide acclaim, with Lupe Fiasco and Bassnectar. Together, they’ve created a song that’s an absolute belter. Try not getting it stuck in your head.
Download “Insane” right now:
Not much else to say except LISTEN and watch!
This baby is an infant at 7 days old. I heard it first on Turntable.fm and couldn’t believe I hadn’t heard it before. Very catchy cross-genre mix.
You can’t listen to this without loving it.
Here’s a preview of the track that will be released soon on a remix EP. If you would like win your chance to be on the EP with your own remix, check out the contest details on Illunex’s YouTube. Follow us all 🙂
I obviously provided vocals.
My SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/april-sadowski
Illunex’s SC: https://soundcloud.com/illunex
Majoritey’s SC: https://soundcloud.com/majoritey
Fresh and hot off the presses, Billy Van offers a dynamic range to this album, released today. I feel so special because I named one of the tracks, Steelfish, being inspired by the industrial tones and retro vibe (and the fact it’s a favorite font). So this album has great vocal tracks, clips, and even a hint of DnB.
Check out the whole thing here:
There are some link issues with the store on his site, but you can get it on iTunes.
This is a new release (September 3) and the album “Dead Symphonic” includes this with five other tracks. I’ve always been a fan of Belle Humble after being exposed to Cracks and Headrush.
Check out the other tracks on the album. They are pretty tasty.
I really like how Skrillex has merged two distinct music genres together this is reggae dubstep with perhaps a hint of moombahton. Damian Marley, a three-time Grammy-awarded Jamaican (obviously and I should hope so), provides the vocals. Still, my favorite Skrillex remains to be Bangarang. I do really like this though 🙂
Now, WHY should I be posting this track because it’s old you say? Why, it’s because Skrillex just opened up a remix competition for this track on Beatport! Submissions are open until the 18th of September.
As if you need this…
You probably need this…unless you are big into reggae.
I’m sure plenty of these originals stuck with you. Pink Floyd, The Beatles, The Mamas and the Papas, and the Moody Blues. Here’s a little remix collection for your auditory enjoyment.
Butch Clancy Remix – Eleanor Rigby The Beatles- Eleanor Rigby remix
This track is just plain sick (as in good – not vomit…ew). I heard it on Turntable.fm and snagged and thought it was good enough to end up here. Mixed with what seems like drum and bass in the beginning, it goes to heavy and slow traditional dubstep. Lovely vocals throughout. CTLGD (formerly Glitchdick) is Christian Mochizuki, a native of Honolulu.
Lyrics (click to see more):
Billy Van graced us with his presence on Mixify (he’s also a new resident DJ) tonight for a live listening session where he discussed his tracks and album development and then also played them for audience input. This track is by far my favorite. The amazing and powerful female vocals might have something to do with it. I love the piano.
Keep your eyes out for the music video to this debuting later this week.
Billy Van needs support raising funds for his new album and the tour he’s going on. Consider helping him fund his project and get goodies along the way (including remix stems if you produce).
This is a an all-around great remix. I was kind of on the fence about doing this or the original. The original is just as good. This just adds a teeny bit more dimension.
If you want to skip the intro, go to :17 in.