Rusko is just straight fire all the time. Instead of other dubstep artists that just throw in the heaviest bass of all time and a bunch of spaceship noises, he makes great, complex melodies. This is definitely the case on this track with fellow Brit Mr. Hudson. Check it.
Hailing from Detroit, GRiZ has just come onto my radar and I gotta say I’m really impressed. At first I thought this song was going to be a mediocre attempt at adding some wobbles to Kanye’s classis – truth is GRiZ tore this track up. Not just sick dubstep, but a catchy ass melody with some sexy piano chords to accompany Kanye’s verses. The entire song is gold, and if you haven’t checked out the other gems on GRiZ’s soundcloud page then check it out bitches. Enjoy.
Huge massive dubstep banger from Skream. Even sexier banger remix by Netsky. Win-win. Stream only on these.
It seems like lately more and more producers are deciding to remix Hip Hop classics. By all means I love it, but a lot of the time the remix just ends up being a fucking failure. Not NEUS though. This kid can transform any rap song into a head-banging, speaker-crushing, wall-shattering saga. This is some heavy ass dubstep boys and girls so if you don’t think your little fragile ears can handle the bass then bow out now.
Tried writing a post for this track but I honestly didn’t even know where to start. I’ve only listened to it twice and it’s already in my top three favorite dubstep songs of all time. I mean what did you expect from a first time Diplo/Datsik collab? They’re fucking geniuses. (Out August 2nd)
Among many other things, Summer 2011 will also be remembered as the time when Moombahton exploded onto the electronic music scene. Originally produced by Dave Nada nearly two years ago in D.C, Moombahton, with the help of DJs such as Dillon Francis and Diplo (both producers for the Mad Decent Label), has become insanely popular today, even though it had already started with a loyal following. To be honest I am only a fairly recent convert to Moombahton, and wish I had heard the Reggaeton/House hybrid earlier because I think I’m in love. All the credit for my discovery of Moombahton though has to go to my friend “La Greca,” a DJ/Producer from Boston, MA who has already released a number of sick mixes I haven’t been able to stop listening to. Since she has been following electronic music for so long (especially moombahhh) she is able to find those tasty underground tracks you’ve never heard, but wish you seriously had a long time ago. La Greca’s “Moombionic Mixx” will blow your musical doors open, giving your ears that sweet nectar they crave. You can be sure to hear a lot more of La Greca here on VelectroRaptor so be sure to show her love on Facebook and Twitter, and as always hit that play button and be ready to groove out to 53 minutes of pure good vibes. Enjoy!
Moombionic Mixx (La Greca)
Download available in Soundcloud link.