Bamm!!! Borgore releases his 4 banging songs on his brand new EP, The songs are :
1.Flex ft Shay track 2. Flex (Borgore Dubstep Remix) 3. Dev and Borgore - Kiss My Lips 4. Flex ( Document One Remix)
I absolutley adore his style of music, he is a crazy fucker and once he starts implementing his thoughts into new music, he creates some crazy vibes that rattle the body. This is what I call a provocative song!
For all of you metal lovers, I feel like sometimes dubstep derives from metal vibes and infuses the melody with mind rattling noises that alert our brain to jump and dance. This banger definitely delivers all the necessities in a Dubstep hit with no if, buts or maybes
The infamous Datsik delivers a banger full of synths, vibes and filthy ass wobbles to the great Zedd track Starts come out. I think that he mastered it out and made a legit ass track, people are going to go nuts after listening to it. This is an astonishing smasher!
Razat's "Bass Overload" is set to blow things up properly with all the goodness the Razat bass machine can deliver! In celebration of this killer EP and all the great support everybody has shown for it, we offer up this molten hot Urban Assault dubstep remix for FREE! Spread it around, share it, post it and be sure to check out Razat's EP - Bass Overload!!!
I was just biking this morning and listening to Maduk - Levitate. When I got home I was very grateful to find this exceptional mix, especially because it features Veela.
I'm sure most of us have heard at least one dubstep mix featuring the gentle yet tremulous voice of Veela - I believe Ephixa has a couple. Well, Maduk does an excellent job complementing her voice with mild pads and sympathetic drums in this relaxing liquid dnb mix.
Dillon Francis released his new EP today as a Valentine’s day present to his fans. There are only three tracks (one for each Dillon Francis on that cover art) but this EP is banging: it combines electro house with the downtempo drop of Moombahton to great effect. Dillon has already managed to cultivate an undeniably distinctive sound and these tracks reinforce that, with high-pitched synths and agile melodies that are rapidly becoming his trademark. And, of course, the infamous moombah basslines.
During the 2012 Grammy Awards pre-telecast, Sonny Moore aka Skrillex, was awarded 3 Grammy's for best Dance/Electronica Album for "Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites, " Best Dance Recording for " Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites" and Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for the remix of Benny Benassi's track "Cinema."
When Skrillex was awarded his first Grammy for best Remixed Recoridng, he thanked the EDM community and talked about how far EDM has come. After winning two more awards, Skrillex couldn't thank everyone enough and called it "the most surreal day of his life."