Comic: pictures for sad children
Dubstep tracks tend pile up over time because there’s always something else to post. To make up for their absence, I gathered some I’ve been listening to the past month or so. (The songs are in no particular order.)
If you’d like to listen to the whole thing without having to click them one by one, here’s a player with all the tracks in it:
First up we’ve got a nice Skelley track with the vocals sampled from 300.
Skelley – Spartan Style
Zeds Dead never disappoints, the “boom” comes after a minute by the way.
Zeds Dead – Here Comes The Boom
Even though a bit repetitive, Flux Pavilion‘s “Got 2 Know” is enjoyable for sure.
Flux Pavilion – Got 2 Know
Excision and DZ, two of the most known people of the dubstep scene. With tracks like “Round 2″ it’s not really a surprise.
Excision & DZ – Round 2
This is a “soft” dubstep remix (if it can even be called dubstep), but variety is never a bad thing.
Sia – Breathe Me (George Young Bass’d Out Remix)
Quality bassline, awesome vocals – Subvert is definitely doin’ it right, you can buy the Party Alarm EP here.
Subvert – Bad Magic
I know I’ve featured NiT GriT once, but the guy’s just too good not to post more from him. Buy his album if you haven’t already.
NiT GriT – 12 Gauge
Oh yes.. vintage songs – remixed or not – are just way too good. Brenda Lee recorded the original 50 years ago, and thanks to Woodhead & Blenda it won’t sink into oblivion yet.
Brenda Lee – I’m Sorry (Woodhead & Blenda Dubstep Remix)
Not fan of the vocals, but we’re talking about Nero here, which means unmatched wobble-making skills. You can purchase the high-quality version (and other tracks) here.
Nero – Innocence
It’s nine tracks so far, so I’m just gonna add this Inspector Gadget refix by Chrispy to make it ten. Thanks for listening, see you tomorrow!
Chrispy – Inspector Gadget (Dubstep Refix)