Archive for June, 2011
Ello chaps and children today is the most glorious day since.. well the last time I posted ‘The Good Stuff’. Like the time before and no different than the time before that I am here to bless you with bass. A collection of bad ass tracks that I promise will make you at the very least pee your pants a little bit. I recommend listening to each track in the correct state of mind, whatever your preference maybe… It is required turn your volume to 11 and a wide allotment of space to dance in is recommended. As well I caution you to make sure that cute girl/guy that you’ve been into lately is not present because I guarantee you will make a fool of yourself. Now lets begin!
My original impression of the summer to come was something like; Dubco! Booze! Dubco! Titties! More Booze! Dubco! Sadly my first impressions are normally completely wrong.. So I want to apologize first to that gentleman I met last night whom I thought was a girl, my bad dude I didnt mean to hit on you.. And secondly to the Dubco nation to whom I have not been spending nearly enough time with. I am sorry and I promise I will cuddle with you guys as much as possible until death do us part.
This is normally when we would have that awesome break up sex and then get back together, but ill spare you the former and dive straight into the BASS!
Yeah, I know I said this would come out yesterday, but when you’re juggling things like work, school, dumpster diving for food, paying for child support, an interpretive dance career and effectively stalking Boys Noize, life can get a little bit hectic.
To change things up a bit this post will be on mashups, EDMs version of inter-racial marriage. Some people will never be fans, but when you find two that were made for eachother, it works out flawlessly.
A buddy of mine just pointed this video out to me. So sick, and it’s bursting at the seams with cameos of artists and venues. Datsik, Aoki, Deadmau5, Diplo, 12th Planet, Alvin Risk, A-Trak, Webster, Starscape, and plenty more that I’m sure I missed make an appearance. Even saw a friend in one of the Webster Hall crowd shots. You guys see anyone who I didn’t?
Is there anyone who gives and takes more lovin’ than Skrillex?
Big womp to Alex Gamberg for hooking me up with this.
In the two and a half incredible months DUBCOmusic has been around, we’ve made an effort to focus more on up and coming artists who will rock your socks off. They may not have the same pizzazz and farefare the Datsiks, Ruskos, and Skrillex-es of the world have, but they will still send your speakers to the ICU. Among these producers, we’ve covered such wunderkinds as the 18 year old Pierce Fulton and the 16 year old Madeon.
Maybe it’s because we’re all banned from being within 50 yards of schools and playgrounds. Maybe it’s because it’s hard to believe these guys can have this much talent at such a young age. Whatever it is, we’re drawn to it, and now we’re about to go younger than ever before. So, ladies and gentlemen of the kingdom of DUBCO, I present to you, Fytch. Age: 15.
Imagine, for a second, that the world was devoid of sound. The human body would have no ears; the entire structure of our statue would be different, as would be the mind’s cognition of the surrounding environment. Imagine, then, the inability to experience the monumental surge of emotions that music has the ability to invoke. Some of course have less than substantial connections to music, but I feel confident in saying that the overwhelming majority of us use music as a tool, a mode of absorption and chatharsis, of memorable creation, and of interpersonal connection. Because of these wondrous powers, I frequently strive hard to discover new forms – or old and undiscovered forms – of music to continuously challenge and explore my emotional repertoire. Admittedly, much falls somewhere between hell-fucking-no and MEH, but generally there are other unfathomable discoveries, killer tunes with enough gusto to scar the inner walls of our amygdala and hippocampus for many moons to come. Prepare, my friends, because today is that day.
Ok, I know I ramble on and on, so here we go. More >
In 1787, a bunch of white guys with crazy hair drafted a document that shaped the way we live today.
In 2002, a black guy with crazy hair began drafting a genre that shaped the way we rage today.
Indeed, Benga is one of the founding fathers of dubstep. Along with other renowned producers Hatcha and Skream, he has helped spearhead the very movement that in the past year has taken the United States by storm. And for that, let’s have a toast. Yes, I know it’s noon, but it’s 5pm in England. It’s only appropriate.
If for whatever reason you unfamiliar with Benga, here’s your perfect chance to get acquainted. For fans, get ready for a treat.
And so are the unnecessarily loud and heavy bangers that I have procured in my absence. Now I hope you guys did not suffer the same separation anxiety that I did, and I if you did I am truly sorry. Though I do have a wonderful excuse being that I had my life re-arranged and my mind bent by a little thing called Starscape… But enough with the past on to the future, fore i witnessed certain things that fateful night in Baltimore that have set the tone for well the rest of my life, (And I am not explicitly saying that the three headed unicorn that followed me around all night had anything to do with this, but it really did).
On another deep melodic bass note, today I have a few special tracks that may change your life as well. Hopefully they do this in slightly less terrifyingly psychedelic manner. More >
If you’re anywhere on the East Coast today, there’s probably one of two things you’re going to do. You’ll either be loafin’ next to the pool with some brews and ‘ritas, or you’ll be inside half naked with every fan in your house pointed at you. Did you really think I’d leave you without tunes for the occasion?
Luckily, there’s been no shortage of new music in the past week. Some of the finest, Skrillex, Feed Me, and Foreign Beggars dropped brand new EPs only days apart. Follow me, as we drift into musical nirvana.
Well this can definitely be filed under “Things I Didn’t Expect Yesterday”. The first attraction in BBC Radio 1′s second installment of “Dubstep Week” consisted of a duo known for pushing the boundaries, doing just that.
Together with conductor Joe Duddell and the BBC Philharmonic orchestra, Dan Stephens and Joe Ray of Nero developed what might be the first ever adaptation of dubstep to classical instruments. The performance took place at MediaCityUK, the BBC’s brand new orchestral studios, and was broadcast over BBC Radio 1 in a two hour event hosted by Zane Low and Mistajam.
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