You better be ready to get your wobble on this Wednesday because I’m dropping some bombs on you that will leave your speakers wondering what hit them. Here’s a track coming off MrDubandBass’s free Wonder 1 “Varied Dubstep EP,” which is the first release in his 7 Wonders Of The World series of releases. This track is a remix of The Prodigy’s song ‘No Good’ coming from Arkasia, the artist who brought you his popular remix of Oceanlab’s ‘Satellite’ in Filthy Friday Vol. 31. Arkasia demonstrates his production skills in this remix with an intricate instrumental intro followed by a pounding bassline and some distorted vocals forewarning you of the inevitable drops. Kick back, turn up your speakers, and enjoy!
The Prodigy – No Good (Arkasia Remix) | Direct Download |
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Figure keeps the holiday spirit coming non-stop with his latest Halloween dubstep releases like ‘Michael Myers Is Dead’ in my HaLLoWeEN STEP post last week, followed by his ‘This Is Halloween’ track in Filthy Friday Vol. 35. Today, Figure is throwing yet another Halloween release at us by editing Misfits track rightfully called ‘Halloween,’ this time leaning towards the rising genre known as moombahcore. As we’re approaching Halloween weekend, keep your ears peeled for these tracks to be tearing up sets around the world at the shows you’ll be attending. Figure had some words to drop for us with the release of this new production:
“And this one took some balls to even load up in Ableton to start. I grew up on Glen’s haunting voice and The Misfits are still screaming through my speakers daily. A simple treatment for the gigs… my Moombahcore edit is for the fans and fiends.”
As always, kick back, turn up your speakers, and enjoy!
Misfits – Halloween (Figure Moombahcore Edit) | Direct Download |
Purchase all Figure’s music on iTunes Here
AaA, the dubstep producer from Laguna Beach, CA who brought you his popular original mix ‘Reality’ last week is back again, this time teaming up with Los Angeles producer Atom Bass to create a vocal dubstep monster called ‘Feeling You.’ This track is full of piano-like melodies, smooth, screeching synth work, and an abundance of heavy bass. Turn up your speakers and enjoy!
AaA & Atom Bass – Feeling You | Direct Download |
I found this yesterday and I thought I’d ease you into today with YoungLife’s calming remix of Coldplay’s ‘Paradise.’ YoungLife (Scott Zembsch) is a young up-and-coming DJ/producer hailing from Corona, California. His new remix incorporates several different genres of electronic music progressing from minimal to electro, which inevitably builds up into a frenzy of dubstep to finish it off. YoungLife has accomplished something great here; being the first artist to have a Coldplay track featured on TSS. Kick back, turn up your speakers, and enjoy!
Coldplay – Paradise (YoungLife Remix) | Direct Download |
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Some of you may have discovered my Dubstep Hip Hop Playlist Vol. 1 by now, but if you haven’t, I’ve complied 16 of my favorite tracks to bring you some nonstop hip hop accompanied by what we love most here at TSS; BASS. You can find this one along with the Filthy Dubstep Playlist Vol. 1 in the “PLAYLISTS” tab on the navigation menu above. I’ll be working on Dubstep Playlist Vol. 1 and Hip Hop Playlist Vol. 1 next, so stay posted! If you’ve got some time on your hands, kick back, turn up your speakers, and enjoy!
Who hates free music? Nobody! That’s why one of the original dubstep legends from Britain known as Skream has just given away his dubstep remix of Delphic’s song ‘This Momentary’ for free to celebrate how much fun he’s having on his current tour. Delphic eases you into this track with soothing lyrics leading all the way up until 1:38 when Skream jumps in by dropping a mess of wobbles on you from above. Kick back, turn up your speakers, and enjoy!
Delphic – This Momentary (Skream Remix) | Direct Download |
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Welcome to another prominent week of tunes here at TSS! If you’re new to the site, please apologize to your neighbors for me, and then strap yourself in because I’m about to saw your speakers in half with dirty basslines from out of this world. Today I’m starting this week off with an edit coming from Russian producer Tim Ismag who shows us what he thinks Tambour Battant’s remix of Cassius’ famous song ‘I Love You So’ should have sounded like, and I’d have to say, I couldn’t agree with him more. Kick back, turn up your speakers, and enjoy!
Cassius – I Love You So (Tambour Battant Remix) (Tim Ismag Edit) | Direct Download |
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The 21-year-old producer from Michigan behind the name GRiZ has just dropped another track for us called ‘Wheres The Love?’ right after I showed you ‘Better Than I’ve Ever Been’ just yesterday. Similar to his previous production, ‘Wheres The Love?’ features a groovy beat, lyric samples from a wide variety of different songs, glitchy bass, and I’m 99% positive I’m hearing the breakdown from Pretty Light’s massive summer anthem ‘I Know The Truth.’ This kid is making huge sounds and has been showing us a limitless display of his musical dexterity with these free tunes. Sit back, turn up your speakers, and enjoy!
GRiZ – Wheres The Love? | Direct Download |
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After soaring high above the blogosphere for awhile with his last amazing remix of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Blue Jeans,’ Los Angeles producer PatrickReza is back again with a new remix of French pop enthusiast M83′s ‘Midnight City.’ PatrickReza leads us into his remix with a soothing rhythm, wise lyric samples, and some mellow wobbles to get your blood flowing. This kid is coming up fast in the dubstep world, and I’m stoked to see what he releases next. As always, kick back, turn up your speakers, and enjoy!
M83 – Midnight City (PatrickReza Remix) | Direct Download |
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TBMA (The Bolivian Marching Affair) stepped into the EDM world in 2011 and have been already stirring up some noise in the scene. Formed by Joey Fisher, Kyle Meagher and Chris Curran in the winter of 2010, this Boston based trio have been hard at work in the studio since day one working on their signature sound that has already drawn attention from producers around the Boston area. I don’t care how old you are; everyone remembers Kris Kross’ classic song ‘Jump.’ Here’s TMBA’s moombahcore remix of ‘Jump’ which features an up-beat vibe and some dirty bass to get the party rocking. Turn up your speakers and enjoy!
Kris Kross – Jump (TBMA Moomboot Relick) | Direct Download |
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