Recently dropping a guest mix for BBC Radio 1′s Dance Anthems, Cazzette teased a monstrous new drumstep remix of Morten Breum’s “Changes.” While Cazzette’s penchant for dubstep is more than clear in their signature “dub house” style, rarely have they produced straight dubstep tunes — the exception being their remix of “Ni**as in Paris.” For their newest spin on Morten Breum’s vocal-enhanced original, “Changes,” Cazzette have found a hefty medium between dubstep and drum ‘n’ bass, crafting a vigorously delightful drumstep production. No word on the official release date yet.Posted by
While the Coyote Kisses Cover won the community pick for the Beatport Play remix contest of Seven Lions‘ ”Days to Come,“ it was AU5 & I.Y.F.F.E. who took the overall honors for best remix. Hand-selected for the grand prize by Seven Lions himself, AU5 & I.Y.F.F.E.’s remix of “Days to Come” is a heavier drumstep take on Jeff Montalvo’s dreamy dubstep single. Completely reworking the melody and increasing the tempo to a more invigorating pace, AU5 & I.Y.F.F.E.’s take on “Days to Come” is menacing yet melodic. Those with an appetite for adrenaline will enjoy this rendition. Pick up the recently released OWSLA-sponsored remix on Beatport today.
With every new release, Kill Paris continues to show his potential as one of the freshest new talents in dubstep. His R&B spin on dubstep is absolutely infatuating, and in cases like this, even spiritual. In a tribute to the lovely Lana Del Rey, Kill Paris has releasd “I Love You Lana Del Rey (Where I Left My Heart),” a dreamy drumstep production boasting reverb-laden synths and a catchy high-frequency riff. Though it’s one of the few Kill Paris tracks without a soulful vocal, the instrumental original shifts the spotlight to Kill Paris’s pristine production. Pick up the track for free from SoundCloud.
Bass music superstars Chase & Status roll back the years to their drum and bass days with their latest release. “Big Man,” which features the evocative vocals of Liam Bailey, contains sections in which clear influences from hard rock and metal are audible. Fans of the British duo’s older productions will be glad to know that a more traditional Chase & Status sound is still present in the track’s breakdown. “Big Man” is available as a free download on the Chase & Status website so head over there and grab a free copy for yourself.
First played by Skrillex at Spring Awakening Festival back in June, the OWSLA Records founder just posted this video of his “Goin’ Hard” remix of Birdy Nam Nam’s “Goin’ In” to his YouTube account. The video features black-and-white footage of Birdy Nam Nam, an acclaimed four-person DJ crew from Paris, dropping the fast-paced, screeching remix in front of a massive crowd of bass-thirsty fans. Call it drum-and-bass, drumstep, or good old-fashioned electro, Skrillex proves again with this track why he’s shot to the forefront of the dance world. Check out the video and stay tuned for the July 17th release on Birdy Nam Nam’s Jaded Future EP from OWSLA Records.
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Boris Daenen, aka Netsky, has just premiered the music video for his upcoming single “Come Alive.” The video, shot by fellow Drum & Bass superstar, High Contrast, shows us exactly what it is like to be a big time DJ on tour. After bringing you the preview of this song, we are happy to hear the full version. The track is defies traditional genres yet definitely has a drumstep vibe to it. We really like it and look forward to Netsky’s upcoming album – out later this year.
Purchase: iTunes (Out May 21)Posted by