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California IPA

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Gwan dem DC famm

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Still good.

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Free Download ;)

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Sorry thing have been so slow guys. We are vamping back up for spring!

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Skrillex - Voltage (SOREN remix)


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No more daily dubstep? We miss the wobble!

Sorry about the slow posts!

Remember! Submit things here.

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Out on Feb 14th. <3 Vday BIZ

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OUT on 1-13-2012 on BEATPORT

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American Censorship: Round 2

#blacklist #sitecensored

The US Congress is considering America’s first system for censoring the Internet. Despite public outcry, the Internet Censorship bill could pass at any time. If it does, the Internet and free speech will never be the same.

Posted 389 weeks ago

Skrillex Killed Dubstep


By Ethan Baer and Jason Winter

2011 has been one of the biggest years ever for Dubstep, quite possibly the most significant since its decade-old inception in the UK. The Pop music industry as a whole has witnessed a massive transformation taking place over the last year, as major artists from all around the world have begun incorporating the instantly recognizable sounds of dubstep into their music. Britney Spears and Rihanna, two of the biggest female stars in American pop-music have already “jumped on the dubstep bandwagon” so to speak, harnessing the unrelenting, high-energy sound typical of the dubstep genre to infuse their music with a whole new dimension of appeal. Even more telling, industry juggernaut’s such as Jay-Z and Kanye West licensed the classic Flux Pavilion track “I Can’t Stop” in their official single “Who Gon’ Stop Me”. To top it all off, dubstep-icon Skrillex has not only released recent collaborations with several music-industry giants such as Korn and The Doors, he also just received a whopping FIVE Grammy Nominations, including the first “Best New Artist” nomination EVER to be awarded to a DJ/Producer.

What started as an entirely underground movement has begun to gain mainstream recognition, and the community response to this transition has been dramatic and highly conflicted to say the least. To fully understand the ramifications of what Skrillex has accomplished, we have to begin by looking at the structure of another genre that has gone through a very similar evolutionary process, the Hip-Hop industry.

The first lesson to be learned from the history of Hip Hop is the supposed fate of the underground and the role Skrillex is playing in “reshaping” the sound of dubstep. Hip Hop is by far one of the most influential and expansive musical genres currently in existence. New Hip Hop acts are constantly emerging, many of them reaching millions of followers within their first few months of touring. However, despite the monumental reach and power of contemporary Hip Hop, it has still maintained a wonderfully rich and vibrant underground culture that is hardly diminished at all by the explosion of Hip Hop and Rap in the mainstream. If Hip Hop becoming mainstream didn’t kill the underground, why would the story be any different for Dubstep? If anything, the underground has matured and evolved into a relatively unaffected category separate and distinct from the Hip Hop mainstream, but with the added benefit that underground artists are able to make a living from their craft.

There is another important aspect of Hip-Hop that deserves to be noted in order for this comparison to be relevant. The dominant role in Hip Hop is almost always granted to the MC (just as in pop music it is granted to the singer). This is not to say that it is impossible to gain attention as a Hip-Hop producer, but it is certainly significantly more difficult as the majority of the attention and praise is awarded by default to the MC. In many cases, incredibly talented producers are ignored entirely as relatively untalented figure-heads spit mediocre rhymes over their producers finely-honed instrumentals. Whatever your personal opinion concerning Skrillex may be, his nomination for Best New Artist as a dj/producer has the potential to completely change the way this model functions, opening wide the doors for a whole new generation of producers to gain the respect and attention they so rightly deserve.

At the end of the day, producers make music so that people can listen and enjoy it, just like all other musicians. Any success for the Dubstep community at large is ultimately a success for the industry as a whole. Brilliant producers like Skrillex are casting light on what the mainstream has been missing out on, and this illumination will only serve to benefit those who follow in his footsteps; whether they choose to produce in a mainstream or underground style is completely irrelevant . Until very recently, many critics have been reluctant or even unwilling to consider producers to be musicians, instead preferring to think of them as some other sort of entertainer unworthy of the “artistic” title of “musician”. With his boundary shattering nomination for Best New Artist, Skrillex has boldly demonstrated the falsehood of these unjust claims, stating that he’s “only hoping that his nomination this year will carry on to the next year, and open doors for more people to come up and be noticed and recognized as actual musicians.”

The important thing to keep in mind is that when people begin to accept Dubstep as a whole into what people refer to as “actual music”, the generally accepted value of the producer will increase dramatically. Before Hip Hop was recognized as part of popular music, it was extremely rare to find an artist that was able to support themself solely from their musical career. The same is true now for the producer; the general populace is relatively ignorant to the musical complexities of dubstep, and as a result it is extremely hard to get recognized as providing a service genuinely worth enough money to live on. Most producers are instead forced to rely on a side-job that prevents them from focusing all of the necessary energy on production, a vicious cycle that inevitably prevents many talented individuals from ever reaching their full potential. When the genre is accepted as an essential part of popular culture, talented producers will have a much better chance of being able to direct all of their energy at developing their musical career rather than struggling to support their musical through various odd-jobs. Although dubstep being incorporated into the mainstream may dramatically increase the number of producers (and many of them will surely copy Skrillex, as he is the very definition of “Whats Hot”), it is important to remember that there will always be an underground, and there will always be quality producers of all styles and varieties….it’s just a matter of finding them!

If bridging the gap between the mainstream and the underground helps clarify for the listener how they can personally relate to and interact with the music they are hearing, there is certainly no harm in such a simple endeavor. If Skrillex being nominated for a Grammy helps pave the way for a whole generation of up-and-coming producers, that is a tremendous accomplishment regardless of how you feel about his music.
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Forthcoming remix for Terravita on Beta Rec. another drumstep bit. love the breakdown on this one :) Enjoy!!!

Posted 390 weeks ago

Dj Kimmo - Crambooo

Dubstep + Old good Tom & Jerry cartoon?? Possible! Enjoy!

Download & Listen:


Dj Kimmo - Crambooo

Offical Video:


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The Noise (Work In Progress) by SWITCHDUBS

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Fokn Belgium (1up Dubstep Remix) by Point Blank

Work in progress

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Levels by Filth Collins

Forthcoming on “Second To None Music” http://www.facebook.com/secondtononemusic

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Doppelgangster (Preview) by Forekast

Favorites and comments.

Original mix debut single from Forekast out on ALL major digital retailers starting November 18th, 2011.

Courtesy of Cloud Candy Records.

Released by: Cloud Candy Records
Release/catalogue number: CLOUD001
Release date: Nov 18, 2011

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Yesterday we did a historic thing. We generated 87,834 phone calls to U.S. Representatives in a concerted effort to protect the Internet. Extraordinary. There’s no doubt that we’ve been heard.

So just to keep you updated: The well-intentioned, but immensely flawed “Stop Online Piracy Act” is still in the House Judiciary Committee. The hearing was yesterday and now members will debate and bring amendments to the bill. The Committee will reconvene in a few weeks — the date has yet to be scheduled. Nothing has been brought to a final vote. Everything is still very much in play. We’ll keep you posted on what’s going on and what you can do to help. But for now, we want to thank you.

One encouraging thing we heard yesterday:

I don’t believe this bill has any chance on the House floor. I think it’s way too extreme, it infringes on too many areas that our leadership will know is simply too dangerous to do in its current form.

— Representative Darrell Issa

We also want to express our tremendous gratitude to our friends at Mobile Commons who, on 30 minutes notice, hooked us up with their amazing platform (and provided their expertise) to automatically connect callers with their Representatives.

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#Americancensorship #blacklist #sitecensored #NOonSOPA

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X Rated Featuring Messinian by Excision

Taken from the Excision album “X Rated” available now on Beatport & itunes, as well as in CD format at Amazon & HMV

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Overload by Foreign Beggars (DISSOИΔNT CHILD Remix)

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KISS FM Live Mx [2009] by Bassnectar

Download: http://www.bassnectar.net/2009/02/kissfmmix/

BANG! Thanks for tuning in to the bassnectar labs!!! This is the a vintage dose of wobble in the form of a mixset that was created for KISS FM, available on our site in its entirety at a high quality bit rate…kind of rides the slope of tempo and mood as usual, and features several totally unreleased concoctions, as well as some of the most standout edits from the 2009 tour.

1. Flagrantly Long & Indulgent Live-Mash Intro
2. Bassnectar – Supastylin Smashup [SuperCharged]
3. Bassnectar – Art Of Revolution (instrumental) [Amorphous Music] $1.29
4. Bassnectar – Kingston Town [bootleg] FREE
5. Product 01- Ready 2 Rage (Bassnectar & Jantsen Remix) [Amorphous] $1.29
6. Sleaze Beatz [Amorphous Music]
7. Bassnectar – Heads Up (California Style) [Amorphous Music] $1.29
8. Me & You – Last Night (Bassnectar Remix) [Tru Throughts] $1.29
9. Noisia & Mayhem – Exodus (Bassnectarz live re-edit)
10. American Beauty Live Amorphous Mash Segue
11. Mr No Hands – Button Down (Groove Diggers VS Bassnectar RMX)
12. Si Begg – Can’t Take it (Bassnectar Loves Si Begg Remix)
13. Frank Sin Atcha – Black Magic
14. Bassment Jaxx - Speaker Junk Remix Beat Moment
15. Bassnectar – Beasties, Solid Groove & Sinden Masher
16. You’ve Gotta Fight For Your Rights

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#sitecensored #blacklist


I am a constituent and I urge you to reject the Internet Blacklist Bills (PROTECT IP Act in the Senate and the Stop Online Piracy Act in the House).

I do not want the government to have the power to block websites.

The Internet Blacklist bill will open the sites I love to crushing lawsuits, and kill jobs in the tech sector. I urge you to join Senator Wyden and other members of Congress in opposing it.

Website Blocking

The government can order service providers to block websites for infringing links posted by any users.

Risk of Jail for Ordinary Users

It becomes a felony with a potential 5 year sentence to stream a copyrighted work that would cost more than $2,500 to license, even if you are a totally noncommercial user, e.g. singing a pop song on Facebook.

Chaos for the Internet

Thousands of sites that are legal under the DMCA would face new legal threats. People trying to keep the internet more secure wouldn’t be able to rely on the integrity of the DNS system.

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Pick N Mix (August 2011) by Dr. Cryptic & Mr. Kiplin


DOWNLOAD AT: http://www.mediafire.com/?atzhhaa4c9u2a1n

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Kick It by Mr. Welsh

Also available from Mr. Wesh on Monkey Dub Recording:

Mr. Wesh - Don’t Tell Dad EP

Soundcloud link: Mr. Wesh - Don’t Tell Dad EP by Monkey Dub Recording/
Beatport Link: http://www.beatport.com/release/dont-tell-dad-ep/677089

Released by: Monkey Dub Recording
Release/catalogue number: MDRFREE053
Release date: Oct 30, 2011

Download track

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Phantom [Clip] by Engine-EarZ Experiment

Our collaboration with Aquasky for their forthcoming album on Passenger Records! Can’t get enough of Data’s lyrics on this one :)

Join us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/engineearz
Web: http://www.engine-earz.com
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/engineearz

Released by: Passenger Records
Release date: Nov 11, 2011

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Curzed - WHAM

Genre: Dubstep

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I Swear To Drunk I’m Not God by Illuminaughty

Track List:

1) Armored – Rough Draft (Ariok Remix)
2) Swagga – Datsik (Funtcase Remix)
3) Contact – Foreign Beggers ft Noisia (Trolley Snatcha Remix)
4) Screw Loose – Trampa
5) Drop That Bomb – Jay Robinson, Figure
6) Big Boss – Doctor P
7) Rise Of The Idiots – Skism (Funtcase Remix)
8) Ruffneck Bass (FULL Flex) – Skrillex
9) R0807 D06 – Cookie Monsta
10) Cookies Fly – Ladybox (12th planet and Flinch Remix)
11) The Beat – Jsaxton
12) Narsty – Jay Robinson
13) Yonkers - Tyler, The Creator

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Halloween by DJ I AM WILL

Halloween by DJ I AM WILL

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Kore by Unsub

A highly prolific producer with over 200 tracks released under the various aliases: Alexis K, Kisader, Madison, Sub Affair, and more, Unsub’s newest release with Simplify Recordings touches on the tranquil side of bass music without relinquishing her extensive low-end sound-development. Minimalist beats progress ever so gently, urged forward along a constant progression by softly rolling melodies and intricately constructed bass frequencies. Capable of creating extremely diverse and utterly intriguing sound-scapes without over-complicating the structure, Unsub personally exemplifies the profound patience manifested in each and every one of her tracks.

- Ethan Baer (SubSynthesis.com // Dubstep.NET)

Released by: Simplify Recordings
Release/catalogue number: SIMP063
Release date: Oct 26, 2011

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L'infini - A Dubstep Mix

L'infini - A Dubstep Mix

Lasting 30 minutes, the vocal mix features 17 dubstep tracks (mostly remixes) from Skrillex, Nero, Robyn, Ellie Goulding, Calvin Harris, The Weeknd + more! 

Download “L'infini Mix”  |  Tracklist

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fuufufufufuhfuhfuhfuhduhh by scalamanderr

Anyone wanna remix? Grab a download → http://cl.ly/BA1n

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Tiesto - Maximal Crazy (DEREK SABISTON Dubstep Remix)

Tiesto - Maximal Crazy (Derek Sabiston REMIX) by DerekSabiston

FREE DOWNLOAD! - http://www.mediafire.com/?2d1mflwvf58zv

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The Killabits new remix of Ephixa’s track ‘Dubstep Killed Rock N’ Roll’ is now available and it’s HEAVY. Watch it online on YouTube.com

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Rome - R. Empire (Original)

Hi everyone,

I just finished this song and I’ve put a lot of time into it as it’s the first beat I’d like signed. This is a mix of glitch, electro, and hip hop influences that I think you’ll really enjoy. I’m happy with how it turned out and I have more in this style in the works along with a couple of collabs. Hopefully you’ll like it enough to share it on your facebook or wherever you post to: http://soundcloud.com/djrome/r-empire

Rome - R. Empire

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Don’t Leave Me Alone (1point5 Remix) by Piyush Bhatnagar on Don’t Leave Me Alone EP

Out now on Monkey Dub Recording

Mastering by Rick Simons

Released by: Monkey Dub Recording
Release/catalogue number: MDR073
Release date: Oct 10, 2011

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Disaster by Rook

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r u ready

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