Celebrity Dub Match REMIXED!: David Lynch vs. Lee Scratch Perry

Awhile back Generation Bass did a post about the Dubblestandart/Lee Perry/David Lynch release ‘Chrome Optimism’. Now Subatomic Sound follows up with Chrome Optimism Remixes!! There are some amazing tunes on this release that will be making waves in some heavyweight sets.

The album features the original dubby electronic “Chrome Optimsim” radio edit and minimal dub version by Dubblestandart w/David Lynch & Lee Scratch Perry plus an amazing array of remixes that extend the vibes every direction from there: from dark to light and from dancefloor smasher to beautiful ambient dub. Remixers include Liondub, founder of the red hot label of the same name, with a genre busting UK Funky meets reggae hard stepper mix; dubstep rising star Antiserum twists his usually hard style in a beautiful dub stepping Jarre inspired composition that revisits the famous Jahovia reggae melody; SF producer Kush Arora delivering a blistering tropical bass mix; Dave Q founder of the influential Dub War dubstep party in the NYC imagines dubstep’s techno future; veteran NYC producer Ming of Ming + FS and dark horse April White both team up again with Emch of Subatomic Sound System for explosive dubstep bass bin bangers; longtime dub master and Destroy All Concepts label boss Dub Gabriel takes you on a fantastically dark and heady Lynchian journey a la Skull Disco; and Netherlands based analog dub scientist Tony Dubshot takes it to outerspace without an airlock.

Dubblestandart meets David Lynch & Lee Scratch Perry “Chrome Optimism” remixes – out Sept.7 by SubatomicSound

Here are a couple of exclusive free tracks for Gen Bass heads!!
These two tracks showcase Subatomic Sound System teaming up with fellow NYC residents and co-conspirators Ming and April White.

CHROME OPTIMISM (Ming vs. Subatomic Sound System remix)
Ming’s hard electro horror vibes clash Subatomic deep subby dubstep.
“This Ming vs Subatomic remix is heavy, melodic, twisted, and beautiful!” – Bassnectar

CHROME OPTIMISM (April White vs. Subatomic Sound System remix)
Grinding industrial strength dubstep juxtaposed with surreal soundscapes and angelic opera
“Epic drop! Snares like giant hydraulic machinery.” – Process Rebel

If your thirst for the Subatomic Sound is not quenched tune into the radio show hosted at http://brooklynradio.net/subatomic-sound-radio/. Where you can hear label boss and main man Emch drop the freshest tracks from the urban dub diaspora. The most recent show featuring an interview session with heavy, HEAVY hitter Liondub (Liondub International)!

Cheers! ~ Process Rebel

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