The Men in Masks:
1. Supreme Selecta
4. The Correspondents
6. Ruok (Deadmau5 rmx)
9. DJ Bad Trip
11. Bassbin Twins
13 Zitan B
Supreme Selecta’s great new EP is out now with MDR, full of versatile goodness, creating a half-way house between the Purple Wow sound and Bare Dubstep. Xcellent stuff!
Our Lithuanian buddy is back with another dark, gothic sounding, mesmeric track done in a style pretty unique to him!
EPITOME – NO MAD RECORDS
2 cool tunes from Epitome forthcoming on the Italian No Mad Record label!
Another lone survivor from the great hard drive crash of 2006. We’ve always been one for messing around with genres, so here it is, Bluestep.
Miserly 128kbps, but that’s all I’ve got left!!! So to any sound snobs out there, yes it sounds pretty terrible, but we’ve played this on main stages and no-one seems to notice, so there! haha
Samples Howlin’ Wolf obviously, the track’s ‘300 Pounds Of Joy’. Also realised coincidently, that it uses the same intro as the great and all powerful Mark Lamarr on his radio show. Great minds…
Anyway enjoy, decided to put it up because a few people have asked after it, so now you can all have it!
Hugs ‘n’ Kisses,
The Correspondents HQ
Dubstep’s Spinal Tap?
Man, I find it hilarious anyway 🙂
SKisM ‘Down With the Kids’ EP out on 1st of November.
For the release of the EP a documentary has been produced which gives a brief history of SKisM’s rise in the dubstep scene, including previews of all the tracks off the upcoming EP, and the production techniques used to create it. With out takes of live performance, SKisM also talks for first time about the banning of his controversial first album, which is now only available in North Korea.
The Never Say Die Vol 7 mixed by SKisM, features unreleased bangers from Skrillex, Bare Noize, Drum and Bass legends Noisia, Flux Pavilion and Foreign Beggars to name just a few. His last mix (volume 2) received over 7000 downloads and this next mix is set to be huge.
Our entry in the deadmau5 SOFI Needs A Ladder remix contest.
Voting starts Tuesday, October 12
Must have a Beatport account to vote. It’s free to sign up for one so please do and vote if you like this track! We will send you warm feelings… and chocolate.
Southampton based producer, good effort.
Jeuce “Kiss”: http://www.mediafire.com/?2w1dw2px5axovl0
Mixing up the genres with each track like some kind of musical Rubik’s cube, Jeuce throw in a dash of dubsep, a splash of electro and lashings of vocal goodness on ‘Kiss’, perhaps their most polished single to date. While the original is no doubt going to be a massive hit at festivals, it’s not the ideal track for DJs, so lucky for you the band have enlisted Zed’s Dead to remix the shit out of it! If there were an ATM award for creating the heaviest drop then this mix would win it this month as it throws down whirling LFOs, screeching synth mids and booming subs chopped to infinity with slices of the original vocal. Buy it. Love it. Play it. Loud!
Youtube Link: http://www.youtube.com/gethypecollective
DJ BAD TRIP
A couple of great remixes here by this dude!
Some xcellent Post Dubstep sounds here, along that Joy Orbison vibe, from this versatile UK Producer.
A mini-mix of their own tracks, awesome stuff as usual.
Buy bassbin tracks here: http://ow.ly/2XJRW
Russian based producer with his best track to date.
I’m gonna sign off soundcloud with some glorious stuff from New Zealand by this talented producer aka Gareth.
Great stuff, for your mind & soul 😉