3. Broad Rush
5. Engine Earz Experiment
7. Thorn On A Rose
9. H3 (We Are Mutants)
10. David Starfire
12. Hot Mess
14. Sub Philo Music Group
Let’s start off with something from Joker’s label, Kapsize.
Ferretti has covered this dude in the past and I think it’s ok. Doesn’t quite do what Joker’s own stuff does for me but it ain’t too bad. Defintely worth investigating.
Here’s what the label says:
Kapsize kick start 2011 with 2 fresh cuts from a new label artist: L-Wiz. While L-Wiz is new to Kapsize, the Swedish duo are in no way new to the dubstep scene – drawing attention with killer tracks like ‘Girl From Codeine City’ and the classic ‘Girlfriend’, the production pair have been making high quality dubstep tracks since the early 2004-5 days, even launching the first ever release on Dub Police! It is with pleasure that we announce ‘Straitjacket’ and ‘4.42 Oz’ find a home on Kapsize!
Keeping in the spirit of Joker’s own melodic productions, L-Wiz take a different angle from their previous output – pushing layer after layer of perfectly produced synth lines in harmonic syncracy. ‘Straitjacket’ is the more dancefloor focussed of the two cuts, with a sleazy, low-slung take on the ‘purple’ sound we all know and love at Kapsize – while keeping it heavily weighted to provide bass fans with plenty of satisfactory rumble! Flip for the equally melodic ‘4.42 Oz’ which takes a more relaxed approach in vibe, taking things in a futuristic direction while simultaneously referencing the past. Beautifully produced elegant music that you will keep coming back to.
DJ support from everyone from Skream to Plastician, Martyn to 2562 as well as of course being a main staple in Joker’s own sets last year.
Buy Now :: Physical
Buy Now :: Digital
This is pretty gorgeous, check it out!
Came across Broad Rush when he did that great remix for Son of Kick on Guacha.
Here’s some great remixes of commercial tunes including Marilyn Manson.
Download here: http://www40.zippyshare.com/v/67828540/file.html
We stuck a great remix of Marvin Gaye’s “Grapevine” track by this dude some time ago.
He’s back with a few new numbers.
Engine Earz Experiment
Engine Earz showing a bit more of what’s to come from their debut album.
Always loved this track and the JuKeS did a storming version of this too, on my and/or Mr Pozorek’s soundcloud.
Here’s another great version.
A decent refix of this track.
Watch out for OFFICIAL Skrillex Moombahcore, you betta believe it!
A good remix of an ok track!
H3 (We are Mutants)
Not as infectious as some of their earlier works but Malaysia’s answer to brostep are still churning them out at pretty decent quality.
The Original is off to Canada for Mastering.. so here’s the remix.
FROM H3’s DEBUT EP ‘Mutant Dub 101’ – TILTED
H3 – Tilted ft Adeline (H3’s Spinning Back Fist Remix) by H3 (We Are Mutants)
David does Britney twice!
FLeCK does conquer in my book
Some Duurty Hot Mess!
A really wobbly remix of our favourite Gal, Flore!
Sub Philo Music Group
Dev79, Philly’s Street Bass kingpin, unleashes his long awaited slab of future garage called “In Grain We Trust” on Sub Philo Music this month. Sub Philo is a quickly rising bass music label, known for their releases featuring the likes of DZ, Tomb Crew, Defunct!, Bombaman, Zeppy Zep and label owner Thrills. On this track Dev79 takes a classic reggae sample and flips it into an evolving track that takes influence from UK funky and 2-step but maintains a sound uniquely its own. The remixes by Pacheko, Thrills and Tony Rocky Horror expand upon these ideas further to round a diverse package of bangers that will rock all kinds of dancefloors!
Philadelphia’s brazen Dev79, aka Gair Marking, has been bangin’ out the underground sounds for years. With an almost reckless abandon he attacks a barrage of genres (from UKG to Grime to Tropical to Dubstep to Rap and whatever the fuck else) to create his spin on the Street Bass style. He’s done recent remixes for +Verb, Raffertie, DZ, Starkey, BD1982, Gobs the Zombie, Guttstar, Mestizo, Dmn Days, and is soon to present a mixtape for up and coming r&b/reggae singer Sheba as well as working on a collab EP with Seattle’s Thrills (Sub Philo Music). Dev79 and Starkey are the masterminds behind the Seclusiasis empire and Street Bass Anthems series, as well as the Slit Jockey Records imprint with partner El Carnicero.
A flava of what’s upcoming from my favourite Welshmen, sounds dope.
Release date: 10/04/11 Via ‘Deep Thrills’