Sub Antix has done it again! His newest release, Culture Shock, is exactly what you have come to expect from the underground legend; a dark, twisted and hypnotizing beat. Sub Antix has also decided to give the track away for free to promote his newest release with Enigma Dubz (formerly Enigma)!
That’s right, Sub Antix is back and he is blurring genre lines. Vendetta is an epic track that takes its influence from both tribal techno and UK dubstep. Sub Antix has truly done it again with his use of choirs-style synths, intricate ethnic drums and that dark grimy bass that you all know and love.
Watch out for a plethora of Sub Antix releases this summer, including a very long-awaited collaboration with Enigma.
Hello bassheads, today I have quite the treat for y’all. GDD™ homie Subantix (aka Keith Stewart) has created a special mix just for you, entitled The Blue Cheese Mix. This mix is organized and executed to ultimate perfection, with a tracklist that will make your pants bulge.
When I asked Keith about the exclusive mix, he replied, “I tried to throw in the best of what I’m loving at the moment with tracks that I feel are timeless. Got a couple double drops in there as well to keep things interesting but for the most part I hoped to give the tracks enough time to breathe whilst keeping the interest. The reason for the name ‘The Blue Cheese Mix’ is mostly an inside joke based around a strain I’ve gotten in BC that just absolutely reeks of well, blue cheese. If anyone else has come across it they will know exactly what I mean. Anyways, hope it’s up to snuff and you all enjoy it! Much love from Vancouver!”
* Also, make sure to listen extra closely at the end to hear a sneak of Subantix’s newest skull crusher, Vendetta.
For all you UK based dirty dancers and even beyond that, any dubstep or garage fan to be honest; On Friday it was announced that London’s biggest pirate radio station, the legendary Rinse FM is going legit after finally being granted a broadcasting license. For those who don’t know about Rinse, it’s been running since ’94 and is responsible for giving airplay to grime, garage and dubstep, where mainstream radio wouldn’t. This move is going have an effect in bringing dubstep, future garage and uk funky even further into the limelight, which is wicked news as it’ll give producers the props they deserve for the tunes we listen to. You can stream Rinse online worldwide at rinse.fm – Their Stellar Sessions are fiyah, so check those out.