AEI Media, home of several illustrious bass brands like UKF, Drum & Bass Arena, GetDarker and more, are back again for a new This Is Dubstep compilation! The 2013 edition is bursting with heavy bass and dark dubstep and with 35+ tracks and several exclusives it is proving to be one hell of a release!
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Zack Kemp AKA Trolley Snatcha has made quite a name for himself in the past few years; riding the UK Bass and Dubstep wave all the way over to the US. Today, he begins his North American Summer tour in Washington DC before cruising around the continent for club and festival dates including this Saturday at HARD here in Los Angeles. Coincidentally, he’s also putting out a 5-track EP via Scion A/V next week, featuring five new originals including this collaboration with the famous Grime collective, Foreign Beggars. Make sure to check out the entire EP on Scion A/V next Tuesday!
HARD is bringing the Dub Police tour back to Los Angeles after their last stint at the House of Blues in 2010. Rather than being the heavily rumored “very special guest,” Caspa is in full force with the rest of his crew consisting of Trolley Snatcha, Subscape, D1, & Matty G. It was an excellent show in 2010, and this Saturday is the last stop on the tour, so it’s bound to be another night of UK dubstep greatness that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Grab tickets HERE.
TICKET/HARD + GDD MERCHANDISE GIVEAWAY, EVENT INFO, & MUSIC AFTER THE JUMP!
I can be extremely greedy at times. I don’t really like sharing, and as a youngster, I was often caught with my hand in the cookie jar. Luckily for you, the Miami heat must be altering my brain chemistry to get on some Mother Theresa tip for you to feast on another GDD EXCLUSIVE. So, dubstep. Even moms are listening to it, so its no surprise that some of the biggest known house players like Laidback Luke were caught getting wobbly at EDC. There were a lot of chefs in the kitchen when it came time to produce ‘Warrior’, most notably is LA badman 12th Planet, which probably explains the huge crossover ability for this track. Anjulie provides the catchy female vox over enough low-end to keep it interesting, but not too much modulation to be feared. Most shocking though is the LA Riots remix, which features a dub breakdown halfway through the song that is quite a far departure from their ‘switchblade‘ days *miss u 2k7. Hate it or love it, dubstep is here to stay (at least till the end of summer, then we’ll find some other genre to bastardize).