Seven Lions has just announced his newest EP, titled "Days To Come" and set to be released on October 16th. No further details are available as of yet, but as you can judge by the trailer below it sounds like the follow up to his debut EP "Polarize" will be just as epic. Hot of the success of his latest remix of Velvetine's "The Great Divide", Seven Lions has jumped onto the mainstream radar and this EP might just be his catapult to mainstream success. Check out the trailer below, and stay tuned for more details as they arrive.
Zed's Dead recently released their mellow remix of Bon Iver's hit track "Woods", and while this might not be the rap infused bangers we're used to hearing from Zeds Dead it's definitely a track worth listening to. This down tempo dubstep track is perfect for a lazy afternoon, incorporating Bon Iver's beautiful vocals into Zeds Dead mellow wobbles perfectly.
Canadian dubstep masters Zed's Dead have just unleashed the third installment of the HARD Day of the Dead Mixtape series, and this audio assault is exactly what we needed to get pumped on Day of the Dead. This mix includes all the hip hop/dubstep fusion that Zed's Dead is known for, and even includes some trap, house, and some unreleased material. Check out Zed's Dead at HARD Day of the Dead on November 3rd at the LA Historic Park in Downtown Los Angeles! Full tracklist after the break.
California native melodic dubstep producer Seven Lions has shaken the foundation of trance music, fusing dark electro charged dubstep beats and melodies with anthemic trance tracks by world famous producers like Above & Beyond and Paul van Dyk. Seven Lions is paving the way for a new style of dubstep, similar to how Skrillex opened the floodgates for the heavier American style of dubstep (popularly known as brostep). Seven Lions brings a foreboding, grimy, and ominous aura to his productions, using explosive electro hits and undulating bass lines to morph these trance anthems into sweaty dubstep bangers. His newest effort is a remix of the current Beatport chart topping track "The Great Divide" by Velvetine. Seven Lions highlights Aruna's soaring vocals with an expansive, glitchy and groovy midsection, and proceeds to fuse the tracks natural melodic progression with a great dubstep beat before dropping into the track into chaos.
Check out a preview of the track below, and you can purchase both the normal remix and the dub remix on Beatport here
With a superb vocal performance by Eva Simons followed by the huge bass lines that Doctor P. is famous for, another club anthem has arrived.
The monstrous duo from Montreal is back with another remix, this time keeping things a bit mellower with a great remix of Alexisonfire's "To A Friend". Adventure Club approached this remix a bit differently, as this track has a much more laid back vibe than their previous efforts. Their formula for success is quite simple; crisp, clean, and melodic. Adventure Club is proving that North American dubstep isn't all about those fat nasty drops, and they're doing a damn good job at it.
Check out the track below, and click on the soundcloud link for a free download courtesy of Adventure Club!
The wonderful Annie Mac has graced us with yet another preview of Feed Me's forthcoming work. We first had a short preview of "Little Cat Steps" when Annie Mac previewed the track during Feed Me's mini-mix a few weeks ago, and now a new long form preview confirms our suspicions: this track is an all out banger. It embodies everything we have come to know and love from Feed Me; straight forward chugging Feed Me style electro at it's finest. This track has the same overall vibe as "Green Bottle", however uses less of the complextro approach. With the children chanting "Feed Me!" dropping into a wild half-time dubstep esque drop, what's not to like about this preview?
Check out the preview below via Soundcloud:
Globally acclaimed comedian and musician Reggie Watts has just released a video with Funny Or Die supposedly imitating Skrillex. Reggie is famous for his live looping/beatboxing abilities, and his strength of improvisation.
It's hilarious, but what he actually does is create a pretty good track that brings back the sounds of classic dubstep while using singing lyrics talking about how Skrillex ruined the genre and is raking in the cash. Check out the video below!