“This Brit beatmaker’s productions helped define early subwoofer-punishing dubstep.”-Rolling Stone
Rusko’s new album has quickly overtaken the charts, firmly at #1 on the iTunes Electronic chart in the USA, UK, Canada, France, Ireland and Holland!
SONGS is a collection of masterful pop songs that will reach far beyond the dance floors. Rusko has created a body of work that encapsulates all the best elements of bass heavy music and infuses them with sublime melodies and a euphoric spirit.
Download “Skanker” from SPIN here.
Skream dropped the appropriately titled single, “Anticipate” feat. Sam Frank on Sunday. This is arguably the catchiest single OWSLA has put out, it was stuck in my head all weekend. Skream is credited for helping to invent Dubstep, pretty cool that he’s putting this out with Skrillex.
Explosive indie-dance/art-rock five-piece from Brisbane, Australia, Tin Can Radio, are celebrating the release of their debut album, Chase the Sun, Hold the Night with a massive 20 date tour around metropolitan and regional Australia. The tour spans over April and May of 2011.
The debut album, Chase the Sun, Hold the Night, is the accumulation of two acclaimed single-releases and many hard months in the studio. The 11 track LP runs a knife edge between accessible and fun, and ambitious and sonically challenging; journeying through dreamy landscapes, sing-along hooks, punchy guitar driven riffs and grinding dubstep breakdowns. (AWE-SOME!)
Lead singer Tom Wearne explains, “The album is a reflection of our shared struggle in trying to do exactly what we want to do, our attempts to live forever, to never sleep and to have never ending, uncompromised fun. You could say that these are over-riding themes in the songs, but they are also over-riding themes in our lives and the reason why we make this music.”
Since Kraddy’s departure from the Glitch Mob last year, he’s been hard at work on his first solo EP. Now it’s ready and Labyrinth will be on sale tomorrow. You can preview Labyrinth on Kraddy’s website by clicking here (and you can get a free download of “No Comply” — check out 3:40 when the breakdown begins!)
ALSO — Download the FREE Dirty Got Soul mix for a taste of what’s to come.
Rock It Science Laboratories is a fresh music label that zooms forth from one of San Francisco’s favorite
warehouse party-maker crews turned club promoters, musicians and remixers.
“Wiggle Room” is the first release on the Rock It Science Laboratories label. DJ Fame and Eric Sharp have all thrusters going full throttle, turning out a twister of a track.
There’s some “Wiggle Room” remixes already, too. Two high honored cadets of the Chicago club sound, Santiago & Bushido take it on as well as Trillbass who takes us to the dark forest of Dubstep, winding us down creepy turns and shivering drops. Finally Andrew Phelan and George Cochrane make the list here as well.
Check all of it out at BeatPort by clicking here
Also, I’ve got a free download for ya! It’s another Groove Armada “Paper Romance” remix
by the aforementioned Eric Sharp. After having a listen to a lot of remixes for “Paper Romance,” I gotta say this one’s a good one to have…especially if you’re like me and haven’t gotten sick of the song yet.