Category Archives: Dubstep
BASSIC, Boston’s longest running dub step party is teaming up with Pico Picante, Good Life’s premiere Moombahton/Tropical Bass/Digital Cumbia party to throw one hell of an event. Upstairs we have a special set by Dance Pajaritos followed by DJ Brek.One … Continue reading
Wheez-ie is a 23 year-old producer/DJ from Houston who specializes in the dancefloor-shaking madness that is bass music. He has already released two EPs this year: the Juke-infused All Worked Up EP on Well Rounded Individuals, and the XLR8R-lauded Keep … Continue reading
(Heavy Pressure, Embassy, TUBA) Boston based dubstep artist Moldy is notorious for mind-bending DJ sets and productions that stay true to the “deep and exploratory drive of the early days” (Mixmag, 12/12/2011). A “veteran of American dubstep” (flavorwire.com, 4/19/10) and … Continue reading
Non-Event, the Goethe-Institut Boston, Mmmmaven, and WZBC present POLE Wednesday, May 2nd Boston debut! with Ricardo Donoso POLE (aka Stefan Betke) is one of the most important and influential electronic music producers of the last 15 years. His first three … Continue reading
The playful collective of house-rompers over at Banana Peel Records just got serious. No-mercy dubstepper, J-Hilla was brought in for BPR003. ‘River Runs Red’ is a top-shelf display of dubstep with a swift 2-stepper sporting spliced Rick Ross lyrics to … Continue reading
Vermin St. is back for another huge release. This time from label veteran Misk, and it features remixes from the likes of +Verb, Encanti, CocoBryce and the late HM.T DM.T. Definitely a must have for the incoming Spring season. via … Continue reading
Sultry serenader of the sub, Prism, has remixed contemporary pianist, Robert Glasper’s “Make Love.” Head to indabamusic.com and click VOTE to give our favorite jazzy dub crusader a chance to win $500 and a royalty-free piano sample from Robert Glasper.
New England’s 2012 Together Festival is pleased to announce the first string of artists scheduled to take the stage for the festival’s third year, during the week of April 2nd-8th.
Oh Vermin Street. You’re too kind… Good Music is Heart to Find by Various Artists
BASSIC resident AxH (formerly known as Grizzly) has been on a production rampage prepping to get pretty serious for the year of the Mayan-proposed apocalypse. An album coming out on brooklyn-based TUBA, material on Sturdy Recordings and most likely more will unfold with the year. Head over to his soundcloud to get introduced and cop a handful of free tracks, too. Continue reading
This release features a thick 4×4/stepper relick by Robot Koch of Jahcoozi infamy, and an 808 driven Juke mix by Sonkin of the Seclusias camp. The B-Side is the embodiment of future funk, paired down to the raw basics: crunchy bass, distorted claps and wah guitar plucks with the freshness. Continue reading
The release features a deep and bass heavy remix by Sub Swara; a smooth
Downtempo House/Midtemp Funk version by Pumpkin (of Pocket
Underground and The Wandering Marrionettes); and a third remix by Zander
(aka Traveler) with glitchy bass filtering and sugary sweet melodies.
The B side is a funkified cover of an old Ledbelly tune, Linin Track. Again, featuring Blacklight on vocals, this time with an alto laid down over bass driven beat to inspire a hands-in-the-air call-to-arms on the dancefloor.
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Jonny Meek serves up the latest Digital Monk Soundsystem podcast.
Last month saw XLR8R’s Downloads section explode with loads of solid tracks from a wide range of talented tunesmiths, and here, we’ve pulled together the top 20 most downloaded free jams from October for you to peruse. You can check out our countdown—featuring the likes of Machinedrum (pictured above), Salva, Nguzunguzu, Grimes, John Convex, Washed Out, and Jack Dixon—below.
Legendary boston-based multimedia outlet, Vermin Street, is asking YOU to submit tracks for the upcoming compilation CD that will be available on addictech, beatport, juno, itunes, etc… Continue reading
This Halloween, join the SUBduction Crew and All Asia Bar for the only FREE costume party that will satisfy your EDM / BASS MUSIC needs! We got deco out the ass, lots of candy, old school horror flicks on the … Continue reading
This release comes replete with a gamut of remixes of the title track: 813′s dope Dubstep lick; Kid Kanevil’s seductive 808 mix; Jon Phonics smooth space funk refix and Darkhouse Fam’s fresh wonk-hop version.