Tuesday, September 7, 2010

MAL012 - CEEKER - Body Rocker- w Free Zombie-J 320 Hexadex

Hot off his recent remix of Blackheart's "Madhouse" on MalLabel Music, rising US dubstep producer Ceeker drops a genius original along with a diverse selection of cutting edge remixes. Eyecatching artwork courtesy of Ben Keyser.

"Body Rocker" is a furious combination of buzzsaws, wobbly bass lines, and inventive melodies lines comprised of pseudo-rave stabs and bell-chine synths. The track is a subdued head nodder designed to m...ove bodies, just as its title indicates. Oakland, CA's Dr. Knobz teams up with Carly D to give the track a crunk rubdown while maintaining the moodiness of the original with a wall of synth melodies. The bass is pure glitchy, speaker shredding goodness that is hard to ignore. Mischievious San Francisco producers Mycho Pan Cocoa and El Diablo cook up a remix that is noisy and glitchy with booming dub bass and gorgeous bell-chime melodies while in contrast El Diablo and Zombie-J's pairing is a concise, hard charging track heavy on the bass wobbles. Skulltrane goes for the Hotflush/aquacrunk style and delivers a deep, dubby affair that focuses on the melancholy found in the original's melodic elements. It's well done and should appeal to fans of both dubstep and techno. Colorado-based producer Zeno's remix is also in the same vein, this one focusing on more of a moody garage feel with heavy bass accents. It's a perfect change of pace track with a partyworthy vocal snippet. "Hexdex" is a b-side bonus beats cut and just like Ceeker's other original - a curious mix of melodies and moodiness.

01 Body Rocker
02 Body Rocker (Dr. Knobz & Carly D Remix)
03 Body Rocker (Zeno Remix)
04 Hexadex (Bonus track)
05 Body Rocker (Mycho Pan Cocoa & El Diablo Remix)
06 Body Rocker (El Diablo & Zombie-J Remix)
07 Body Rocker (Skulltrane Remix)

Friday, August 6, 2010

Pumping Quarterz EP (FREE​!​) band name by SPLATINUM

<a href="http://splatinum.bandcamp.com/album/pumping-quarterz-ep-free">Pumping Quarterz - Original Mix by SPLATINUM</a>

Saturday, July 17, 2010

'I Try' - The Single band name by KINGS OF THE CITY

If Dr. Colossus has something to do with this album you know it is going to be proper!
<a href="http://kingsofthecity.bandcamp.com/album/i-try-the-single">I Try by KINGS OF THE CITY</a>

Thursday, July 8, 2010

The good kinda Cottonmouth

Here is a talented up and comer with a very spiffy bio and a new EP on the way. I a really happy that Cottonmouth got back in to the game and look forward to hearing his future production. "COTTONMOUTH has been producing music since he was 14 years old when he got the drum n bass bug, which consumed him. Since his early days, his taste in music has expanded into Dubstep/Electronica/Electro/IDM and much more. Cottonmouth has already become a Soundcloud favorite, with a hefty following, he continues to challenge the boundaries of electronic music. He recently had a 6 year break to find himself after a life threatening skating accident, where he attempted to jump the Cheddar Gorge near Bristol, England. He has returned triumphant, with a whole host of new tunes and ideas that are guaranteed to leave your ears wondering what hit them. If the Stapedius (ear) is the smallest muscle in the body, Cottonmouth’s tunes will ensure that even the largest muscle in the body, the Gluteus Maximus (ass) will be unable to hold still and start shaking of it’s own accord.

You can expect a lot more from this artist who has returned from the grave."

Watch out for his debut EP dropping in Summer 2010.

Artist: Cottonmouth

Title: Wake Up

Label: Permanent Damage Records

Release Date: Jul 27, 2010

Catalog ID: PDRX0007

1.“Moving On” opens by paying homage to that pioneer of Dubstep, Johann
Sebastian Bach, with its contrapuntal fugue intro. If that sounds like another
language, not to worry: the bass drops hard, and we’re off to the three-legged
Dubstep races.

2.“Chinese Breakaway” cranks up the intensity and turns the Dubstep wobble
inside out with constant variations over a heavy beat that would make John
Bonham tap his toes and Rick Allen clap his hands.

3.“Stompbox” uses vocal samples and a simple hook to build to several
climaxes, and is a surefire dance floor mover.

4.Closing with the aptly named “Faceslap,” Cottonmouth leaves us wanting
more. The unsettling melody and changing rhythms keep us on our toes until
the final wobbly bass note echoes into nothingness.

Make sure to check out more of Cottonmouth work here:








Latest tracks by Cottonmouth

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Blackheart's The Magic Hour LP Out 7-27-10 on INgrooves

Blackheart comes forth with it’s first ever LP, “The Magic Hour,” on MalLabel Music following their previous 3 remix releases on the label. The duo, having worked together since 2007, have a discography that spans an handful of some of the US’s most prized labels, including Full Melt, Bassism, Filthy Digital, Savory Audio, and also MalLabel. Their remixes of 6Blocc’s “Bad Boy” and DZ’s “Untitled Facemelter” on MalLabel proved to be dancefloor destroyers, and “The Magic Hour LP” is filled from beginning to end with the same vibey West Coast darkness. “Creature Funk” opens the album to a raunchy, chuggy, driving stepper, “Dialers,” “Madhouse,” and “Kik May Boots” are all straight forward, driving anthems. The album is sure to please the masses.

Artwork by Ben Keyser.

Artist: Blackheart

Title: The Magic Hour LP

Label: MalLabel Music

Release Date: July 27, 2010


1) Blackheart - Creature Funk
2) Blackheart - Ceeker- Dialers
3) Blackheart - Bukkha - Madhouse
4) Blackheart - Rastatronics - Digital Breath
5) Blackheart - Kik Mah Boots
6) Blackheart - Madhouse (Ceeker Remix)
7) Blackheart – Hyperlink

Available everywhere July 27th, 2010 through INgrooves.


Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Bass Bangers Blackheart

The SF bay area duo known as BLACKHEART together bring a combined 30 years of production/DJ experience to the mixing console and dj booth. While their sound may be difficult to categorize, their ability to pack and rock a dance floor is undeniable. Each having his own diverse history in San Francisco’s electronic dance music culture, BLACKHEART has taken root in the burgeoning and multi-faceted SF DUBSTEP scene. Crews from around the US have all had their dancefloors smashed by BLACKHEART, and with releases on MALLABEL, BRAP DEM, FULL MELT, BASSISM, FITLHY DIGITAL, and ABDUCTED DUBS, it’s only getting heavier. Recently taking residency with both MALLABEL and REDLINE, fronted by SF DJ ULTRAVIOLET. You can usually catch BLACKHEART at any MALLABEL event or REDLINE’S monthly, MAKEOUT SESSIONS, but if you need your fix with the quickness, download their exclusive Studio Mix here. BLACKHEART is doing damage to no end. LISTEN UP AND GET DOWN. Check out Blackheart's Newest Studio Mix HERE.






Mal @ Mal@MalLabelMusic.com

Latest tracks by Geoff Blackheart

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

El Diablo's "Rollin With My Crew"

This man is a sorcerer of sorts, and his sets fall nowhere short of shocking. A powerful and energetic force on the decks, El Diablo is responsible for the music behind MalLabel’s theme song ‘Rollin With My Crew,’ and is known to flip it to psyphy when the BPM is getting too high, but the crowd’s high is just right. Our own devil with the following details: party rocking crazy pants. MalLabel is psyched to kick out El Diablo’s new jam. The “Rollin With My Crew” E.P. is a funky escapade into a mad world of mischievous knob-twiddling joy rides that will surely fill your modulation needs. Come along and roll deep with MalLabel crew on waves of devilish bass delight, with reworking by none other than LA powerhouse 6Blocc, a hyphy collab with Dub Terrain’s CI, and a bangin reformation of HD4000’s previous MalLabel release “Jekal” as a free download to boot. If you want to get some boom for your whip or need some beats for your hip, you need to grab a piece of this."Rollin With My Crew".







Mal @ Mal@MalLabelMusic.com

Latest tracks by el diablo

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Rastatronics Melts Faces

Santa Cruz based DJ, promoter, and producer Rastatronics has been on the decks since 1998 spinning an eclectic mix of underground electronic music and reggae influenced tracks, that gives his sets a singular sound. He has become focused on pushing the dubstep style as a founding member of the Subwize DJ collective and through his partnership with Bay Area event promoters Raindance and MalLabel. Rastatronics has been on the same bill with acts such as Diplo, Rusko, Skream, Benga, Distance, DZ, MRK1, Djunya, Eskmo, Matty G, and STS9. Rastatronics has collaborated with DZ on a remix of Pink Floyd’s seminal “Comfortably Numb” that received international attention. Currently, you can find Rastatronics in the studio with Blackheart planning the tracks for his forthcoming MalLabel release due this fall. Download Rastatronic's latest mixes HERE.


Mal @ Mal@MalLabelMusic.com

Latest tracks by RASTATRONICS

Zombie-J's "Dr. Wre"

Zombie-J is lurking right behind you, and he’s bringing a fist full of dubs like you’ve never heard. From beginning to end, Zombie’s “Dr Wre EP” is brimming with originality, and each track displays Zombie’s signature sound, full of squirrelly west coast glide synth tones and heavy, gritty wobbles. This is not a test, this is an emergency transmission, Zombie-J is stalking your dance floor right now, and it’s your brains he is after…
1. Gristle
2. Dr Wre (original mix)
3. Khan Con VIP
4. Undead
5. Dr Wre (Roommate Remix) [FREE 320k DOWNLOAD]
6. Occidental




Mal @ Mal@MalLabelMusic.com

Latest tracks by zombiej

Skulltrane-Sauce "This One Called Dub"

Skulltrane AKA Skulltron brings you "This One Called Dub". An EP filled with sexy wobbles and nasty basslines guaranteed to get the dance floor sweaty. "This One Called Dub" is a sultry banger that makes you want to stand up and get ya grind on. The momentum is carried by "Mission" remixed to be a driving bass force to be reckoned with. HD4000 makes a guest appearance on the EP remixing the title track into a hawt face melter. "This One Called Dub" concludes with "Mirror Elements" a sicky FREE 320 only available at MalLabelMusic.com.





Mal @ Mal@MalLabelMusic.com

Latest tracks by SKULLTRANE

Low Frequency High Life w Mycho Pan Cocoa

Mycho Pan Cocoa, one of San Francisco’s most fabulously mischievous producers, prints his vibrant and intense musical personality straight to the binary code in his first full-length album, available now from MalLabel Music. Not in any way an accident, the spitfire tracks number 13 in this masterful passage of audio gluttony, each opus glistening with Pan Cocoa’s signature coat of slippery sexy step. Remixers Zeno, The Faun, and Ribotto play supporting rolls in Mycho’s odyssey of swanky whomp, wonky bass, reality-fractalling rhythms. MalLabel is deeply enthralled to get behind the fiery character that is MPC, and are proud to endorse this enchanting collection of party tales. Low Frequency High Life.





Mal @ Mal@MalLabelMusic.com

Latest tracks by mycho

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Higher Vibrations by Leonard Dstroy

Leonardo Dstroy is providing you with some head bouncing Glitched out Bass Music. And it is free. :)

<a href="http://leonarddstroy.bandcamp.com/album/higher-vibrations">Technical Difficulties by Leonard Dstroy</a>

Monday, April 19, 2010

Viewing organic things through the eyes of a machine with Robot Koch

After last year`s release “Death Star Droid” Berlin stromtrooper Robot Koch kept himself busy. He finished off the new Jahcoozi album “Barefoot Wanderer” which is coming out on Bpitch Control this spring. Coinciding with the release of his “Death Star Droid Remix EP” (incl fresh mixes by Loops Haunt, Blue Daisy etc). Robot Koch was on tour in the USA and Mexico, stopping by in LA for a stunning gig at Low End Theory and finally settled down for 2 months in Mexcio City, where he found time to work on new material with his girlfriend and singer Grace . Visiting some ancient Maya and Atztec sites and Pyramids sure added to the spaced out magic of the new EP. The new material is dark, percussive and surreal. Like an audible painting my leonora carrington. Its dubby but not dubstep, rather next step maybe. The songs are heavy and dripping with analog and organic sounds…. Lo Fi field recording mashed up with heavy bass and unquantized grooves. Live sounds like guitars work like samples. Vocal talent Grace, that was already featured on the Death Star Droid album and the last EP brings in a dark and yet soulful gospel vibe over Koch’s twisted beat concoctions. This EP is only a taster of the new album that should be ready to drop in october on Project: Mooncircle.

Robot Koch was kind enough to answer a few questions about himself and his work.

Why do you call yourself Robot Koch?:
Why a Robot? my real name is Robert, people just nickname me Robot because I don't sleep and make beats like a machine apparently.

Where are you from?:

How long have you been doing what you do?:
Started making music at the age of 15. Now I am 32, so do the math. ;)

You have a very rich earthy sound that seems to stray into glitched out tangents and back again. But in a Zen like way. Who or what are your
inspirations for the music you make?:
Music inspires me, everything from Moondog to Slayer, from John
Coltrane over Radiohead, to weird folk stuff, and back to Hip-Hop...I
listen to a lot of different stuff.

But also art inspires me... The EP "Listen to Them Fade" was sort of
done under the influence of painter Leonora Carringtion which I
discovered in a bookshop in Mexico City. Sometimes its just clouds and
the way the light looks that inspires me.

Tell us something about this EP that you haven't told anybody yet.:
I made most of it in the kitchen in our flat in Mexico City, when I
lived there in February/March, some of it on a plane and it was the first
time i made music again after a 2 month break.

What's next?:
I`m involved in a project called NRBLN with Jahcoozi, Gebrüder
Teichmann and Modeslektor. Its a cross culture project with artists from
Berlin and from Nairobi in Kenya. We went there twice already to work
with the local musician and vocalists and do some sort world music 2.0.
Dubstep meets traditional African chants, African rap meet Techno beats
and 11 year old kids from the biggest slum in Nairobi prove that they
got more fire than all the MCs in the US Hip-Hop charts combined.

Also I will be working on my album which should drop in late 2010. I am
working on new stuff with my singer grace for her album too, which is
gonna be amazing!
-Robot Koch.

Take some time to see and hear more of Robot Koch's work:




Latest tracks by robot koch

Friday, April 9, 2010

Take a look at S.P.E.C.T.R.E. while he shakes this place.

S.P.E.C.T.R.E. A.K.A Reuben Garst, is a Dj/Promoter/Producer from Denver, Colorado. S.P.E.C.T.R.E. knows how to drop  bass heavy music combining Dubstep, Glitch-Hop, Drum n Bass, and any other type of Bass Music. S.P.E.C.T.R.E. seamlessly cuts through styles and tempos while throwing down head bobbin mash-ups. Already a crowd favorite in Colorado, this is one Dj you want to see if the opportunity arises. S.P.E.C.T.R.E.'s EP BAD GIRLS GO TO HELL is dropping on addictech this month. Something to definitely check out.

S.P.E.C.T.R.E. Co-founded the Jungle Labs "BassLab crew" and is a member of the Denver Bass Squad. S.P.E.C.T.R.E. has built a large following from the infamous Jungle Labs warehouse parties, regular nights at Denver’s Beta Nightclub, and his mixtapes on the Temporal Fusion podcast. Expect big things from this guy! And if you have the time check out his work.Definitely proper. ;)







Latest tracks by s.p.e.c.t.r.e.

Monday, March 15, 2010

The Super Stereo Bros.

Danny and David Mendez have been taking the heavy glitch and dubstep sound that has sweeping the west coast and made it their own. being influenced by acts such as Pink Floyd and chase and status The Super Stereo Bros have been making some amazing tracks. from their newest remix of Lil Waynes phone home to originals such as bassomaddict they are most definitely making the dance floor move.

with their weekly internet radio show every Thursday at 5pm pacific on stupidflyrecords.com and their new release "trip " out on the lordz of dubstep vol 2 compilation (http://www.catapult.co.uk/products/CDs/Urban/Lordz+of+Dubstep+Vol+2) The Super Stereo bros are a complete package that will not be stopped anytime soon.




Latest tracks by The Super Stereo Bros.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Shaking the Bay Area with Mal Label Music

Ever wonder what a Bass Music party is like in the Bay Area? Here is a example...

Mal Label Music is out to spread the Dub! Holding down the west coast of the U.S. with banging parties. They have a small arsenal of Bass Music artist and are constantly hosting new guest artist.

Check out their site for more info, music, videos, and up-coming releases.


Mal Label Music Artist:

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Burning Man, you need to be there!

What is Burning Man?
Once a year, tens of thousands of participants gather in Nevada's Black Rock Desert to create Black Rock City, dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. They depart one week later, having left no trace whatsoever. Learn more about this incredible experience through their First Timers' Guide, their mission statement and Ten Principles.

Not to mention this is like the Mecca for Bass Music. Check out their website trust me on this one! You wont regret it.


Sunday, February 7, 2010

Do you know Knowa Knowone?

The first time I saw Knowa Knowone it was 9:00 AM in the morning I was at Burning Man I had been up for two days and was still about four miles form camp. Knowa Knowone did such a good job I stayed for the whole set before making the trek back to camp. This is someone you should definitely check out! Here is a bit of info about his new EP "Noble Savage".

Street Ritual, LowPro Lounge and 1320 Records Present:

Noble Savage EP Vol. 1
by Knowa Knowone

The term "noble savage" expresses the idealized concept of the natural man and the innate goodness of one not exposed to the corrupting influences of civilization. The Noble Savage EP is an expression of the conflict between nature and western society as well as the fusion of modern music technology and indigenous music technique.

Taking influence from all over the world, Noble Savage starts out on the Big Island of Hawaii, with a psychedlic surf dub jam featuring The Laboratory and guitar of Open Mike. Track two is a Dubstep version of a latin Cumbia from Colombia. It then moves into deeper and darker spaces with the title track Noble Savage feating the keyboardist Makila, and the danceable, arabian influenced, Sands of Allah. The final track, "Bass Tribe 2012" is a neo-tribal experimental piece used in performances by the Dakini Temple's Elizabeth Bast.

"We abhor that brutality which, under the gaudy names of ambition and glory, . . . sheds the blood of men who are all brothers."




Latest tracks by Knowa

Friday, February 5, 2010

Hearing all the colors with 12th Canvas

12th Canvas currently resides in Portland, OR. and has a heavy wonky sound that evolves and turns as it grinds. 12th Canvas will also hook those that contact him up with 320s or his work! Who could ask for more?




Latest tracks by 12th Canvas

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Enjoying a big slice of Bass with Fat Pat

Born during the great buffet of 1906, Pat is considered the prodigy when it comes to overeating. Instantly stuffing his face with dark roasted beats and heavy salted bass he shocked the world as the infant with a gluttonous appetite for anything FAT. Every year Pat would get a little bit hungrier and grow a little bit fatter until he became a ball of fleshy cottage cheese. With his never ending vortex of griminess inside of him, Pat's stomach produces thrashing flatulents that entrance spectators in its warm and wet embrace. Indulge in the experience of thick musky bass explosions and jiggling funky flab the world has grown to know as FAT PAT.



Latest tracks by fatrick

Monday, February 1, 2010

Reaper is brigning you audio production without limits!

Reaper is here to offer you and alternative to expensive production software. With a trial version that has no limitations! They are pretty much putting you on the honer system. If you start to make money as an artist you only have to pay $225 for a full commercial license. or $60 for a discounted license! This program seems to be every bit as good as it more expensive predecessors. Below are a few reasons why.

REAPER's no-compromises 64-bit audio engine and 64-bit end-to-end signal path offer the maximum in resolution and headroom. Unlimited track counts, total routing freedom, draggable sends, beat-based audio templates, sidechain support for any plugin - REAPER gives you both power and flexibility.

REAPER doesn't discriminate against MIDI. You can freely mix audio and MIDI routing, even within a single track. REAPER's parameter modulation allows you to creatively sidechain midi and audio: drive your synth's cutoff filter with an audio signal, or create midi triggers with an audio gate. You can even script your own JS MIDI processing plug-ins and customized game controller-to-MIDI support!

Everything You Need
REAPER includes over a dozen top-quality 64-bit ReaPlugs, the celebrated Elastique 2 real-time pitch-shifting engine, full REX support, and literally hundreds of user-programmable effects. Run almost any VST, DX, or AU (OSX only) plug-in, or use the included JS audio and MIDI plug-in scripting engine to create your own.

Nothing You Don't
REAPER's 4MB download is smaller than some web pages. It contains no multi-gigabyte library of someone else's music, no crippled evaluation versions of a bunch of software somebody paid us to package, no arbitrary hardware or software restrictions and absolutely no invasive copy protection system.

Drink Me
Download the full, uncrippled, unexpiring evaluation version of REAPER, and give it a test drive. If it suits you, you'll need a license.

For more info check out here site.


Friday, January 29, 2010

How to dance to Bass music

For those of you that are not 100% sure on how to get down with a creepy 6 foot bear.

The shake down.

I only posted this because I was told it is a hoax. If not then we are bad people for laughing. Or at least I am.

I guess this proves that just about anything will work! P.S. the end is just wrong!

This little french girl is way better than you!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

On the grind with Dubba Jonny

This is a hard working duo! I would tell you all about them but they do such a good job at doing it them self's, I don't have to. :)

We will play ANYWHERE from your bathroom to your mates underground rave, to your local club. If there is a roof, walls and people, we will play. For no pay. Don't be shy, click the CONTACT us!
Tour begins in early July. We will start posting live demo videos, mixes and booked dates real soon. Make this happen, if you like Dubstep and have any friends at all, hit that contact button.

Dubba Jonny is a Bournemouth based 2 man Dubstep operation, consisting of producer Brian (also known as 'Kuvah' of Duke & Kuvah) and drummer Nick. Shows are in the pipeline, mixing live Dj'ing, synth and sampling with live drumming for an extra explosive set. We can pretty much set up and play anywhere, so if you want to book us for anything from a club night to a house party, hit the contact button!

Dubba Jonny likes to remix. So if you like Dubstep and want us to destroy your song then we'll be happy to sort you out! We are also on a lookout for session vocalists/MC's for our forthcoming EP, collabs and to help us out on live shows. Don't be shy!

Lots of stuff coming soon, so watch this space...



Latest tracks by dubba jonny


Monday, January 25, 2010

Scratch Perverts

This is just... So, great!

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Moving through the Electro Bass with RuNRiOT

RuN RiOT has only been in existence since January 2009, but since then the man behind the name, Tom Young, has set up his own label and invaded the festival circuit.

The 24 year old producer released his debut 4 track EP named 'Charge' in May 2009. It reaching no.2 in the eMusic Breaks Chart, MIXMAG called it a "Barnstoring EP".

RuN RiOT is rapidly gaining fans through his powerful and energetic live shows. Working his way through the ranks, The Breakspoll Awards are also around the corner and RuN RiOT is hoping to be nominated for Breakthrough Producer & Best Remix. If you feel he deserves this, take a minute and give a vote http://www.breakspoll.com/vote.asp. I am sure it would be greatly appreciated! RuN RiOT was nice enough to make a track available for download. Double 99 'RIP Groove' (RuN RiOT Remix)

After bursting onto the Breaks scene 6 months ago with his critically acclaimed debut EP, RuN RiOT's follow-up release 'Take My Hand' is the 24 year old producer's second release on We Are Live Records. An moody vocal track, full of dynamics, tough beats and trance leads.

Artist: RuN RiOT
Title: Take My Hand EP
Label: We Are Live [WAL03]
Release Date: 25th January 2010
Format: Digital
Genre: Breaks/House
Track Listing:
1. Take My Hand [Soundcloud Link]
2. Take My Hand (Dom Almond Remix) [Soundcloud Link]
3. Take My Hand (The Beatmonkeys Remix) [Soundcloud Link]
4. Take My Hand (RuN RiOT Remix) [Soundcloud Link]

Remixes come courtesy of The Beatmonkeys - fresh from their Mixmag 'Single of the month', and Dom Almond - another of Breaks' most exciting prospects. Together with an infectious House workout from RuN RiOT himself this EP is packed with energy.





Latest tracks by OfficialRuNRiOT

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Beating on a Jeep with Julian Smith

Julian Smith makes his living as a YouTuber, freelance director and musician. In this video that he has put together, he’s created a techno track using only the actual sounds from a Jeep. He’s got 5 people operating the various bits and pieces, someone working a boom mic, and someone dedicated to mixing the whole thing live. Everyone started rehearsing their parts 2 weeks before the shot. It took 7 hours of filming to get a solid take. This is pretty f@%kin cool!

check out more of Julian Smith Productions here.





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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Getting ready for paistyboy

Get ready for Ben Swanwick A.K.A. "paistyboy". I have a feeling paistyboy will be crushing it in the Bass scene one day! keep your eyes open for this kid. From what I have seen so far. I have a feeling there will be only good things to come.

Now a few words from paistyboy. Hi I'm a 16 year old producer living in Hertfordshire, Britain. Says paistyboy. I've always been into music since I was very young and have always been interested in the music making process. I am a classically bassoon player and have been forced to take part in music for the whole of my life.
I started producing music around 2007/2008 and have advanced a-lot since then due to many an hour spent laboring in front of a computer screen.




Latest tracks by paistyboy

Sunday, January 17, 2010



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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Bringing the Bass in Miami with Methodus & somejerk

"Digital Felon Back to Back Sessions Volume 1" mixed by Methodus & somejerk. This is how they do Dubstep in Miami. Notice the Bass...

You can check out some of their other work and projects here.




Digital Felon Back to Back Sessions Vol 1 ft Methodus & somejerk by digitalfelon

Track List:
Lea Luna – leaving for Mars (B. Rich remix)
Datsik & 12th Planet – Texx Mars [SMOG]
Datsik – Gizmo [Basshead Music]
12th Planet – 68 [SMOG]
Jinder – Youthblood (12th Planet & Flinch remix)
J. Rabbit – Chernobyl Tea Party
John Legend – Heartbreaker (12th Planet remix)
Faithless – Sun To Me (Emalkay remix)
Rico Tubbs – Gangstas (Tes La Rok remix)
Jakes – Rock the Bells
Selfsimilar – 1st Degree (VIP mix)
Crookers – Business Man (DZ remix)
Emalkay – When I Look At You (Sduk remix)
Datsik – 3 Fist Style [Basshead Music]
Borgore – Foes VIP
Matt U – Whyle the Fuck Out
The Builder – 30hz Legend
Tomba – Hebrew Hammer
Stagga – Time Warp Dub (Akira Kiteshi remix)
DZ – Just Rollin (Akira Kiteshi remix)
La Roux – Tigerlilly (B. Rich remix)
B. Rich ft. Reese – Make Me Want To Dance (J Rabbit remix)
The Prodigy – Warriors Dance (Benga remix)
Mayhem – Get Buck
Distance – Clockwork (edit)
The Builder – Balls Out
Alix Perez ft.Truth & Lynx – No Grudge
2562 – Channel Two

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Banging through the night with the Knight Riderz

Welcome Knight Riderz strait out of Canada these two make a perfect example of what a Multi Genre Bass Music producer is. They have everything drums that bang, melodies that romance, and synths that rip your senses into new dimensions. Knight Riderz have a heavy harmonic flavor all their own. With backgrounds in Reggae, Hip Hop, Metal, and Classical music there is literally no confines or rules to their output. I recommend you keep an eye out for theses two. I have a feeling they will be doing big things!

For bookings, contact, and remix requests:




Latest tracks by Knight Riderz

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Brazilan Bass by Negativz

Ever wonder what bass music is like in other places? Let me introduce you to Rodrigo Senna A.K.A "Negativz" a 28 year old DJ from Brasilia, Brazil. He has been playing since 2005, but had to stop for health and other reasons, now he is back and deep in the Bass scene in Brazil. This man is has definitely been pushing bass below the equator and he has many mixes to prove it. check them out. and for more information on Negativz check out his links.





Latest tracks by Negativz

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Create somthing in Bb 2.0

If you have any interest in music what so ever you must see this! Just click on the image or right here "http://www.inbflat.net/" to go to the site.

In Bb 2.0
is a collaborative music and spoken word project conceived by Darren Solomon from Science for Girls, and developed with contributions from users.
The videos can be played simultaneously -- the soundtracks will work together, and the mix can be adjusted with the individual volume sliders.
Learn more in the FAQ.