I realized that most of my “Dave’s Faves” posts have been mostly really dark, evil dubstep; so I decided to make a post specifically for Dubstep grime. The following three songs are not for the faint of heart. Turn up your speakers!
Let’s start with the king of grime: FuntCase. This is an extremely violent … continue reading
On March 13, OWSLA, the record label for many of today’s biggest and most progressive names (Skrillex, Zedd, Porter Robinson) released a “free treat” to the public. This free treat can be found here. Below are 4 of my favorite songs from this collection of 19 amazing songs.
I’ve got quite a diverse group of songs for you guys. From pure dubstep grime to upbeat, happy house.
Let’s start with what is probably going to be one of the biggest and most popular songs this summer. Porter Robinson’s talent cannot be disputed and this song solidifies his position as one of the leaders … continue reading
This is a new song by one of our favorite duos in EDM, Knife Party. I love the synth right after the “centipede” sample. This song facilitates that Knife Party is one of my favorite artists at the moment.
For all of you who don’t like dubstep: too bad. I have been in a very aggressive, dark dubstep mood recently. Here are some of my newest discoveries (most are actually quite old). Get ready, these are MASSIVE!
This is the newest song on this installment of Dave’s Faves, however it is still a few … continue reading
So I was going through some of my old music (like really old) and I stumbled across this little jewel called “In the Death Car” by 16bit. I’d never heard it before, and I don’t really know how I’ve lived without hearing it. 16bit was bringing so much to the table even back in the … continue reading
Adroa Is an artist gaining huge recognition from possibly my favorite record label; Rottun. Rottun puts out amazing artists like Datsik, Excision, Ajapai, Liquid Stranger, Downlink, and Mark Instinct (who we might be having an interview for quite soon). Given Rottun’s flawless background, you’ve got to know that they picked up Adroa for a good … continue reading