[Drum & Bass] Netsky Vs Metrik – Can’t Speak (Ft. Stealth)

Netsky Vs Metrik

  2014 has been quite the massive year for Metrik. Between his wildly popular remix of Gorgon City’s “Unmissable” and his ridiculously diverse Universal Language album, this musician has suddenly become one of DnB’s prime time producers – and for those of you that thought he would just quietly cruise into 2015 from here on […]

[ELECTRO/HOUSE] Hans Van Biets – “We Don’t Sleep”

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  Podcasts. These have become the radio of our generation, how we hear new music and how DJ’s keep us up to date on what they’re listening to and what they’re up to in the studio. A lot of work goes into song selection and the part I love most about it is the recognition […]

[Dubstep] Dodge & Fuski Vs Barely Alive – Poison

Dodge & Fuski Vs Barely Alive

  Back in 2010/2011, it would have been very difficult to locate a dubstep act making half the impact of Dodge & Fuski. However, during the past couple years, these pioneers of ballistic bass music have dedicated most of their efforts to producing glitch hop – that was, until recently. Now functioning as a one […]

[Dubstep] Tygris – Lyra (T-Mass Remix)

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  With riddim being all the rage on the dubstep scene right now, we are often quick to forget just how marvelous well-crafted melodic dubstep can be. This bass music subgenre has definitely flourished over the past few years behind names like Adventure Club & Seven Lions. Having said that, it would be utterly impossible […]

[FESTIVAL RECAP] TomorrowWorld: Yesterday is History, But We’re Shaping Tomorrow’s Mystery

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  Last weekend, the American festival season celebrated its finale at TomorrowWorld. As expected, it went out with a bang. A year ago, I attended TomorrowWorld for one fateful day at its inaugural US debut as a newcomer to the electronic music scene. I was blown away. It was on those Georgia grounds I was […]

[Dubstep] Xilent – Falling Apart II (Ft. Grimm)

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  Anybody who remotely knows electronic dance music, knows that Xilent is one of the most insanely talented musicians on the planet. Trust me, there are very few names in this industry that command the same amount of respect that this guy does. With acclaimed EP’s like Choose Me and Touch Sound in his rear […]

[FESTIVAL PREVIEW] TomorrowWorld 2014 Playlist: This Year’s Must See Artists

[FESTIVAL PREVIEW] TomorrowWorld 2014 Playlist: This Year's Must See Artists

  In just three days, thousands of people will flock once again to Chattahoochee, Georgia for the second installment of TomorrowWorld. After a successful first run, the Belgian-born spin-off of the illustrious Tomorrowland promises even bigger and better things to come this year. Between the larger-than-life 400-ft volcano stage, overnight-star Kygo replacing Avicii on the […]

[Dubstep] MUST DIE! – Gem Shards

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  I think I speak for all loyal MUST DIE! minions when I say, September 30th literally couldn’t come soon enough. In the last couple years alone, this producer has steadily progressed from being a promising up-and-comer to bass music’s gold standard. His influence is now so widespread that other aspiring musicians will intentionally replicate […]

[Dubstep] Au5 – Snowblind (Ft. Tasha Baxter)

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  Just like the majority of EDM bloggers (at least the ones I’ve met), I do my best not to put too much stake into the Beatport Top 100 charts. However, when a musician manages to hold down a #1 position for almost a full month, there is usually a damn good reason for all […]

[Dubstep] Wobad – Game Of Wonks EP

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  Had Habstrakt & Megalodon not put out The Storm EP just last week, Wobad’s Game of Wonks EP would be the clear cut #1 contender for dubstep EP of the year. For you individuals that prefer your bass music extra heavy – and with a proper twist of grime – Octane Audio should become […]

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