Attention sub stompers and low end listeners the Dubstep don’s by the name of Truth are getting ready to release their full length album entitled Hollow World. The 14 track album, filled through and through with their signature sound across the BPM spectrum, is set to release June 10th on Firepower Records and is sure to do numbers.
The two hailing from New Zealand are some of the most productive and consistent producers in all of bass music, and from the sounds of these previews, they haven’t held back a bit. They’ve collaborated with many different artists and have kept it fresh throughout this deep sub-bass experience by implementing the grimey sounds of Joker and the precisely rhythmic vocals of MC Flowdan to name a few.
Listen through to each of these tracks and take in fresh sounds these two talented guys have provided, and get set to grab it June 10th!
Orlando, FL, dubstep heavyweight Bryzergold is bringing the deep eerie vibes with this one! Launch is his new track that’s being released FOR FREE through Sub-Bass Productions. This song has got classic Bryzergold wobble that’s captivated people form the South East, all the way to South London, only this time Bryzergold has got a sub line that really carries the weight of this heavy tune, Launch. I’m loving the sound he’s crafted with this tune and the hard work he’s been putting into the Orlando scene. Check out his Soundcloud for more free downloads, mixes, and previews of what’s to come from the young producer! Big ups!
Yessss! I absolutely love coming across producers from the states that have crisp production in the deep dubstep stylie. Skriptah hailing from San Fran has some great sounds on his soundcloud, which you can access here. So, if you dig this stinkah go check out more of his tunes, you wont be disappointed! The tune below stuck out to me honestly because of the little reverse sound before each kick and snare. Its such a subtlety but it guides you into each hit in such a nice way. Not to mention the heavy wobs that roll throughout the song. Grab Vulgar for free below, its a big one. Big Up Skriptah and the entire US Dubstep massive!!
Hailing from the streets of London, the young producer, Detzky, made a big tune about a year ago called Datenshi, which means “Soul Eater” in English. This is a minimal dubstep track which was inspired by Skream’s remix of In For The Kill. Up until now I had not heard it…it’s definitely worth sharing, and pumping through your soundsystem…especially with such beautiful vocals from Miku Hatsune. Enjoy!
If you like deep grimey dancefloor killers, Distance is definitely an artist to mention. His grungy bass lines make one cringe and dance at the same time. This tune has such a big sound with a beautiful dark melody to it. It is set to release on Distance’s label Chestplate at some point this year, however it does not have a date yet. Check out this one as well as the tune that will be along side it on the CHST020 release!
Dubamine, a top shelf riddim creator, delivers with the purest of vibrations forming a spacey atmosphere colored by echoing and ribbed scraper percussion. Chiming with authentic flavor, Dubamine floods the floor with freshly fused ragga dub sound. Tributing to its roots and praising a master of dub creation, Dubamine, continues this fresh legacy of rootsy dub production. Cheers to any Dubamine dose, this strong substance is sure to supply ultimate satisfaction.
J. Hanna here.
This here’s a big one from UK producer Biome. The tune “Havana” is set to release along side “No Tomorrow” as well as two edits of the B side. It seems as though the actual date is not set yet but it is said to be “Coming Soon” on the label’s soundcloud. Can’t wait for this one to come out, I’m sure to bag it that day. Big up Biome for another deep banger!
Can’t believe this producer doesn’t have more people following his soundcloud. I don’t have any info on this artist, and can’t really find any on the web other than that they’re from the UK. Go follow them here if you feel inclined, and show support for this awesome musician. Check out this sick wobbly tune they just put out last month, what a nice pattern!
Biome is one of my favorite producers right now. He has such a deep dark sound that may seem quieter but is it ever bass heavy. This one is a bit more hype than his usual feel. Check out this UK producers tune entitled Back To Reality, its a dope one.
Laxx and Walsh really collaborated on a banger on this one. I just recently watched Walsh’s set on get darker and it even more cemented my love for this label. Walsh’s label Biscuit Factory Records has been putting out nothing but bangers for several years and for 2012 DO NOT sleep on them. There are going to be many great releases from Laxx and many more great dubstep artists. Laxx has released a few free 320’s so if you haven’t already, improve your selection with a few nice tunes by stopping by his soundcloud. Happy Cinco De Mayo!
The english and the belgians make great dubstep together, here is one example. This swung stinkin skanker is heavy and will get you moving your feet. Check it out and blast it loud. Happy friday!
THIS ONES A STINKAH!! Haha…seriously though…Stinkahbell went in extra hard on this one. I’d take this over Jay-Z and Kanye any day. Nuff said! The samples are hot and the wobbles are killin’ my speakers! In a good way. Okay, CHOON IN! Huge shout out to everyone in the UK coming with that next level bass music for ears worldwide.
I just found this guy on soundcloud, I instantly followed him. This guy seems to be coming up in the electronic game solely judging by his soundcloud (which honestly means nothing). He’s got a sick deep sound, and for this song I’m REALLY diggin this vibes. This Dutch producer has killed it with this smooth driving sub tune. I’m excited to keep watch on what else he has in his arsenal. Also, you can pick up his EP May 7th from Vulcan Audio! Go grab it.
Egon Brainparts of Bossasaurus (Oakland, CA) has brought us an incredibly beautiful remix of Doe Paoro’s (Brooklyn, NYC) song, Born Whole. This is some SEXY dubstep for all you bass ladies out there in the world. For some reason the intro makes me feel like I’m in Miami in 1988…then the smooth melody distracts you and carries your heart and mind away to a world ruled by clean, hard hitting drums, crisp, bubbly wobbles, and an atmosphere consisting of glitchy goodness. Egon Brainpart is just getting started this year, so keep an eye out for more tunes from him and the rest of this crew, Bossasaurus, here on GANJAOLOGY.ORG, on SOUNDCLOUD, and through their BANDCAMP.
Peace and Bass XXX
Kahn and Neek need to release this tune. Straight up. Such a nice vibe, and a crazy sound. Below is another smooth and melodic tune by Kahn. Check em both! Biggin up Kahn and Neek! Shutup every soundboy!
These guys are sick. I first heard them about six months ago when Dream tweeted about their free EP that they had released. Their track “Defate” first introduced me to their signature heavy sound. Then while watching an episode of Get Darker TV I watched them spin a very energetic, fun, heavy set and I was instantly hooked. Their track “Bad Habbit” is set to release of off Benga’s new label cleverly named Benga Beats, and its a big one. Bad Habbit has been smashing dance floors and and booming over the english radio, now it’s ready to bless the public! Check out this tune:
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If you’ve ever read any of my other posts you’d know that I’m a promoter of anyone who sticks close to the garage/dubstep feel that originated out of England. Although these guys are fellow Yankees, they keep the dark dubstep feel and have a great unique sound. This swung banger is sure to get any head boppin and has these weird stabs that provide a dark heavy sound. Biggin up Megalodon on this big tune, Check IT!
Cleveland creates talent. It might not KEEP talent, but it does indeed create it. That is going to be lesson of the year. Banditz have produced yet another speaker blowing tune. This time however, it’s a remix Tezo’s (Cleveland’s hottest up and coming rap artist) Ted Dibiase. For those of you who don’t know who Ted Dibiase is, he is the WWE superstar (from the 90’s) who goes by the name “The Million Dollar Man”. How could you not want to be Ted Dibiase? With the exception of Paradise, none of Banditz other tracks feature a vocals as a prevelant part of their songs. I must say…I really like the change of pace with this song. The swung beat with Tezo’s energy on top of the track leaves you in a blissful state for a couple minutes. They put in a lot of work on this remix, and it really shows. It seems they really might be learning a few things at school! THEY BE STUNTIN! STUNTIN! STUNTIN! STUNTIN! This track goes hard. Bump it and show Banditz and Tezo some love!