DJ Snake- Propaganda (JAUZ Remix)

A typically raucous release from bass house/new-age Brostep pioneer Jauz. Debuted at EDC Las Vegas, this remix ups the tempo of DJ Snake’s original, producing a far more aggressive beat which compliments the insanity Jauz has a penchant for. Having already stunned main stages the world over, and with a collab with Tiesto in the … Continue reading

Knife Party – PLUR Police (Jauz Remix)

An essential remix from new dubstep and bass maestro Jauz. Having been debuted in the last month, this remix has been officially unleashed as a part of Knife Party’s ‘Trigger Warning’ EP. Expect rip-roaring bass, metallic synths, and a humorous vocal track, all of which are ironically reminiscent of Knife Party’s earlier (and some say … Continue reading

YOGI – SIRI Feat. Elliphant & Pusha T

Yogi’s back again with Pusha T, and is this time joined by Swedish MC Elliphant. After the massive success of Skrillex collab ‘Burial’, ‘SIRI’ sees Yogi produce something similarly rampant and vicious. Combining fragmented dubstep with an alternative hip-hop beat, Yogi has managed to create a sound that has been seldom seen before – this … Continue reading

YOGI & Skrillex – BURIAL Feat Pusha T, Trollphace & Moody Good

Premiered by Zane Lowe on Apple’s newly birthed Beats 1 Radio, ‘Burial’ is an absolute monster. The track, a Skrillex rework of Yogi’s original effort, is an insolent beast that sees the former return to his obnoxious best with the help of rapper and recent-collaborator Pusha T. The mix of trap, hip-hop and a hint … Continue reading

Adventure Club – Fade feat. Zak Waters

As always, amazing work from Adventure Club! Pulsing synths combine with Zak Waters’ intense vocals to create something special. Though dubstep, this track is more reminiscent of the duo’s previous single, ‘Wonder’, rather than their older, heavier work. That said, it packs a real punch, and should not leave hardcore fans disappointed.

Knife Party – Resistance

The new single from Knife Party’s debut album, ‘Abandon Ship’. As is typical of Knife Party, ‘Resistance’ starts off at a lightening pace, giving an instantly recognisable combo of thumping bass and a teasing hook, eventually building tension, before erupting into an absolute monster. This may be brutish, filthy, and quite crass, but boy is it effective. … Continue reading