Last week I had the chance to sit down with MOTi to talk about what he’s been up to recently. What was originally intended to be a short conversation about his latest releases turned into a long and stimulating interview about all things music. Not onl…
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With the rise of the more simplistic and repetitive aspects of bass music over the last year, the genre of dubstep is becoming flooded with massive amounts of new talent. Every day it seems that a bedroom producer from any city across the world is being discovered and thrown into the spotlight by label heads.
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In a day and age when dubstep is thriving more than ever, fans are always looking for the newest original sound to headbang their hearts out to. While huge names like Skrillex, Zomboy, and Datsik, dominate bass music, many fans complain that live dub sets have become somewhat predictable in the last two years. A style that is being adopted by artists like Getter, Spag Heddy, and Virtual Riot, take up the majority of bass music that gets played out, and while it creates for very energetic experiences for fans, for seasoned dub veterans it can get old fast. One artist who has been defying
Since releasing his “These Things Happen” album, G-Eazy has been pretty busy. After collaborating with MMG top dog, Rick Ross, he drops more music with MMG members. “Say” features French … Continue reading →
It’s been nearly 6 months since we’ve heard anything new from Eptic. His music has always been top notch. His style centers around traditional dubstep roots and I like it that way. Eptic has a good handle on bass music and he continues to gain more and more fans. “Brainstorm” is a song based on […]
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