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Revisit Skream’s first Essential Mix on its 10th anniversary

On June 17, 2007, Skream took over the Essential mix at age 21 to introduce the world to dubstep in its purest form.

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Revisit Skream’s first Essential Mix on its 10th anniversary

On June 17, 2007, Skream took over the Essential mix at age 21 to introduce the world to dubstep in its purest form.

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This Skream mix from 2005 is a compelling look at dubstep’s early days [Stream]

This Skream mix from 2005 is both a great listen and an interesting counterpoint to the modern dubstep climate.

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CRSSD Reveals Phase I Of Their Spring Lineup

Since 2015, CRSSD has taken home to San Diego’s Waterfront Park for many unforgettable weekends of fun under the sun. From Fall to Spring, CRSSD has brought an eclectic range of artists, food, and people to celebrate music, culture, and of course good times. Now, CRSSD has announced their plan to return to the beach […]

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Jamie Jones announces Paradise at The BPM Festival 2017

Hot Creations co-founder Jamie Jones announced he will be bringing his iconic Paradise party to the beaches of Playa Del Carmen for BPM Festival 2017.

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Jamie Jones announces Paradise at BPM Festival 2017

Hot Creations co-founder Jamie Jones announced he will be bringing his iconic Paradise party to the beaches of Playa Del Carmen for BPM Festival 2017.

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Boys Noize – Euphoria (Skream Remix)

Two legends show us how it’s done with distinct but compatible imaginings of Boys’ Noise’s ‘Euphoria.’

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Skream – Grandiose (Original Mix)

There exists a good deal of techno that encapsulates sonic nightmares. Piercing, menacing, and unrelenting, it’s Skream who has found himself reaching into these dark spaces as of late.

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The Best of CRSSD Fest 2016

CRSSD Fest afforded underground savants the opportunity to showcase their fullest potential in main stage sets and fostered a community environment, wherein like-minded talents were willing and able to join in or fill in for their compositional compatriots when appropriate or necessary.

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Skream – This Love (Original Mix)

Alongside a photo of a heart made of snow, Skream uploaded a new song, “This Love,” right after Valentine’s Day. However, with dissonant synthesis, formidable crashes, and a ubiquitous warehouse sentiment, “This Love” is far from a romantic ballad.

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Experience the ultimate FOMO with these videos from Holy Ship!

For those of us who are stuck with the FOMO, here are some of Holy Ship!’s best moments.

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Skream offers some evil techno with ‘Malefic’ [Free Download]

Skream’s latest free techno output is as sinister as its title implies.

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Tiefschwarz – Free Falling (Skream Remix)

Skream remixes Tiefschwarz’ “Free Falling.”

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New Video Explains the Evolution of Technology and DJ’s

“I remember the days when we would do delays by hand,” recalls Laidback Luke. The technology of DJ equipment has evolved with the changing times and some of the most revered disc jockeys have seen it all – from the beginning of spinning vinyl to the DJM 500 in the 90’s, we’ve come a long way. In this new 3-part documentary from Pioneer Electronics (which is a total of 16 minutes long), Laidback Luke, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Carl Cox, Roger Sanchez, DJ Shadow, Skream, and Paul Oakenfold discuss plenty of important topics about the evolution of electronic music and how technology

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Skream goes warehouse techno: ‘It’s not for the faint-hearted’

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Skream’s newest track is a full on warehouse techno affair, and “it’s not for the faint-hearted.”

Skream goes warehouse techno: ‘It’s not for the faint-hearted’ was posted by Michael Sundius, and appeared first on Dancing Astronaut.

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Mark Jenkyns feat. MC Chickaboo – On Me (Skream Remix)

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Skream returns to Hot Creations to take on Mark Jenkyns.

Mark Jenkyns feat. MC Chickaboo – On Me (Skream Remix) was posted by Aaron Berecz, and appeared first on Dancing Astronaut.

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Skream – Still Lemonade

I usually try to dig deeper than the front page of Beatport when scouting for tracks, but sometimes you can’t resist. Skream has been one of the most prestigious artists in dance music. He’d unquestionably be on the dubstep Mt. Rushmore as one of the genres chief innovators and he’s had one of the most successful rebrandings in the industry as he effortlessly switched his productions to house music. Finding a new home on Damian Lazarus’ prolific Crosstown Rebels label, Skream is elevating his sound yet again and its just keeps getting better. Skream’s first couple entries into the house

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Skream and Benga: Together Again

Through a series of tweets, Skream announced that he will be reuniting with his “brother from another mother,” the one and only Benga.  This comes a year after the two, who introduced dubstep to the masses, announced they were pretty much over it. Catch them together tonight in London at XOYO for a stellar lineup […]

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Zeds Dead Goes On A Coffee Break With Skream & Baauer

Apologies to the caffeine purists out there, there’s no coffee at all in this episode of Coffee Breaks. What there is, though, is booze, and lots of it. When our … Continue reading

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Skream Announces Plans for Third Studio Album on New Record Label

It’s always risky when a popular artist decides to switch genres completely, taking a complete new turn of direction. Skream has proven his worth in the switch from dubstep to the almost exact opposite of nu-disco, house vibes. The producer’s hard work is being rewarded with signing to a new record label and plans for a new album. Skream has officially signed with the label Crosstown Rebels where he will release his third studio album, set to be released later this year. He took to Mixmag to explain the direction his new music is headed, Still Lemonade’ was the first

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