For this weeks #TBT segment I thought I delve back through the years and pick some of my top Dubstep tunes from the years gone by!
Kicking things off with Zeds Deads remix of the Moody Blues ‘Knights In White Satin’, the Canadian duo skilfully intersected the more poignant and iconic sections and lyrics of the original with a chorus of deep bass and a punching drum beat all built up together with some serious drops.
Next up is Skreams magical, genre defining, master class in Dubstep production ‘Dutch Flowers’. Proper Dubstep, just how it should be!
Every Dubstep fans dirty little secret, the track that no one would ever admit at a basement rave to loving but would probably go home and sing and skank the fvck out to afterwards! YOU ARE MY CINEEMMAAAAA. I’ll admit, I love it!
Pure filth from Israeli producer Shekel. ‘You Can’t Spell Laughter Without Slaughter’ is a high pitched, screaming-synth fest imbued with a thunderous sub bass line that physically assaults your 15’s!
And we wrap up the ensemble with Emalkays immacualtly produced genre classic ‘When I Look At You’. With its high pitched synths and cavernous, reverbing bass, the track catapulted Emalkay to the forefront of UK Dubstep production and cemented his place in the genre.
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