[Dubstep] RUVLO – Chaos EP

New York bass producer RUVLO has dropped his debut EP Chaos on Kannibalen Records. With three track RUVLO takes the next step in his career and further establishes himself as one of dubstep’s gems.

Chaos begins with the AfterMyFall featured “Chaos In The Confines” that is a hard-hitting headbanger hit. Next RUVLO takes the energy even further alongside CRANKDAT for the party anthem “Rage Cage” that is just as heavy as you think it is. Lastly RUVLO shines on his own with the weird and wonky “Giant Spider Invasion.” Overall it’s a strong debut that sets the stage for the next part of RUVLO’s burgeoning career.

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[Dubstep] Brondo – Concrete Jungle LP

The bass jungle beast Brondo has graced 2022 with his second album Concrete Jungle. Released independently this 12-track project is a full on barrage of bass with several dubstep records and handful of records that see Brondo flex his creative abilities.

It’s not often you see dubstep albums, but Brondo’s second foray into LP territory is strong. Standouts on the album include “The King” and the house heater “Tonka” which may be our favorite song on the project. Brondo’s gritty distortion is on full display throughout the LP that is well worth the listen through.

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[Dubstep/Trap] Kai Wachi – SKINS EP

Kai Wachi. That should be enough to get you interested, but if you need more convincing about one of dubstep’s finest you’ll be interested to find out about his astonishing 8-track SKINS EP on Kannibalen Records. Ever since his single “Run” his fans have dubbed his melodic, more emotional side as “Cry Wachi” and now the Boise beast has doubled down with his first fully fledged project exploring that side of his creatitivity.

For starters Kai Wachi enlists some truly phenomenal vocalists including RUNN, Lexi Norton, Nina Sung, SOUNDR, YMIR, Calivania and TeZATalks. Each bring their own unique flavor to a project that is a wild ride from start to finish. Most of the songs are standouts which showcases Kai Wachi’s hitmaking ability – one that blends musicality with ear-shattering distortion that nobody can seem to get enough of. His ability to develop a song from start to finish is masterful, while many producers sit by and copy/paste their drops. Kai Wachi has always been a producer to keep an eye on, but now he seems to be hitting a stride that can take him to the very top of the game.

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[Future Bass] KANA-BOON – Silhouette (Tokyo Machine Remix)

Sony Music Asia has a new endeavor that is proving to be quite the cultural powerhouse. Sakura Chill Beats is Sony’s new Youtube channel where they are highlighting talent from across the world by giving them the exclusive opportunity to officially remix some of anime’s biggest hit theme songs. Their latest is from Tokyo Machine, who took on KANA-BOON’s hit song “Silhouette” which is the theme for the internationally acclaimed Naruto.

Tokyo Machine delivers a smash hit of a remix that certainly lives up to the legendary status of the original song. We totally understand that music in another language can be hard for some to enjoy, but Tokyo Machine really did a number on this one and created something that sounds so fun that it’s hard not to enjoy. So go on ahead and drop this one into your gaming, driving, partying or whatever other kind of playlists that you got rolling.

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[Dubstep] Birthdayy Partyy – The Summit

Birthdayy Partyy are usually known for their electro and bass house inspired records, but today they went all out dub. Other than a couple of previous dubstep records, we haven’t had much in this style from the Chicago twins and as of now we’re aching for more of it.

“The Summit” is an inspiring bass original that takes a melodic approach to the genre in a similar vein as Adventure Club and Fox Stevenson. By infusing more musical elements and not simply focusing on aggressive sound design, Birthdayy Partyy took “The Summit” as high as it could go. As always, this BP release has dropped as a free download for anyone who is holding out on streaming.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 312)

Aaaand we’re back with another Friday Party Playlist! Was it just us, or did this week fly by? Whether or not it went by quickly or not, the weekend is here and it’s time to shed all your work/school worries and focus on recharging those batteries. This week we’ve got another dozen free downloads for you to help your weekend be the best weekend it can be. Works this time around come to us from Aylen, Kedzie, ATLAST, THIEVES, WHIPPED CREAM X BISHU, A Boy & A Girl and many more talented folks including Prince Fox, albeit under his brand new side project Julien Tranq. Enjoy them, and whatever you get yourself into this weekend, be safe!

’Black Mountain – Mothers Of The Sun (Haffenfold Awake Mix)’
’Aylen – Systems’
’FISHER
Losing It (Julien Tranq Edit)’
’Vitto AshFord – Obsessed (feat. Melissa Lori)’
’Jvna – Crashing’
’Kedzie – EvilWave Ft. Micah Martin’
’Swedish House Mafia – Greyhound (ATLAST Remix)’
’Party Favor & Baauer – MDR (THIEVES REMIX)’
’CHOP SUEY! (WHIPPED CREAM X BISHU REMIX)’
’Erotic Cafe’ – GEOBLOCKD’
’Teminite & Whales – Mayhem’
’A Boy & A Girl – Blast ‘Em’
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[Dubstep] Trivecta – Standing At The Edge

Trivecta
Standing At The Edge

Tampa’s Trivecta is following up his epic collaboration with Seven Lions and Wooli with “Standing At The Edge.” His hybrid dubstep hit fuses gargantuan wobbles with soaring synths for a massive track that is sure to destroy festival season this year.

“Standing At The Edge” originally began as a ghost produced track that Trivecta was making for someone else, but we understand why he held on to it for himself. Since its conception it’s been through various forms, but the one that Trivecta has settled on feels like an instant classic. Make sure to check out Trivecta while he’s on tour with Dabin and you just might here this one live!

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