Dubstep has evolved. Deep from inside the shaking underground raves around the UK in the early 2000’s, only the few exposed to it could predicted its uprising. While Trance is alive and well (unfortunately) its being rapidly over-taken and over shadowed by a greater, more aggressive sporadic force of wobbles and half time drums. Dubstep is the new black and many dj’s cannot find themselves not influenced by it. I mean for fucks sake even Deadmau5 jumped on the bandwagon (A good thing). Why is it so popular? There is something very honest to its aggressiveness, genuine in its heaviness and similar in its intensity to heavier genres like Rock and Heavy Metal. I am starting to think the British are the nicest people in the world for the only reason that they bottle up their emotions and save it for when they make amazing music. Thats how Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin did it, and with dj’s being the new rockstars, why would dubstep be any different?

With listening to dubstep dj/producers of the like of Rusko, Skrillex, Flux Pavilion and Bassnectar, out powering their heavy sound is no simple task. And this massive track below proves that Butch Clancy is no simple dj either. Sampling the Welsh singer Shirley Bassey’s Diamods are forever, Butch Clancy (if he had a wrestling name it would obviously be “The dubstep Butcher”) slaughters the original and layers it with the most seductive bass we’ve heard in a while. Impressive.

Shirley Bassey – Diamonds Are Forever (Butch Clancy Remix).mp3

’Shirley Bassey Diamonds Are Forever (Butch Clancy Remix).mp3′

[Via givequicheachance.com (Awesome music blog)]

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