Sunday, November 29, 2009


Dan and I are chillin' at my place, listening to some jams as the winter winds ripple through the GL on a Victorious Vikings Sunday. We've started to feel with increased excitement how dub-step/dub/wobbly bass beats/insert your favorite term here are taking over pop and soon the world. Just turn on the radio, go to your local trendy record store, or hang out in my basement and you'll probably hear some dub-step production. Recent club/house/dance djs have incorporated dubstep into their dancefloor bangers. Check these tracks and notice the range of styles producers can make with the dubstep aesthetic.

Ke$ha- Tik Tok (Skeet Skeet Remix) (Listen/DL)

Jakwob- Zuric (Advert Re-Shuffle) (Listen/DL)

Frankmusik- Confusion Girl (Jakwob Remix) (Listen/DL)

And finally, a youtube link from Dan Kagan-Kans, a dude who knows more about dubstep than anyone I know.

Four Tet - Love Cry (Joy Orbison Remix)

Mitch and Dan

1 comment:

dan said...

props on hudson mohawke.check Rising 5, which kind of sounds like this hip hopy stuff, the most interesting thing I've heard in a while: