And, one of my favorite blogs got its hands on it before it could be pulled off the internet. Listen to the track on Pinboardblog.
rants, raves & random posts
More likely than not, you’ve heard the term “dubstep” around the net space. It’s a genre of music that has its roots in the bass heavy beats of drum and bass (D&B) and, even earlier, Jamaican dub music. Stimulating eardrums of adventurous listeners, music lovers and youth on all sorts of hallucinogens, dubstep has grown beyond the original spinners, Benga, Skream and Kode 9 among others, to pervade the electronic scene. “Dupstep Mania” includes only a light medley of dubstep. Some of the stuff out there is wild–too crazy even for my ears, i.e. La Roux’s “In For The Kill” (Skrillex Remix). I collected a few tasteful dubstep mixes below and threw in a couple ambient/intelligent dance music (IDM) tracks. Happy downloading!
Thanks to Google, I searched my way to the answer to “WTH is Janelle Monae singing in no. 8?!” You know, because she seems quite far from a Satanist. Still, “Neon Gumbo” from Archandroid is eerily beautiful and is reversed below. Love it. Happy listening!
Until I can find a quality program to feed my playlist through, I have to settle with providing you with a list and places you can either download or (shocker!) pay for the tracks. This one’s mostly R&B and reggae–Erykah Badu, Janelle Monae, Lauryn Hill, Tanya Stephens, Robin Thicke and some Major Lazer mixes. Enjoy!
“I Poke Her Face” and “She Came Along” has been circulating all over the blogworld. “Dat Kid From Cleveland” in complete is now available … Get it here
Frankly, I had higher expectations. But “Buggin Out 2009” is worth its time…thanks to Consequence. Unfortunately for him,the featured artists outshine Cudi.
Still, check it out…
My favorite is still Crooker’s remix to Day ‘n’ Nite. (Won Beatport’s best Indie Dance / Nu Disco Track award)