Hey everyone, Davie here, hope you’re all doing well! I know its been a while since we’ve had a TDT post come around but Bass Head recently sent me 6 dubstep tracks to listen to and essentially review for you all here. I’m not the heaviest and most true to form dub head there is but I will do my best as I believe that respecting all tastes and styles of music is essential. I wish I could provide you with some more information about everything, but I’ll let the tracks speak for themselves. From some dark and simplistic dubstep to hard-hitting driving wobbles, this post will be sure to satisfy.
#1. This one definitely has the most vocals out of any track that I’ll be reviewing here today and just so happens to have one of the rawest drops out of any of the tracks today. It’s fucking filthy. I can’t say anymore, hit play let that shit hit you in the face. DnB artist Jayden killed it with this one. My favorite today. Maybe mostly because the vocalist keeps asking me “Are You Feeling Me?”
Are You Feeling Me - Jaydan
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#2. Definitely my next favorite track of the selection right here. Talk about fucking dubstep, this is about as real as it gets in my opinion. This isn’t bro-step, this isn’t what you’ll hear on the radio, this is what you would hear if you were looking to hear REAL dubstep. A remix coming from 6Blocc of 50 Carrot‘s 3rd Bass will not disappoint you true dubheads out there. I really, really, enjoy this one. Lots of build, lots of raw as f*** dubstep and a good sample break right in the middle of the track. Enjoy.
3rd Bass (6Blocc Remix) - 50 Carrot
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#3. This one is definitely more melodic than the first, with piano arpeggios softly running through the background that is soon accompanied by satisfying dubstep wubwubwuwwubwuwuwbwubub. I like this one a lot, has a lot of potential and is a great listen. Enjoy. Sleaf is signed to TDM Records, and this was his first release on their record label.
Autumns Coma - Sleaf
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#4. This next track is called Higher Heights coming from Ted-E. Gotta say that I enjoy this one too, besides the fact that it threw me a curveball with it’s mellow feel and reggae beats. Definitely a great listen and a definite download. I’d be somewhat more inclined to say this isn’t really dubstep but rather maybe drum n bass. But who knows, not me.
Higher Heights - Ted-E
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#5. A track coming from a group called Distinction called Fly Eyes. Honestly, couldn’t be more of an accurate titile. With a synth that drives the track that resembles the sound of an annoying fly followed by a simple beat and dubstep sound that will be sure to get your mind a tickin’. Not for the faint of dubstep heart.
Fly Eyes - Distinction
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#6. Not much for me to say about this track, but that in my opinion this is one of the ones that I would probably pass right through on my search for a song to play in the car. Good beat and melodies and dubstep but sounds pretty similar throughout the song. But if you’re high as a kite, then this might be just what you’re looking for. Has a few drops throughout and small builds that definitely fall within the guidelines of what it takes to be a song, but I think thats about it.
Good Stuff - Dee:See
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