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Dubstep rave from Reso, including a remix from Vent. Reso's original stomps and wobbles like a fat man who's just dropped his last pastie in a puddle. Vent's remix works with a crafty swing approaching neurofunk D'n'B.
Unparalleled brostep from Borgore. 'Birthday and the Black November' pulls off his quiet/loud trick with a contrast between moody blue piano keys and metallic tearout synths liable to cut ya, while 'Ambient Dub Shit' wheels out the melodica for a nutty skankers joint. Fans of 16bit and Rusko need to check this!
16Bit make a brutalist dubstep rave comment on the current pandemic with 'Swine Flu' backed with 'What Time Is It'. The A-side fires up an infectious metallic riff in halfstep mode while the flip concocts a sort of scuzzy Bassline meets hard house variant that should go down a treat with youngers bunged to the knuckles on methadrone. For fans of Bar 9 and Borgore etc.
Two dubstep rave beasts from the Audio Phreaks camp. Both cuts are designed to inflict maximum damage on packed raves, carving up monstrous serrated edge synthlines and D'n'B debted beats on 'Hex', and dealing out dramatic mosh-step rhythms on 'Heaven and Hell'. Wild as fook.
Audio Phreaks star Bar 9 rounds up his slew of rave mashing singles for the label for a debut album of sorts, packed with enough tearout midrange sythlines to give your goldfish the sh*ts. All your favourite's are here, from the mellow-but-horrid 'Shaolin Style', to the epic 'Pussyhole', the anthemic 'Murda Sound', 'Bakin' Bread' and ten more tracks for those what like to skank out with their blanks out.
Dubstep ravers rejoice! Your prayers have been answered in the form of Bar9's first Audio Phreaks mix CD collating the very best of that underground and niche subdivision of Dubstep forged by himself and a motley gaggle of like minded producers. Forcing 26 tracks into 1 hour of relentless drops, brukkouts, wriggles and stomps, Bar9 has truly outdone himself this time. For your hard earned you'll get tracks from Kromestar, Vivek, TRG, Cluekid, Rob Sparx, Nero, Reso, Rusko, L-ow, Synkro, F-One, Scuba and Spherix besides enough Bar9 tracks to scare an elephant in… Read more
In the murky world of Dubstep Rave Bar 9 rules supreme. His balls-out style of gnarled mid range synths and industrial halfstep basically sounds heavier than 99% of the field which accounts for his massive popularity and status at the top of the game. 'Shut Ya Mouth' is another classic of the stye, stapling dread junglist statements of intent to combustible synths, while 'Rapture' on the flip false starts with lush synths before descending into a mosh-pit inducing and sweat soaked ravers anthem. Either way you're into or very out of it.
The Audio Freaks imprint turns out two remixes of Nero's 'Bad Trip' from Rob Sparx and Bar 9. Both cuts are informed by the Breaksy end of the dubstep rave spectrum, from Rob Sparx's rolling darkness vibes packed out with doomy synth stabs and meaty breakstep syncopations on the A-side, to Bar 9's surprisingly restrained but evil-infected remix on the flip concentrating all the energy onto one agitated bassline riff. Deeper dubstep rave.
Gutter dubstep rave from Bar 9. 'The Beginning' smacks the dance with LFO driven wobble bass, darkside dialogue and painful percussion, while the more interesting 'Faded' carves out an agile halfstep riddim with grungy bass lurches. For fans of Kromestar.
Rampant dubstep rave from the Audio Phreaks cave. 501 at the controls for this one, giving out the deceptive intro of 'Solitaire' leading into a crushing halfstep wobblers riddim, while 'Incognito' on the flipside cools off with an electroid stepper and 'Beginning Of The End' charges out with a hard-house styled raver to incite the skank-pit.