Dubstep 107 mix

The Tracklist.
Here’s a great dubstep mix from LA and he’s included a nice bt of info about each track so give it a listen Dubstep 107

intro: DZ – Strong On Ya.

Loefah – It’s Yours. Well, might as well ease you all into it, right? Rough track. See if you can remember where this sample came from. myspace.com/loefah.

Jay Electronica and Zed Bias – The Cauldron. From a BBC Benji B session, I think. This one I’ve got to say I did not see coming. I’m not exactly sure what the story is behind this one, but think about it – how many US rappers are willing to even consider jumping on a grime/dubstep/categorizemeplease track? Exactly. I think Zed produced this. I think. Courtesy of Sweeney Kovar. myspace.com/zedbias.

The Bug – Skeng feat Killa P and Flow Dan. If you are wondering where the dub and reggae influence I was talking about comes in, listen to this. I remember the first time I heard this in that crazy art studio basement club that Pure Filth used to occupy. Absolutely bananas. I liked this one so much I used to refuse to listen to it unless it was on a real system. The lyrics, though – they are completely over-the-top ridiculous. Seriously. myspace.com/thebuguk.

Rusko – William H Tonkers. Remember me saying that you need a good set of headphones for this one? Exhibit B right here, kids (A was the last one). Dig the synth programming on this one. ruskonfire.

Nebulla and DJ Dore – Poppin (Dirtystep Remix) feat T.I. I can’t say that I like this one better than the original, but it definitely goes kinda hard. The basswork on this one ain’t bad at all. myspace.com/djnebulla, myspace.com/djdore.

Loefah: Voodoo (666) / Lord Finesse: Check the Method (DJ Premier Scratch Mix). If you just couldn’t get into anything else on this ep, wait until this one. This may well be my favorite song on this episode (which is saying a lot considering my feelings towards The Bug). Ripped from the briliant Dubstep Sufferah Volume 3, which is highly recommended if you liked this one. grievousangel.com.

Moody Boys – Honey Remix feat Erykah Badu. I take back what I said on the last one – if you can’t get into the other cuts, check this one. Seven minute, dubbed-out workout of one of the best new soul singles in recent memory. Brilliant. I think Mamiko likes this one. myspace.com/themoodyboyz.

Dubstep Download

the download comes with nothing other than the tracklisting and there’s some quality names on there so you may as well grab it and give it a listen it’s free.
Original Post udw.org.ua
1.GRAVIOUS – WORMSIGN
2.ORIEN – CHASING A NEVER ENDING DREAM
3.D1 – SORROW RMX
4.THE BUG FT FLOWDAN – JAH WAR (LOEFAH REMIX)
5.BLOC PARTY – WHERE IS HOME? (BURIAL REMIX)
6.JAMIE WOON – WAYFARING STRANGER (BURIAL REMIX)
7.BABYLON SYSTEM – EVERYDAY HUSTLE
8.DISTANCE – V
9.PROFESSOR J-S – SOVIET UNION
10.MRK1 – I GOT TOO (FEAT SIZZLA)
11.BENGA – ROLLER
12.DZ – JUST ROLLING
13.KOMONAZMUK – LOVE
14.MATHHEAD – DREAM TIGERS
15.MOVING NINJA – SHELLCODE
16.APPLEBLIM AND PEVERELIST – A CIRCLING
17.TESTRACK – TEST PILOT SEQUENCE

The Monster Maggot Dubstep Podcast for The Urban Shop

A dubstep Podcast form your favorite urban blog see we do do other stuff as well as bring you the best links to news from the gutter
Original Post the-urban-shop.blogspot.com
Thxs to Monster Maggot from this weeks podcast 100% dubstep, it’s mainly old school dubstep with a regga feel so not to heavy, I think any dubstep fans will know every track on there and if you not sure about dubstep maybe this is the place to start.
Tracklisting
Step 2 it – Pinch ft Rudey Lee
Anti War Dub – Digital Mystikz
Deep Concentration – Skream
Truly Dread – Skream
Jah Red Gold and Green – Disrupt
Ancient Memories (Skream remix) – Digital Mystikz
Bablon Timewarp – Skream vs Hijak
Root – Loefah
0800 Dub – Kode 9 ft Spaceape
Tubby Rom Module – Disrupt
Smiley Face – Skream
J Dub – Boxcutter
Too Many Freedoms – Amit
Kingstown – Kode9
Crusher Dub – Vex’d
Let Go Mi Shirt – Cotti ft Kingpin
Soul-Jah Boogie – Sub Vesion
Monsoon – Skream

Dubstep resource

a great little dubstep resource site and it’s kept relevant by us so get on it
Original Post www.squidoo.com

Dubstep’s early roots are in the more experimental releases of UK garage producers, seeking to incorporate elements of dub reggae into the South London-based 2-step sub-genre. These experiments often ended up on the B-side similar to what happened with dub and reggae.