A couple of newsy bits flew by the radar today including:
“Don’t Believe The Hate: Skrillex Is Already The Next Big Thing…”
“James Blake is Not Feeling the U.S. Dubstep ‘Frat Boy Market‘”
It’s quite obvious that “Dubstep,” weather it’s the indie-rock version or the metal version, has seeped it’s way into the pop world.
So I was excited to find in my inbox on the very same day, some music that to me represents something closer to a direct descendant of the roots of dubstep:
Max Ulis’ soundtack to Illustrator, Tyler Fewell’s Seven:
Disclaimer: Listen to this on a system with large bass capacity.
1 thought on “What’s Up With Dubstep?”
I love liquid dubstep, its so chilled out yet also drops the agressive beats and bass that is just so addictive.