Posts Tagged ‘ dubstep ’

Bad Wolf

Bad Wolf is a versatile UK band composed of Luke Peters and James Hayward. They produce ‘Electro, Dubstep, Drum N Bass, Indie, Hip Hop, and Acid’ style music, as they’ve described it. Whatever you want to call it, it’s pretty sick. Check out some of their songs below.

Does Your Mother Like Games?

Bombaclot – One of their newest tracks to drop in 2011.

Check back tomorrow for your cool song of the day. Each day. Every day. Right here.

Until then, follow the shit out of me on Twitter.

Or check out my latest post on DJ Robo Pat’s Official Blog.

Not enough Robo Pat for you? Like DJRoboPat on Facebook.

DJ Robo Pat

Datsik

Datsik, also known as Troy Beetles, is a Dubstep DJ and music producer from British Columbia, Canada. His first release was in the spring of 2009. Ever since then, he’s been making some sick original songs as well as going in on a lot of remixes. Check out this relatively new song from Datsik called Domino. It’s a chill song to just have going in the background if you’re trying to do work. Below that, listen to one of his more uptempo remixes if you’re in the mood to jump around.

Domino

Bassnectar – Boombox[Datsik Remix]

Check back tomorrow for another cool song of the day. Each day. Every day. Right here

Until then, follow the shit out of me on Twitter.

Or check out my latest post on DJ Robo Pat’s Official Blog.

Not enough Robo Pat for you? Like DJRoboPat on Facebook.

DJ Robo Pat

Samples & Big Gigantic Remix Black and Yellow

By now, you’re probably sick of hearing Wiz Khalifa’s Black and Yellow. Or maybe you’re not. But if it starts to wear on you, check out this filthy dubstep remix by Samples & Big Gigantic. It keeps the original’s party feel but gives you a beat that’s even better to dance to and has some synths that slap hard.

Big Gigantic is a duo that forages into hardcore rock, electronica, and everything in between.

Check back tomorrow for another cool song of the day. Each day. Every day. Right here.

Until then, follow the shit out of me on Twitter.

Or check out my latest post on DJ Robo Pat’s Official Blog.

Not enough Robo Pat for you? Like DJRoboPat on Facebook.

DJ Robo Pat

Skrillex

Skrillex, is an American electro house, fidget house, and dubstep musician from Los Angeles, California. Formerly the front man for the hardcore band From First to Last, Skrillex is known for his great, danceable, remixes of popular songs as well as some awesome original bangers.

Check out his remix of Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance. It actually makes bad music into something worth dancing to.

And here’s one of Skrillex’s original songs. Enjoy hitting the replay button. It’s ohkay, I’ll wait.

Those are your cool songs for the day. Check back tomorrow for another cool song a day. Right here. Each day. Every day.

Until then, follow the shit out of me on Twitter.

Or check out my latest post on DJ Robo Pat’s Official Blog.

Not enough Robo Pat for you? Like DJRoboPat on Facebook.

DJ Robo Pat.

James Blake

James Blake is a young London native with a striking voice and a style that most people aren’t used to.  He has roots in the dubstep scene and is poised to release his first album soon.  Blake utilizes piano tunes and seemingly eclectic electronic rythms to create slow meaningful melodies.

Limit to Your Love

Blake’s first single “Limit to Your Love” is a slow emotional song that emphasizes his unique vocal abilities and dubstep background.  Turn your bass up and be ready to empathize with this guy as you watch the mournfully lonely video.

What do you think of this guy’s unique sound?

Tinie Tempah

An upbeat rapper straight out of south London.  His debut album Disc-Overy was released last October at number one in the UK.  If you don’t find yourself dancing to these upbeat rythms and lyrics then you might want to check your pulse.

Miami 2 Ibiza

This song is all about powerful house beat provided by Swedish House Mafia and catchy lyrics.  Tinie’s unique accent makes this concept seem fresh even though we’ve all heard standard rap/club music before.

Frisky

The instrumentals on this track are amazing.  The producer Labrinth is on the rise, and Tinie delivers a singable hook and easily quotable lyrics.

%d bloggers like this: