Barely Alive are living on new Splitbreed collaboration, ‘Bad Thang’

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Barely Alive - Bad Thang

Barely Alive is flourishing.

As one of the hottest dubstep duos in the world right now, the Massachusetts boys and proud Disciple affiliate are living their best life, despite a moniker that might suggest otherwise.

With countless Beatport No. 1’s, a massive slew of collaborations, and remixes for Destroid, Zomboy, Virtual Riot, and more, it’s hard to deny that the duo’s one of the most exciting ascensions in the bass pantheon.  2018’s proving a banner year for the boys, who’ve already collaborated with Ghastly on a high-velocity track. Though it’s not as heavy as some of their earlier material, “Bad Thang” proves Barely Alive’s sonic range is becoming increasingly all-encompassing, and that’s not a bad thing at all.

Wobbleland announces 2018 lineup boasting REZZ, Feed Me, Crankdat & more

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After a fervent 2017 edition, the founders of the traveling bass music festival Wobbleland are bringing the festival back to its home of Northern California, alongside Vital Events and Another Planet Entertainment, where the festival will enter its eighth year in a row. Hailed as the biggest bass festival in the state, Wobbleland follows-up on its vehement previous edition with an astonishing array of bass-adjacent acts.

From artists like REZZ, a Barely Alive b2b with Virtual Riot, Crankdat, Feed Me, Minnesota, Rickyxsan, and more; Wobbleland promises to be a most appropriately-named destination. Wobbeland takes place Februrary 23 and 24 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Tickets are available here.

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Wobbleland 2018 Lineup:

REZZ

Barely Alive b2b Virtul Riot

Crankdat

Feed Me

Kai Wachi

Minnesota

Midnight Tyrannosaurus

Rickyxsan

Trampa

Whipped Cream

Arius

Bloodthinnerz

Mad Zach

Oolacile

Ponicz

Svdden Death b2b Yakz

Xaebor

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Excision releases relentless remix pack for ‘Virus’ album

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Excision‘s powerful, slamming Virus album featured collaborations with heavyweights like Space Laces, Dion Timmer, Protohype, and Datsik on standout songs like “Throwin’ Elbows,” “Are You Ready,” and “Final Boss.” Like everything Exicision does, Virus was all-encompassing, showcasing the power the dubstep genius is able to harness.

The remix album is unforgiving to say the least. From start to finish, the impressive slew of remixers skillfully put their own heavy spins on the album’s biggest hits. The collection contains powerful remixes from Dillon Francis, FuntcaseCookie Monsta, 12th PlanetAntiserum, Kai Wachi, Wooli, Sullivan King, Wavedash, DubloadzSeven Lions and Dimibo

Stream it in full below.

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Teminite & PsoGnar – Lion’s Den (Original Mix)

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To give listeners a little taste of their upcoming collaborative EP, dubstep producers Teminite and PsoGnar have released its first track, “Lion’s Den.”

The two producers have joined forces in the past for “Senses Overload,” which came out in April 2015, and “On My Way,” which was released in late 2013. Teminite also remixed a track of PsoGnar’s, “Army of Jah,” in July 2013. However, it’s been a while since these two have gotten together, and their partnership’s moratorium up to now has been noticeable.

Though he’s a talented producer, PsoGnar’s also a skilled vocalist, lending his voice to the track as he has in past collaborations. Aside from a track with Exclusion a few months ago, PsoGnar’s SoundCloud page has been quiet. This return is a big one for him, with his smooth, reggae-like vocals serving as a perfect unassuming introduction to the heavy track that follows.

Teminite has been on a climb to the top over the past few years, with each release heavier than the last. He’s released insane remixes for Pegboard Nerds, Barely Alive, and Felix Cartel and has done multiple collaborations with Panda Eyes, along with an impressive array of solo work.

If “Lion’s Den” is indicative of what these two have in store for the remainder of the EP, we’re in for an auditory treat.

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