EDMSauce Premiere: Carbin & K-NINE Join Forces For Ferocious New Collaboration ‘Grill Kill’

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Dubstep hotshot Carbin has teamed up with newcomer K-NINE for ‘Grill Kill’ – a feisty new single dropping on SKisM’s Black Label imprint today. Each lending their own unique production style to the track, Carbin & K-NINE have whipped up an earth-shaking smasher that’ll keep bass fans more than satisfied this weekend and beyond. Blending

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Take a Listen to Marshmello’s Insane Collab with SVDDEN DEATH

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What happens when the unlikely duo of Marshmello and Svdden Death get together in the studio? They create a track that is absolute madness from start to finish. “Sell Out” just dropped this weekend and we’re quite impressed. This track is the perfect marriage of Marshmello’s feel-good sound and Svdden Death’s clean, powerful bass. But,

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PLS&TY Gets Unique Spin On Latest Track “Rebel Love” Courtesy Of Rusko

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PLS&TY is back in the forefront again this time receiving a monster remix from the legend himself Rusko. It is a surprising but also welcomed twist on the original that will make anyone want to go back and listen to one of the true dons in the bass scene. This song truly represents why Rusko

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Listen to MUST DIE!’s Innovative Single: ‘Bliss 2K’

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For his latest single, MUST DIE! effortlessly blends together genres to create his most forward-thinking track yet. ‘Bliss 2K’ is a cohesive combination of ‘hard’ electronic genres wrapped up into a sound design masterpiece. You are taken on a journey from hardstyle to dubstep and beyond. MUST DIE! truly showcases his dynamic production skills in

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Marshmello’s foray into dubstep, “Sell Out,” feels like just that…

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Marshmello’s foray into dubstep, “Sell Out,” feels like just that…Marshmello Horse

World domination has always been in Marshmello‘s cards. Aside from his attention-grabbing masked getup, the business-savvy producer’s fluffy take on future bass, and later, sweetened pop collaborations made him accessible to an extremely wide base of music consumers. A tried-and-true formula doesn’t always equate to longevity, however, which is why it’s often crucial to diversify one’s sound to maintain relevance and mass interest (at least if the goal is to stay at the top).

Enter “Sell Out,” Marshmello’s newest collaboration with dubstep up-and-comer SVDDEN DEATH. First, a couple things before we dive into the track—one, ‘mello seems like a nice guy, and it’s always lovely to see A-listers helping elevate others’ careers with collaborations such as this one. Second, we know that Marshmello does enjoy a good dubstep tune or two based on his prior history.

With all the star power on “Sell Out,” however, one would expect the result to be original and refreshing. Simply put though, this track is neither. In fact, it sounds like it was thrown together on Ableton in under an hour with immensely cookie-cutter construction. “Sell Out” begins pleasantly enough, with euphoric melodies often present in a Marshmello production. Things only get increasingly bland from there, with a stereotypical sped-up build, and tacky vocals prompting preparation for the drop. What’s next? The usual cacophony of robotic synths and wild screeches that sound like they could have been taken from one of the innumerable pre-existing sample packs on the market. “Sell Out” feels long removed from the days when acts like Skream, Mount Eden, Rusko, and others took the dubstep sound into more avant-garde directions.

If Marshmello is truly interested in diving deeper into dubstep, authenticated success will require the bucket-headed producer to put more effort into thinking outside the box in order to really wow consumers, which, given his undeniable ability to produce hits, shouldn’t be asking too much. “Sell Out” comes off like an easy cop-out to increase variety and maintain Marshmello’s hold over the EDM world at large—perhaps his next foray into bass lands better.

Dirtyphonics make their debut release on Disciple with a post-apocalyptic Dubstep banger

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If you’re like me, you’ve been an avid Dirtyphonics fan for close to 10 years now. With releases spanning multiple different labels from Monstercat to Dim Mak to Circus in a range of different genres, the prolific french producers have always been pushing the boundaries of bass music. For me, It was their early track ‘Quarks’

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EDMSauce Premiere: Kompany Unleashes ‘Last Man Standing’ with Virus Syndicate

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If you’re at all in to dubstep, you’ll be well aware of LA-based producer Kompany. With both artists and fans alike constantly singing his praises, it’s impossible to ignore the fact that Kompany has swiftly become one of the most in-demand musicians in bass music. This Friday, Kompany unleashes his ‘Metropolis EP’ on Never Say

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Rusko to release new EP on Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats imprint, plots return to old-school dubstep with ‘Squeeze’

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Rusko to release new EP on Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats imprint, plots return to old-school dubstep with ‘Squeeze’Rusko

Rusko is releasing a new five-track EP on Zeds Dead‘s Deadbeats label, teasing the inbound project with a single that returns to his UK dubstep roots, “Squeeze.” In fact, the venerated dubstep flag-bearer looks to explore this theme throughout the entirety of his upcoming extended play. The final EP cut was decided at Lost Lands Festival, an opportunity Rusko took in 2018 to test a big batch of new music. The songs that performed the best made it on the project.

“Squeeze” hits listeners with a reggae bounce and melody while Rusko’s signature gritty synth drives the track. He told Billboard in a recent interview that he’s trying to put the “dub” back in dubstep and focus on melody, breaking from the popular hardcore riddim bass. “It’s a deliberate attempt to to rekindle those fires of the old vibe,” says the “Woo Boost” vet.

Rusko also mentioned he has a collaborations with Bassnectar (about time) and Ducky in the works. The EP is set to drop in full this spring. Hear “Squeeze” below.

H/T: Billboard

Photo Credit: Chris Stack

PØGMAN Redefines Modern Bass Music in ‘The Fly’ [EDM Sauce Premiere]

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A true genre-bending master, PØGMAN redefines modern dubstep in part one of his three volume Trinal series. Today, we have the pleasure of premiering PØGMAN’s “The Fly,” a heavy onslaught of wobbly bass. PØGMAN – “The Fly” Floor shaking 808’s peddle heavy in “The Fly.” Kicking off with a catchy rap line, PØGMAN’s newest unleashes into a wild

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Sullivan King Returns To Kannibalen Records With New EP, The Demented

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Sullivan King has become a mainstay at Kannibalen Records with yet another epic EP release. The Demented has all of Sullivan King’s iconic sentiments – fusing metal and alternative with bass music. Although we see him bring it in the form of dubstep, Sullivan King dips into new genre territory here on top of what

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