Kayzo (Feat. Micah Martin) – Feel the Power (Original Mix)

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LA-based bass music staple Kayzo has released his newest single. “Feel the Power” is an infectious dubstep original featuring intense percussion and snippets of striking electric guitar, all tied together by Micah Martin’s ominous vocals. The powerhouse producer has been grinding out release after release over the past year, showcasing a variety of production techniques while remaining true to his signature sound.

Kayzo has garnered support for his entrancing, weighty buildups and highly energetic, intricate drops. His last release, “Whistle Wars,” has been a summer anthem since it was dropped about a month ago, and with his latest, the artist adds another stellar track to his growing arsenal of releases.

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Crystal Skies – Dark Ages EP

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Crystal Skies have released their EP Dark Ages on the New Dawn label. This EP is aptly named, for it is a fantastic display of dark melodic dubstep. The balance of etheric synths and ferocious neuro bass fuse together and really showcase the quality of this EP. The sound design from Crystal Skies is nearing

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Kayzo Drops ‘Feel The Power’ Featuring Micah Martin

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By now we all know that Kayzo is currently sitting on about 30 unreleased tracks. Despite just releasing his track with Wuki, Kayzo has teased a couple of his unreleased songs, including his collaboration with Slander. For his latest release, Kayzo teamed up with Micah Martin to release the heavy new release “Feel The Power.”

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Unlike Pluto and Joanna Jones cover TLC’s classic ‘No Scrubs’

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As one of the genre’s most exciting new talents, Unlike Pluto has made a name for himself with a unique style that blends big brass elements with soaring melodies and blistering bass lines. The young producer stays true to form on his latest release, a homage to one of the most anthemic hits of the late 90s, TLC’s “No Scrubs.” Enlisting frequent collaborator Joanna Jones for vocal duties, Pluto’s spin on the empowering anthem turns the timeless hit into a jazz-influenced cover that modernizes without damaging the original’s message —

Except now the scrubs are bottle drinking bros who ‘know the promoter.’

Axen Shows “Superhuman” Abilities In Slander Flip [Premiere]

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The last few months for AXEN​ have been massive. This rising star out of Perth, Australia has been showing his superhuman abilities with his recent accomplishments. Recent successes include an official remix for ​Flux Pavilion​ & NGHTMRE​’s collaborative single ‘Feel Your Love‘ which lead to him being asked by the boss man himself to bless his

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Oliverse – Where Did The Love Go (feat. joegarratt) [Original Mix]

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UK producer Oliverse has been on a roll lately.

Through a array of releases, the producer has tried out a diverse range of genres and put his own unique twist on all of them.

His latest is an original dubstep mix called “Where Did The Love Go.” Featured vocalist joegarratt provides an entrancing introduction to the track, drawing the listener into thinking the track will be lighthearted and more on the melodic dubstep side.

The surprise comes at the drop, when Oliverse drops an ungodly heavy bass line. Though the verses and the chorus contrast each other greatly, it works.

Listeners will end the 3 minutes and 33 seconds thinking “what did I just listen to?” and then go back for more.

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Under 2500: Dembowyz Emerges With Unique Riddim Tune [Free DL]

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Dembowyz is a group of producers who grew up in Miami, Fl and its ever evolving music scene. They aim to impress the crowd with their hard drums and grooves, no matter the genre. For their next release they decided to mix a little old school with new school by adding some Nintnendo 64 Star

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Jauz & Crankdat elevate ‘I Hold Still’ from celebrated ID to official release

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An unreleased ID is a double edged sword, the withheld track often serves as an engrossing sample of what any given producer has been doing in the studio and is usually a major tease as tracks are often not slated for release in the foreseeable future.

Some IDs are so impressionable that they leave listeners talking about them for months. Cue “I Hold Still,” the Crankdat and Jauz collaboration that has been hotly anticipated since its incorporation in various sets from both producers. The track has remained in the producers’ back pockets for a little over a year now, finally materializing for its long awaited official release.

As those who have heard the then ID can testify, and as those who have not are bound to discover, the final product is well worth the wait. I Hold Still couples Jauz’s characteristic dubstep and bass house elements with Crankdat’s general musical intensity and melody forward production, making for a track that is well within both artists’ respective wheelhouses.

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Zomboy – Young & Dangerous (Feat. Kato)

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After announcing a new EP, bass music powerhouse and head man Zomboy is back with another blistering release for the upcoming project. Off the upcoming album Rott ‘n’ Roll, releasing via Never Say Die Records, we receive “Young & Dangerous.”

Zomboy starts the song off with mesmerizing vocalist Kato, who begins her part in the piece with soft and sweet sensibilities, eventually leading into a pulsating repetition of the words “Young and Dangerous.” Zomboy delivers the heat with a full blown filthy drop, lighting a fire for headbangers alike. This single follows his last release, “Rotten.”

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Zomboy – Young & Dangerous (Feat. Kato)

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After announcing a new EP, bass music powerhouse and head man Zomboy is back with another blistering release for the upcoming project. Off the upcoming album Rott ‘n’ Roll, releasing via Never Say Die Records, we receive “Young & Dangerous.”

Zomboy starts the song off with mesmerizing vocalist Kato, who begins her part in the piece with soft and sweet sensibilities, eventually leading into a pulsating repetition of the words “Young and Dangerous.” Zomboy delivers the heat with a full blown filthy drop, lighting a fire for headbangers alike. This single follows his last release, “Rotten.”

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