If you’ve been to a SLANDER or Kompany show in the past few months, you’ve no doubt heard this collaboration. “Broken” is an emphatic new single that will have you singing along to FKNSYD’s every word before wanting to unleash a flurry of headbanging. Check out the full track below.
On the road to his highly-anticipated sophomore album, Kayzo has unleashed the beginnings of a new sub-genre that bridges rock and punk music with dubstep and bass. Fueling the hype with his rail-breaking sets at Coachella, EDC Las Vegas, and HARD Summer, Kayzo has been on a fiery tear to dominate the electronic industry ahead of his album.
Finally arriving in all its glory, Kayzo’s sophomore album Unleashed is the type of project that will be talked about for years to come. ” On his quest to break genre boundaries and defy all norms, Kayzo enlisted the likes of All Time Low vocalist Alex Gaskarth, electronic-rock singer shYbeast, Sum 41 drummer Frank Zummo, and metalcore bands Of Mice & Men, Underoath, Our Last Night, blessthefall, and Memphis May Fire. The 15-track project features Kayzo’s previously released singles “Up In Flames,” “Alone,” “Before The Storm,” “Night Terror,” and “Cruel Love, along with a new posthumous collaboration with late We Came As Romans vocalist Kyle Pavone. Truly bridging the divide between the rock and electronic music, Kayzo also tapped trap and bass producers k?d, 1788-L, TYNAN, ARMNHMR, and Yultron to complete his vision. From its gritty, electrifying basslines to its heavy, hard-hitting drops, Unleashed packs a punch and delivers an unforgettable, earth-shattering experience. Stream Kayzo’s wild new album Unleashed below.
Herobust has made a name for himself with his absolutely chaotic bass filled sound, and his newest single – “Dumb Lit” is no exception to that. “Dumb Lit” (Frontrunner for best song title of 2019 so far) kicks off with an incredibly repetitive yet infections hip-hop rendition of the title – but it won’t take long for it to be stuck in your head. Get Dumb Lit with Herobust.
Shlump has made a name for himself as a forward-thinking bass bender. Typically placing himself in positions to break the conventional sound design and formulaic structure that dance music tends to have, the California-based producer has once again broken the rules with his latest single. Ahead of his upcoming System Crash EP, Shlump has taken fans on an alien bass journey with “Bum Rush Dub.” The track is an eclectic bass-to-your-face track that delivers nothing short of wonkiness. Stream “Bum Rush Dub” below.
Wakaan Records curates some of the most unique electronic music on their imprint. They refer to themselves as “freeform electronic music,” so it’s no surprise that this new one from Hydraulix makes a perfect fit. “Madman” is the fourth and final track from Hydraulix’s Space Cadet EP, which is out today. “Madman” is one of those genre-bending tracks that’s true genre will definitely be the topic of many 3 am conversations. So take a minute and check out “Madman” for yourself.
Herobust has now entered the festival season climate with his new single “BRUH?.” The aggressive dubstep record brings forth the sweet and gory metallic sound that we’ve all come to know and love. Offering a few new tricks up his sleeve, Herobust continues to prove why he is amongst the elite in bass music at the moment. His latest single arrives on his newly founded label Busted Records. Stream “BRUH?!” below.
Excision has been a fan of Dion Timmer for a long time. He brought the young producer out on tour with him before he was even 18. They’ve collaborated on some massive songs before, and have been teasing a collaborative EP for some time now. Breaking Through is comprised of four absolutely massive tracks, all produced by Excision and Dion Timmer. Each track is unique in its own way, while still bringing the destructive production that we would come to expect from a collaboration by these two incredible dubstep producers. Stream Excision and Dion Timmer’s Breaking Through EP below.
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One of my favorite things about Zeds Dead is their willingness to put on new artists. They utilize their notoriety to help these up and coming acts share their music and movement. The latest example of this is Gentlemens Club’s new EP DEADSET. It’s a perfect 2 track EP for Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats imprint. Dubstep lovers and rail riders are going to enjoy both bodacious songs. Have a listen below and see what’s good.
is their willingness to put on new artists. They utilize their notoriety to help these up and coming acts share their music and movement. The latest example of this is Gentlemens Club’s new EP DEADSET. It’s a perfect 2 track EP for Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats imprint. Dubstep lovers and rail riders are going to enjoy both bodacious songs. Have a listen below and see what’s good.
Qoiet just dropped off a crazy new EP that you have to hear if you like dubstep & metal. He’s an artist we’ve featured on our Inbox series, but his new EP needs a post of it’s own. I’ve never heard dubstep mixed with these type of vocals and it’s taking me right back to my metal days. Each song goes hard from start. Check out all 12 tracks below and see what the hype is about.
Au5 has always struck the hearts of many with his captivating productions. His larger than life records never fail to leave listeners in a pool of emotions. As you prepare yourself to melt into the atmosphere offered by the producers latest work, you’ll find yourself surprised that “Mesmerize” is just a taste of what’s to come. Recently announcing the release of his newest album Divinorum, fans can anticipate what should be a stellar record provoking the best out of the artist himself. Enlisting the enchanting vocal prowess of Bella Musser, the melodic fireball of a single is a perfect testament to what to expect from the rest of the project. After three years in the making, Au5 aims to tell a story with this album, allowing each track to soundtrack his own internal experiences. Stream “Mesmerize” below and be on the lookout for Au5’s new album Divinorum, due out May 24th.
Divinorum in this context translates to “[things] of the divine.” The album is about a journey traversing through a series of different realms beyond reality. – Au5
Kayzo has been stepping up his game lately by crafting electrifying rock-meets-electronic bangers. His most recent example enlisted All Time Low’s lead vocalist Alex Gaskarth for “Up In Flames.” One of his most anticipated releases of the year, however, is a remix of Yungblud and Halsey‘s “11 Minutes.” Originally debuted live at Coachella, Kayzo’s “11 Minutes” remix has finally arrived in all its glory. Grungy and anthemic, Kayzo’s heavy-handed bass is in full-throttle as wild dubstep synths fire off to surround Yungblud and Halsey’s duet. Stream Kayzo’s wild “11 Minutes” remix below.