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BeatSpark – Hooves Upon Tartarus | Dubstep

 

In the midst of the nonexistent EDM festival season, BeatSpark decided to take a few pages out of Disciple’s playbook and make this nasty beast of a track. Seriously the distorted sub at the beginning, the build with those nice punchy (to the point my subs in my 4 inch monitors were producing so much power that I could feel it across my studio) kicks, that nasty predrop to the drop was just pure festival vibes. When it hits to that breakdown after that first drop and that soft saw wave melody came in, I audibly said, “Is it ending already? No way!” especially when everything faded out with the reverb tail. The second 8 bar predrop to the drop was surprising and seriously threw me off which I enjoyed quite well! BeatSpark is definitely one of the dubstep producers to keep an eye on for more bangers in the future!!

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The Empty Tomb – Midtown | Future Funk

Coming in strong after a banger of a track is another banger by The Empty Tomb! I don’t know how he does it, I swear. One second he drops an amazing Future Bass VIP and the next literally a few days later is a slapper Future Funk track. After hearing the original sample which is used through the entire song, George Benson’s Give Me the Night, which was definitely full disco, Tomb’s track takes that old disco feel and flips it on it’s head. I’m not kidding, by adding great sounding percussion and modern EDM kicks and snares, it changes the flow from your parent’s disco to something that everyone will want to blast through their speakers. I swear he’s like this fandom’s version of Jonas Aden, always releasing bangers all the time!!

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[Chaos Rising] The Empty Tomb – Good Times VIP | Future Bass

Have you ever wondered what a song would sound like if Illenium made music for the My Little Pony fandom? Well this is the answer to that question, The Empty Tomb’s Good Times VIP! It has everything an amazing future bass track should ever have, strong chords, heavy bass lines, an insane melody, and the perfect foley samples. I’m not kidding, when I was going through the submissions for my label’s first collab album Chaos Rising, Tomb’s was the very first submission. The title definitely peaked my interest so when I listened to the submission I was seriously blown away! I wasn’t expecting those insane sounding chords in the drop at all, I swear I was listening to a track that was played at Lost Lands.