Beyond Dub Step. Brutal Dub Step. Call it what you will just be prepared to change your underwear around 1:42. This is the type of stuff I’ve been into for the past year or so, it’s been out a while but I thought it was worth sharing.
This stuff is so dramatic and cinematic - highly technical and still primitive. It’s no wonder we saw a Tron soundtrack from Daft Punk this year… It evokes strong feelings and emotions and can be a perfect compliment to the right visual media. There’s a version of this on youtube paired with the ending scene in Scarface that’s pretty awesome but I wanted to present this version without the distraction.
I think electronic/dub step/drum and bass will be crossing over more and more into the mainstream and we’ll be seeing more support for major film releases, advertising, etc from artists like Noisa.
Most of you probably don’t know this, but I fronted an industrial band in the very early 90s that toured with most of the Wax Trax bands that came through Texas. The band was Eureka Machine and we opened for The Thrill Kill Kult when they were supporting their first album, did shows with Feotus (w supporting members of Swans), Front Line Assembly, Pain Teens, Lena Lovich, SkateNigs and stumbled around on stage with The Revolting Cocks a time or two.
It’s been a long time since I’ve found new music inspiring or of much interest. I’m really enjoying this stuff. If you have any suggestions in the same or similar style I’d like to hear them - thanks! #notexactlydubstep
Artist: Noisa - remix by 16 bit
Album: Splitting the Atom