Notta fan of Chipotle’s food, but their marketing team is far ahead of its time. I’m sure my children won’t be fooled by their artsy branding scheme, but I sure as hell don’t mind to be. This short story about a scarecrow gone rogue in the pursuit of something purer isn’t all that untold, but the beautiful visuals with Willy Wonka’s classic covered makes this ad something to talk about, especially that cover.
When I first heard Fiona Apple was doing a rendition of ‘Pure Imagination,’ I knew it was going to be postworthy, but I couldn’t imagine this. She takes the sentiment we all have for the original and makes it her own, all with a little electro undertone pressed in. Pure brilliance.
To celebrate the season 2 premiere of Game of Thrones, Rameses B takes on the television show’s theme song and remixes it with such a calming vibe you wouldn’t believe it was dubstep, but it surely is.
What I can’t believe is that more epic shows like this haven’t used melodic dubstep in their scores. It creates such a rapturous feeling (or something like that) … they’ll catch on soon enough.
Taking what’s soon to be one of the most classic tv show tunes, Cazzette turns the Dexter’s theme song into one horror-filled, nightmare of electro-ghoulishness. Unfortunately, we’re only privy to the preview, but we’ll update you with the final release when it’s… released.
I’ve actually had my ups and downs with this one, it’s not that I ever disliked it, I just didn’t have as strong of a feeling for it. I love that signature Pretty Lights sound, but there’s really nothing new as far as experimenting and that’s why I love the dude so much in the first place.
Still, it takes us back and makes for one hell of a Run-DMC remix… although, it’s still not on the level of his 2010 unreleased remixes (yet).
When I first heard the new dubstep trailer for Red Tails it sure as hell got me going! I wasn’t the biggest fan of Knife Party’s remix of “Unison,” but throw in some hair-raising fly footage and it makes for one hell of a match.
Some of you don’t like this new style of dubstep the kids are calling “brostep.” And as much as I agree with you to a certain extent, there’s no doubt that the dubstep (or brostep) makes this Red Tails trailer. I watched one of the trailers with out it and it wasn’t NEARLY as heart racing. Hell, it didn’t seem interesting at all. Which makes me wonder if they’re going to use it for the actual movie… Doubt it.
Came across this video a couple days ago and it impressed me in more ways than one. The visuals look slick, all thanks to the rich sound effects. Mitch Lee really pulled out some raw sounds and made these visuals come to life. It starts to get real interesting around 40 seconds in. More music needs to be this dynamic.
Camo + Krooked created the official remix of the James Bond theme for Activision’s GoldenEye 007 : Reloaded. I don’t know how this game is gonna stack up to the N64 original, but Camo & Krooked’s dubstep rework of the original theme adds just enough electro-bass goodness to keep it up with the times, yet doesn’t go too far with it (thankfully).
This isn’t Figure’s best Halloween remake this year, that’d go to his Beetlejuice Dubstep Mix, but damn does this bring me back. “The Nightmare Before Christmas” is my faaaavorite Halloween movie, that and “Young Frankenstein,” and it’s interesting to hear a dubstep take on the movies’ theme song. Dubstep really was made for such goolish jams like this!
Not only is this one sick ass surfer vid, but it’s got one killer track to back it up. Salem’s “King Night” captures the power of this GoPro array like a charm. It takes this damn decent of a shot and puts it on one holy level. Love how music can do that.
I love just about everything Cudi does, but damn is he goin’ pop… which is making me go pop :( Okay, he’s not making me do anything, but I do love what he’s doin – even it’s for the mainstream media.
In his most recent track, “No One Believes Me”, Kid Cudi dishes out the usual manic depressiveness, but with a bit darker theme for the upcoming horror remake, Fright Night. It may be a bit less soulful, which got me into Cudi in the first place, but I can’t hate on an artist that’s trying to expand their sound – more artists should do the same.