This list is best for the late hours at the club and seems to be replacing glitch & bass music for the darker side of dance – as apposed to its more feel-good Disco House counterpart.
It really should have a two words tops title because Deep House & UK Garage is too much. I thought deep dance fit well, but I don’t think I like it enough. Help me out, word people.
Zeds Dead has already pumped out one Adrenaline filled EP, but now they throw us a reremix of Dangers’ remix of Sebastien Tellier’s “Divine” (get all that). Never heard Tellier before, but his voice reminds me of a Beatle at times… I’m thinking Paul
Zeds Dead’s Adrenaline EP starts off with some ghoulish tunes, moves into the moobah and slices it out with their signature sound. Definitely some unique shit on here and shows their progressive, alternating style.
Check out the previews below and hit it up on Amazon if you’re feelin it.
Dubstep remixes were dominated by b.e.a.utiful vocals this year…. Or maybe it’s just I’m obsessed with these beauts mixed with dirty, dirtay dubstep. Either way, this style has ruled SNG for the last half of the year and hope it rules for many months into next.
The most interesting parts in the video are the moments captured in the audience, especially the girl at 1:08 (shit gets sexy). And as jealous as I am of every single fucker on this tape, I’m glad we get a few previously unreleased tracks from Zeds Dead, two which were featured in the film.
Zeds Dead does dirty on a few classics for us, something my father probably wouldn’t appreciated, but can you really blame him I featured the two a few months back in my Dubstep Remixes of Rock Classics, which they contributed two tracks (both featured below).
I’ve been posting about these two quite a bit lately, so I decided to go over their SC collection and see what I could dig up. Wish they put up a little more, but still found a few quality dubstep remixes I haven’t heard before – though, I’m guessing if you’re into this whole scene, you’re probably familiar with most their work. To all else, enjoy! (as much as you can)
Wow.. I think I’m a Sabi fan now just based of this pic ;) NEways, Zeds Dead just hit us up with a remix of her “Wild Heart” track. Can’t say I’ve ever heard her before, (is she big) but liking her voice with this dirty dubstep grymes. Also, wondering if this is just a preview – the intro/outro are faded in/out. Whatevs, good shyt!
Zeds Dead put this up fo free to celebrate their Facebook page hitting 100,000 fans. “Coffee Break” is a chill bass line buzzer with vocals borrowed from Aretha Franklin’s “I Say A Little Prayer”. The vocals, from what I’m guessing, are altered… due to copyright I don’t really get why they fuck with the vocals like that, but it sure hits the spot anyway.
Planned on doing this for some time, but never thought I had enough. Well, when I first started compiling I definitely didn’t – but after a lot of research on YouTube, SoundCloud & beyond, I’ve come up with nine solid dubstep remixes of that classic rock we’ve grown up on.
Two rock legends I wanted to find were Jimi Hendrix & ZZ Top, but unfortunately there weren’t any quality ones out there. If you know of any, or any other dubstep remixes I haven’t included here, hit it up in the comments below!
We’ve seen a crop of new tracks sprout up from Zeds Dead over the past few days and I doubt this is the last.
Zeds Dead’s remix of Faulkner’s well-known classic wasn’t that recognizable to me at first, but I had the aha! moment a few plays in. It does, however, give a healthy dose of finely-tune electric-lazers ( – what would you call it) with a few grinds to it equal out.