This Wednesday, November 14, Pacha NYC is doing something that no organization has ever done before – RPM & Pacha NYC are both proud to announce that they will be hosting a benefit for the victims of hurricane Sandy, called Help Heal New York. Since hurricane Sandy hit the tri-state area, Pacha NYC has been doing everything they can to help this great city, and for every event they have hosted over the last few weeks if you brought canned goods, you were allowed in for free or at least reduced admission to the event. Pacha NYC is doing the unthinkable because 100% of the proceeds from this event will be going to the Red Cross and other local charities – 100% meaning all of the profits and other money made at this event, from coat check tips to DJ fees will be donated to help fix the damages and the victims who were effected by this awful tragedy.
This benefit is more like a festival then an event because there are over 50 international and local DJs that will be performing over the course of the evening, Read more →
It is our pleasure, on this beautiful wobble wednesday, to introduce you to the new EP by Zomboy called “The Dead Symphonic”. His first EP “Game Time” was a game changer in his DJ/Production career with hits like “Pirate Hooker” and Organ Donor”. Zomboy has also created some of the best remixes to some incredible tracks such as Skrillex’s “Still Gettin It”, Flux Pavilion’s “Bass Cannon”, and Nadia Ali, Starkiller, and Alex Kenji’s “Pressure”. His style is a very unique take on Dubstep with his zombie-like sound sets that are extremely gritty and adds an edge to the usual wobbles and hard pounding synths. This EP is a clear next step for Zomboy showing some change with his introduction into electro house releases including the track “Vancouver Beatdown”, which even features a Nu Disco sound. Enjoy and please purchase the EP on Beatport if you love it like I do.
Zomboy – Nuclear (Hands Up)
Zomboy – Hoedown
Zomboy – Vancouver Beatdown
Zomboy – City 2 City (Ft. Belle Humble)
Zomboy – Deadweight
Zomboy – Gorilla March
Bare Noize is known for throwing down pure filth in all his tracks and this track is no exception. Although this track is a tiny bit softer than some of his other tracks, all the bass and wobbles are still there to please the crowd. A strong melody leads through the bass and all in all it makes up for a great Dubstep track. Enjoy!
This James Egbert fellow has been making serious waves in the EDM community as of recently. Coming out of Denver, he’s been making music since he was a 6 year old drum prodigy, made the crossover, played the Global Dance Festival at Red Rocks and blew up! He’s got the right motivation, a solid online following and continues to bang out free EP’s. This man will be on the move in 2012.
This new track by Dodge and Fuski features some of the funniest vocal samples I’ve heard in a song yet. Featuring vocals about Shitty Raves and Drug Music this track features all the filth you can handle from Dubstep from some of the best producers in the business. With sounds very similar to Skrillex’s “Breakin A Sweat”, this track features many popular Dubstep sounds that are put together perfectly to create this anthem. Enjoy!
Now this is some old school, feeling dubstep that I know and love. This new track by Eptic features more wobbles than most current dubstep, leaving out the Skrillex growls and various other odd sounds. This track is pure gold to the dubstep scene and I can’t wait for it’s full release. Filled with bass and strong drums, this track is a bomb. Enjoy!
This week on Wobble Wens we feature SHM’s and Knife Party’s “Antidote” yet again but this time with a heavier, more bass influenced, dubstep remix by the up and coming Stratus. This remix features a strong, fast build up that is featured in the original mix that gets dropped into heavy bass with a sort of bassnectar feel to it. Enjoy!
Who doesn’t love some Wiz mixed with some Dubstep, I know we do. This hard dubstep remix features Wiz’s vocal line “Get Sum” mixed with heavy bass and high pitched winding synths that make for a full featured dubstep anthem. This song has some of the heaviest bass I’ve heard in a while, at least from a Wiz track. Hip hop and Dubstep fans, enjoy!
WARNING, This may blow out your speakers if heard loudly. Although you may not expect such hard hitting dubstep from the soft gradual vocal intro it all builds into absolute bass madness. When I’m talking HARD bass, I mean HARD BASS. If you guy’s don’t believe us turn the speakers up and hear for yourself. With soft pauses in between wobbles, this song just keeps on dropping. Enjoy!
Here is a sick new remix of Rihanna’s “You Da One” by Haydn Hoffman. This track includes a large sound set to build an amazing electro house banger. He uses the vocals of Rihanna well with this type of hard electo house. Enjoy!