Circus Records has just released their No Strings Attached EP which is a compilation of four songs from Exponaut, Brown and Gammon, Boy Kid Cloud and Downlink & Datsik. This tune Sting has and aggressive sounding bass line that reminds me of an air raid siren (ha) but I love the bounciness of the song. Give this one a listen and also head on over to the Circus website to check out the rest of the EP —> here.
Wow – Datsik and Diplo on the same track!! Banger. Pick Your Poison dropped last week through Mad Decent, and should definitely be getting more exposure. It’s good to see Diplo venturing into the dubstep realm more, with previous collabs with Skrillex (Amplifire) and now the dirty Datsik. I’m really feeling this track; these two guys work well together and I’m loving the drop! If your in Chicago tomorrow hit me up at the Mad Decent Block Party.
Yes I got my swagga back. Haydn Hoffman takes this song to another level, adding to the genius of Datsik and Excision. I was talking to a few kollectors the other day, and I asked – “what would we do without remixes?” They responded ‘commit suicide’ and ‘kill myself’ (you know who you are). Maybe a little extreme, but you get the point. If your reading this Haydn, I want to thank you for killing one of my all time favorite tracks and making it that much more insane.
Debuting first on the Summer of Bass Playlist, I thought that Hydraulic deserved its own post on the DK. I first heard this banger a couple months ago through a live Excision video, that really got me pumped for the release of this song. My dream is to invest in an expensive subwoofer and ride around in my custom monster truck with hydraulics bumping this song. If you like Datsik’s style and a lot of heavy bass, this is the song for you.
Here’s a collab I’d love to see more. Bare and Datsik, both filthy-ass producers, create a bangin’ track (properly titled). They sample a Jibbs hip-hop song, also called King Kong, to get that hook line that goes so well with the drop. If you like these two producers then you will no doubt love this song: you can hear both of their signature styles here. Be sure to take a listen to this track and download and like it if you agree with me.
I remember when I heard the original Firepower track on youtube last summer, and I also remember how frustrated I was about how it was only a 1:30 minute clip. Now, Datsik’s official Firepower has been dropped on Beatport, along with this bangin’ Levela remix and another one of his tracks called Domino (if you liked Texx Mars by Datsik & 12th Planet then you’ll love Domino). I quote Datsik’s myspace: “If you don’t know Datsik by now, you best be learning.” So true, and if you don’t believe me check out this Levela Remix along with the rest of the EP. Enjoy.
Datsik can do no wrong. He’s one of those producers that you know will kill every track he gets on. This track has been on repeat for the past 20 minutes, and its gets better and better each time I listen to it. With a 16-bar intro, Datsik wastes no time getting to another one of his crazy drops. If you need a song to help wake you up early in the morning, than look no further.
In case you haven’t already heard, Bassnectar and Datsik are teaming up to create some insane dubstep. This is their first collaboration, with hopefully many more to come. From the start of YES, the “Bassnectar vibe” is definitely there, but Datsik’s contribution becomes apparent once the bassline drops. Featuring vocals from Rebel MC and Topcat, this song is just an absolute banger, no questions asked. So turn it up, and look forward to future songs by these two dubstep gods. Yes.
Here is a dope remix by Datsik. This track begins with a simple beat as it approaches the drop. At the drop, some grimey bass kicks in and pushes your subwoofer to the limit. Kollect this one and enjoy!
It seems like every artist has done an A Millie remix these days but this one is definitely one of the best. I love the beat in the background. It has been pulled off of Biochemical Equation, which is on my all time favorite dubstep album, Wu-Tang Clan Meets The Indie Culture Vol.2 (Enter The Dubstep). If you haven’t heard of this album definitely look it up, it’s sick! So back to the A Millie version, the vocals mix up perfectly with the wobbly bass in the background. Kollect this one below and enjoy!