Figure surprised us and dropped his massive Monsters of Drumstep Vol. 2 today, a week before the official release date. From the start of this 10-track album figure kills it – theming songs to the boogie man, werewolf, leather face, the mummy, and more. I’ve included the Oblivion remix to Boogie Man on this post, since it’s one of the only dubstep songs on the EP (this is the Dubstep Kollection). If you’re diggin this track check out the whole Monsters of Drumstep Vol. 2 here.
This man is absolutely crazy when it comes to these Monster remixes he does. Figure dropped this for free through his soundcloud a few days ago, hyping his second installment of “Monsters of Drumstep” due October 18th. Definitely pumped for this release, I know what I’m playing during halloween parties…Check this out and download above. Show Figure some support and like him on Facebook.
Either you look at this post and think “
Oh great.. someone else remixed Wonderwall..” or “FUXK YUHH, ANOTHER FIGURE REMIX!” If your anything like I think you are, then you chose the latter. Figure has done it again, pumping out a hard hitting drumstep take on this Oasis classic. So let Liam Gallagher’s melodic lyrics and Figure’s monster bassline bump you through the rest of your monday. Skank on.
A monster of a track from one of the biggest names in drumstep right now, Figure aka Josh Gard, and Tommy Lee, the epic drummer from Mötley Crüe who has made the switch from hair metal to real grime. The track starts off with Tommy Lee on the drums and leads into Figure’s signature monster sample and glitchy bassline. Figure tossed this up on his soundcloud a couple days ago for free, which is a regular habit of his. Killer
I always want to occasionally post some drum & bass on the DK, just because it’s so related to dubstep and a lot of artists are doing a little of both nowadays. So who better to feature than Figure, someone who in my opinion is one of the top 5 best drumstep producers today. Figure dropped this on his soundcloud yesterday as a free download, and although i’m not a fan of the rapper, Figure makes up for it with his god-like production skills. Peep the song and check out all the other Figure tracks we’ve featured on the DK here.
The Werewolf has to be one of the best Dubstep songs I’ve ever heard. It’s unique and surprisingly a tad frightening. It has an unusually long build up but it really pays off. The drops are amazing and the small amount of dialogue added in periodically adds a great effect. Special thanks to Hatch and Chris for the find.
I’m always skeptical when I see a dubstep/drumstep remix of a hip-hop song, because a part of me just feels like the two shouldn’t go together. But I’ll have to make an exception for this one, because Figure remixes one of my favorite Yeezy songs and creates a pretty interesting and creative remix. I’ve been loving the stuff Figure has been pumpin out lately, mostly because of his out of the box thinking. Check out his drumstep track Aliens if you have the chance. Enjoy.
The title pretty much says it all. Figure dropping another huge drumstep mix complete with a groovy intro, ridiculous sample and an insane drop, what more can you ask for? Be sure to grab this track and also check out his soundcloud for more free goodies. Peace!
A friend showed me this banger yesterday, and I’m glad he did because I almost missed this sick song. Bass Powa was released on Simma Records on the 14th, in the Bass Powa Ep along with a drumstep mix as well. Will you guys kill me if I say this has replaced Bass Cannon for me? Give it a chance, Figure & Will Bailey really impressed me with this one, and helped me tolerate the overused word Bass in dubstep songs. Enjoy, and check out both Figure’s and Will Bailey’s work if you like this song.