Pretty ironic that a song with the hookline “Chill the fuck out” is dubstep, filled with bass and deep drops. Anyways Nero delivers on this track as always, and they’re also getting some well-deserved success on their recently released full length album, Welcome Reality, currently #5 on the electronic section of itunes. Love to see these guys doing it big, download the track above.
So I know I’ve been posting a ton of Nero tracks lately, so I PROMISES this will be the last one for a while (get it?). Anyways, Nero’s full-length album Welcome Reality has finally been released (U.S on the 16th) and I gotta say I’m pretty blown away. Angst, a track I’ve actually known since last year, is forsure my favorite on the album. A remix of Stressed by Justice, this track fuc**ing bangs hard. Download to see what I mean – oh and BUY the full album here.
We got a new Nero track for you guys today coming off Nero’s upcoming Promises EP. This track is definitely different than what Nero has been putting out lately, but it still has the Nero vibe that I love. Being more Drum & Bass influenced (rather than dubstep), New Life shows the versatility these two guys have at producing. I love seeing these guys making it big – Nero has been getting some well-deserved hype from their latest songs (Feel So Close remix and their collab with Skrillex on Promises). Hopefully New Life will do the same.
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Dope picture right? It’s a good day when you wake up to a new Nero remix up on UKF. Calvin Harris is a beast, and Nero can’t produce a bad remix, so this song pretty much has to be good. This definitely has the Nero sound to it – the drop is there and they always like to use vocals in their tracks. Thinking about emailing Dirtyphonics to request a remix of this…their Me & You remix is insane.
Skrillex and Nero on the same track? Don’t even press the play button – save some time and just download it. I loved the original Promises track, and I may love this remix even more. Skrillex definitely brings something to the table for this banger, while the Nero guys do what they do best. I’ve seen Nero live – but not Skrillex. All I know is that I want to hear this song loud as fuck, with flashing lights everywhere and a lot of bass as well.
Nero is at it again, this time bringing Sub Focus along to add a little Drum and Bass feel to the track as well. This one has a combination of great vocals, drum and bass builds, and that classic Nero drop. Definitely one to rock the speakers with. Kollect it, turn it up, and jam.
No, not DatsiK, DallasK. DallasK is a relatively new dubstep producer hailing from Orlando, Florida (not Dallas like you may have guessed). This dude tears it up in this Nero remix, easily passing the original track. It’s exciting to see so many new dubstep artists hitting the scene; this genre is really evolving right in front of us. Start off your Friday right and download this banger, put it on a CD, and blast it in your car with the windows down on the highway. Loving this weather. Enjoy.
Check out this brand new banger from the two Londoners featuring powerful vocals and a huge, club-friendly bassline. Coming off of their new album “Welcome Reality” on MTA records this track will definitely give your sub-woofer a workout. Take a listen below!
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Nero remixes the popular Hypnotize U by N.E.R.D. and does a sick job. In my opinion this is a lot better than the original. It’s faster paced and has better instrumentals. It has a lot more energy and I think that’s just what this song needed. Solid lyrics and erie vocals courtesy of N.E.R.D.
“Just close your eyes let me hypnotize you, I can make your storm feel sky blue.”
This morning I woke up to an email from Jared Jackson, a member of the Split Second rap group. He sent me his dope rework of the very filthy track Innocence by Nero. I loved the original, but knew that it was missing something. JJ fills in this missing part with some mean hip-hop flow and intertwines it perfectly with the original song to create one epic tune. I can’t wait to see what these guys roll out with in the future.