Over the past few months, Adventure Club has risen to become one of my favorite dubstep remix groups. This duo from Montreal has a very cool style, with smooth bass, big drops, and a huge focus on keeping the core elements of their original pieces in tact. These guys haven’t even been making music for a year, and their tunes have taken over the scene, with eleven songs racking up well over one million plays on their Soundcloud alone.
Today I’ve compiled a kollection of their work, linking to their original Soundcloud uploads. Above are my favorite tracks out of their eleven total.
Krewella is a relatively new name for me, but this three person team from Chicago has really been hitting the scene hard lately. Their recent track, One Minute has a lot of vocals on top of some smooth builds, drops, and of course, your dubstep grime. This isn’t the best dubstep in the world, but I did find myself listening to this one over and over again for the melody and vocals. Take a listen and see what you think – downloads are free, as usual!
Here’s an amazing dubstep track sent to me by a few people recommending Fytch’s work. Earthquake starts with some slow vocals building up to an awesome drop. The dubstep section of this song isn’t overbearing or too grimy for the casual dubstep listener. Smooth, catchy, and beautiful, take a listen to this one below and download for free!
Wow, what a Skreamix this is. Skream, of Magnetic Man, takes on Miles Kanes’s indie sound to create this incredible, bass-heavy monster of a track. The bass, synth, and beats all seem to come together perfectly, creating one masterpiece of a song – and available for free at 320kbps. Download below or take a listen – either way, this song deserves a spot in your kollection.
I honestly don’t care if this isn’t true dubstep, it’s easily one of the dirtiest songs I’ve ever heard and definitely deserves a spot in your Kollection. A tribute to White Stripes, The Glitch Mob put together this horribly filthy remix to one of their most memorable anthems, Seven Nation Army.
Download this. Now.
Hadouken! is a band that started in 2006 out of England, a five-person rave band that has been steadily gaining traction in the US. The original track is technically classified as a grime song, but the remix is much more bass-heavy and upbeat. Take a listen below and download for free. The original is below, a look into their upcoming, unnamed album.
I found this on the Glitch Drop this morning and haven’t been able to stop playing it all day. Slof Man‘s remix of Glaciers was posted earlier this week, and I’m honestly having a hard time deciding which one I like more. Roksonix creates a much more energetic version – ideal for bumping at parties. Take a listen below and let me know what you think!