Dose Of Dub

 We are back with the second segment of Dose Of Dub, and there have been some pretty big tunes that have been released in the past week.  This time, we have some big dub songs that were released by Terravita, Roksonix, Rogue and also some trap songs from artists like RL Grime and a heRobust Run Da Trap Bootleg of ‘Internet Friends’ by Knife Party.  But first we will look at one of my favorite songs of the week, ‘Spicy By The Glass’ by Terravita.  It first starts off with a funk-type of sound with heavy bass notes, then leads into a massive drop.

 

Next up we have an original from a Roksonix, someone who I’m not too familiar with right now, but will be after hearing their latest, ‘Dogfight’.   This one came off of their latest EP that was just released.  Unlike ‘Spicy By The Glass’ this songs goes hard from beginning to end.

 

The final song for the dubstep portion is an original by the up-and-coming 21-year-old dubstep star, Rogue, with the helpful addition of some nice vocals from Laura Brehm.  He just released his EP Dreams, and it is already #1 on the dubstep charts on Beatport and #2 overall, so this guys is obviously playin for keeps.

 

Now moving into the trap phase of the segment.  First we have a remix from RL Grime of Benny Bennasi’s legendary ‘Satisfaction’.  On this one, he takes a little bit more mellow approach rather than the hard-hitting bass and hip-hop vibe like as in his remix of ‘Mercy’.

 

To close things out, I came across an interesting and pretty well-done trap remix of ‘Internet Friends’ by Knife Party.  This is a HeRobust Run Da Trap Bootleg and he puts a different twist on this one while still keeping the feel from the original.

Connor

Connor

Holding it down from the Pacific Northwest, another Seattle native, Connor has been in the EDM scene for the past several years. Messing around with all different sorts of sounds, Connor is the Dubstep Editor, but also loves genres from trap to trance. Connor will be planning to stay in the music industry after college, but for now; OTB all the way.
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