, released his Dubfix to Gary Glitter’s second part of ‘Rock and Roll’ just two days ago. It’s amazing how Andy recreated a classic piece of rock and roll from the year 1972 into such a dirty modern club banger that makes every single wall shake in your neighborhood. Get ready for a wild time travelling dubstep experience!
I think that is safe to say when it comes to the 18 year old Belgium based producer, Eptic. If you’ve enjoyed most
tracks, then you’re going to love this. The amazing and super funky bassline that Eptic delivered with all those well timed snares, kicks and drums really makes one feel
like a boss
‘Somebody That I Used To Know’
seems to be a track that gets remixed a lot, even though, the first few times I heard this song, I had troubles imagining how it could be remixed. I definitely knew it wasn’t an easy song to be redone. Here are three remixes that changed my mind
The first on is an electro remix by
enhanced with some sick spittin’. Really enjoying the dirty vibes this track is sending out.
turned this beautiful song into a more amazing house track. The drop on this remix is just stunning.
Last but not least;
’s Dubstep remix. The only thing that was missing in our Gotye remix collection. Hefty beats, mad basslines and exciting build ups.
If you haven’t heard about the legendary snowboarding game,
SSX (Snowboard Super Cross)
, you’ve missed out on something awesome. SSX, along with a few other games, such as
James Bond: Goldeneye 007
, were the games of my childhood. For many years I’ve forgotten the days I played on my GameCube, but as soon as I heard that Electronic Arts is releasing a new SSX on February 28
2012, I recalled those amazing times on my console. I don’t remember much of the soundtracks from my virtual snowboarding experience, but all I can say is that they were catchy. Sometimes I had this urge to play just to be able to listen to the tracks they played. The atmosphere of that game was just perfect for me.
The game already has
over 50 confirmed songs
for their soundtracks spanning different genres, and we have picked out the top 10 for you.
(Note: This is NOT set up in a specific order!)
Oh! Try to guess my favourite! Hint: its written somewhere on this post
Genre? “Pretty Lights”. If you ask me, it’s impossible to place
into any specific genre. No other artists even come close to Derek Smith’s unique style. This is his latest remix: a song by the old-school rap group
. A classic in my opinion.
A little quality Drum and Bass in a game like this can only do good. And who wouldn’t use this opportunity to have one of
This track is an interesting pick. I’m a huge fan of
, but I just can’t see most of his filthy dubstep hits to be soundtracks, especially this one. Maybe I’ll change my opinion on this when I’m racing down the slopes while pulling off some crazy freestyle tricks.
Here we have
again. This British duo is everywhere I look these days. Every time I listen to this track I can imagine myself selecting the character I’m going to use, the map, the difficulty and whatever you do on the menu. Who’s with me?
are a drum and bass band from Brighton, UK and consist of 3 members. Believe it or not, their origins are in heavy rock music and are made up of a drummer, bassists and a guitarist. Stompbox really pumps me up, putting me into this mood where I just want to win everything and beat everyone.
The vocals on this track are insanely alike to the young hip-hoper, Kid Cudi, but don’t be fooled! It is the NYC born rapper,
, himself. What a mindf*cking similarity, yet Theophilus London only has a little bit more than 1% of the fans Kid Cudi has!
(THIS IS MY FAVOURITE)
Mortal Kombat 9 was the last time
was featured in a video game. While Sonny’s interpretation of the Reptile Theme was a pump-up track that would’ve been epic to snowboard to, it remains part of the MK series as EA Sports used one of his older tracks to keep the soundtrack list a blast. Nevertheless, Scatta is kick-ass.
This is breakbeat; a very interesting genre that usually ranges around 90 – 110 bpm. ‘Done With That’ is a slightly faster production with 115 bpm accompanied by the ill vocals from
I don’t know if it’s just me, but
More or Les
has a really similar voice to Atmosphere. I’m a big fan of Atmosphere, so it wasn’t hard for me to like ‘A Lotta Talk’. It’s a good track to loosen up this entire EDM track list, especially in a game like this.
All of the tracks featured in SSX are amazing as they only highlight an even more amazing game. Be sure to pre-order it
or get it as soon as it is released February 28th. I am definitely going to get it and lock myself in my room for 48 hours.
Here we have
WOOP DEE DOO!
This time it’s a sick dubstep remix, though. There are a lot of DJs who have remixed Zedd’s hit “Stars Come Out”, such as
DATSIK’s Dubstep remake
Lazy Rich’s Electro House remake
, but this is one that definitely caught my attention. The masterminds who created this beauty are from Boston, call themselves
, and mainly produce Drumstep, Dubstep, and Drum’n’Bass.