Alright, now I am convinced that anything can happen in this world.
the Hip Hop Kings,
the Dubstep legend and
the Electro Gods created one of the most incredible drum and bass tracks I’ve heard. After listening to its badass
, it’s hard to imagine that someone could add so much love for it to get that much… not better, but different.
Did you know?
“Must Be The Feeling” is a remix of
Carmen’s 1984 single “Time To Move”
. Nero took that beautiful old-timer voice and remixed it to a modern version. Out of nowhere, different DJs around the world began to remix Nero’s version to all sorts of styles and genres. Go have a listen of the top 5 remixes I have gathered!
Starting off with the ‘
‘ by the dubstep legend, Nero:
I know we’ve already had the Delta Heavy remix posted, but as all the other good remixes of Nero’s hit, it belongs to the Marathon. This one is also the heaviest remix (besides maybe the Kill The Noise version), so it can’t just be left out!
Drum and bass you say? TAKE THIS! This is not one of your usual d’n’b tracks in which you keep hearing the same pattern over and over again.
is a producer duo, made up of Ben Hall and Si James, who is very known for its Dubstep and d’n’b remixes and/or the duo’s biggest hit single “
Hold Me (Original Mix)
”. With their remix of
Flesh & Bone
, Ben and Si really show what they are capable of. Starting off with an appealing intro, the two English DJs hit the spot with a nearly perfect drop, filled with lots of bass and solid synths.
Keep in mind, though: this track is just a preview! It is released on the 27
of February, but you can pre-order it
Emalkay feat. Rod Azlan – Flesh & Bone (Delta Heavy Remix)
The Extra is an insane Dubstep remix of one of Nero’s biggest tracks, “Must Be The Feeling”. And here we pick it up again; Delta Heavy does not disappoint. Be warned, don’t get fooled by the laidback intro, this track hits harder than you might think.
This one even has a free download!
, a French electro, dubstep and drum’n’bass DJ/producer, has recently released his new EP,
The Empire’s Trilogy
. Probably one of his best vibes I’ve heard. He is now 23 years of age, made his first productions almost 10 years ago and taught everything himself. That is probably why his tracks have such a unique and dope sound.
These guys have been drawing my attention for a while now. Lately they have been releasing one song after the other, one better than the other. The two New Yorkers really show their improvement with each song they release. Ryan Sinatra and Zack Fowler (
) have stepped it up on their last track and tried something new. Instead of their usual grimy dubstep and drumstep style, they produced a drum and bass song with cheerful melodies.
Have a listen to one of their grimy / shit hitting the fan drumstep tracks – I’m not sure what to think of this. I’m not a big fan of the intro, but the drop definitely has something special and unique to it. To be honest, the more I listen to this track, the more I like it. Defo a club banger!