Today I want to shed some light on our very own Rubberteeth. In the most recent news, one of his remixes for Carbon Parlour was featured in Benny Benassi’s radio mix #176 (11/20/11). You can check that out here. Talk about your big name DJ support on that. Effin Benny Benassi supportin’ that rubwobble.
On top of that, the kid has been droppin’ new fire on his cloud almost every week. Here are a couple of his latest bootygroovers:
Also, catch this remix that WellSaid and Rubberteeth did of Duck Sauce’s ‘Big Bad Wolf’: Mediafire Download
Keep your eyes on this guy. He’s destined for greatness in 2012.
Say Hello to Motez. This Australian-based producer is originally from Baghdad, but made his journey to the big island in 2006 to continue pushing his music. He’s been makin’ tunes since 1998 (granted these fell under the Trance/Progressive feel — but hey, WHO wasn’t producing that kind of stuff in 98?) and is now thick in the game, producing tracks that have garnered support from Miles Dyson, Frederik Mooij, Geht’s Noch?, Audiobotz, Carbon Parlour, Andru Pozzatron, and many more! He’s quite the busy guy, with releases on Plasmapool, Backzide and Loudroom Records. Of the latter (for his “A Trick or Two EP”), we saw some quality remixes from Nick Supply, Jackinori, and Frederick Mooij.
His latest “No Need to Panic” EP has been released on Plasmapool and is some real quality high energy jack. Being that this genre coincides so closely with the fidget movement, you’ll get a taste of some wonky bass and chunked out vocals — just what you need to twerk that booty like a club rat allstar! The actual tune ‘No Need to Panic’ is superb. His alternating bass chops give the track some real bounce, and once the second drop hits, you’re eardrums are blessed with some crazy upward-bending synths that really step up the intensity of the track.
One of my broducers (I recently coined this term for all my ‘producer bros’) from Australia, Brent Nasternak, recently dropped a nice little techno/electro EP. Reminds me a bit of my earlier days getting into the music — the latter two tracks even seem to have a bit of an acid vibe to ‘em. The last tune on the EP, ‘Sketch’ is my favorite. The track bounces back between booming sub bass and acid stabs and really holds a strong techno flavor throughout. This guy makes all kinds of different music, so don’t hesitate to check out his soundcloud and see what he’s been up to!
My nautical talk is on point, yes? Swab them poopdecks and point the mast due west — we’re going down under to the land of Wallabeats & Bangaroos to visit one of Australia’s most talented producers, Riggers! This guy popped onto my radar about a month ago, and since then I’ve been seeing his name EVERYWHERE! From break-style fidget beats to well-crafted electro, this guy has some mad skills. His latest release, The Rumble Strip EP, dropped just a couple days on the 25th for one of CYV’s favorite labels, Sketch Records.
Pumping, thumping main-room Electro is the name of the game with ‘No Response;’ Riggers hits hard every time and this is the knock out punch! Sun, sea, sky are the Riggers colours, and this track is a true Aussie summer snapshot! He follows it up well with ‘Nine Hours Driving’ and ‘We Can Drive,’ both of which truly exhibit a mature sound; this kid has his production locked up tight.