Staring off 2011 right, Sketch Records drops it’s first dubstep EP. True to their founding ethos (to bring you the finest Electro, Fidget, Dubstep and Breaks) this one has been in the works for a while now, as Sketch Records has dedicated itself to dropping only the filthiest of beats.
French Dubstep supremo Mr Wesh opens fire on this release which can only be described as LETHAL! All these tunes are larger than life, bringing you a dash of evil rhythms and a heavy sprinkling of womp. Where’s mah dubstep crew at?
The guys from bassmusicblog have been delivering some heavy stuff, release after release. They’ve recently release there first single of 2011, ‘V’s Up’, which is already out on Stamp! Beats. This is the 10th single from our ’12 singles over 12 months’ project (April 2010 – March 2011). The release has seen reviews from Mixmag (4/5) and DJ Mag (8/10) and great DJ reactions from Crookers, Drop The Lime, Bassline Smith, Tomb Crew and many more. Some solid break wobble in this latest tune — nice to see Heavyfeet putting some of the dirty dirty back in his music! Check it outtttt!
Also coming from bassmusicblog, I.D. recently sent us something a bit off his normal path. He’s taken a break from his usual bass-heavy productions to put together a wonderful mix of house and disco, starting off at the treacly depths of 98BPM and working it’s way on up from there. I thoroughly enjoyed this, and I’m sure you will too!
Om Unit – Corridor – Terrorrhythm
6th Borough Project – Do It To The Max – Delusions Of Grandeur
Hot Toddy ft Ron Basejam – I Need Love (Morgan Geist’s Love Dub) – Eskimo
Trickski – Pill Collins – Suol
Franc Spangler – Open Eyes – Delusions Of Grandeur
Jimmy Edgar – B There – Glass Table
Mark E – Nightmover – Creative Use
Mark E – Nobody Else (Bonus Beats) – Running Back
Cisco Cisco – If You Want Me (Jay Shepheard mix) – Apersonal Music
Eddie C – My Woman (PBR Streetgang mix) – Wolf Music
The Dead Rose Music Company – Just A Bitter Love – Wolf Music
2020 Soundsystem – Ocean (Ray Mang remix) – 2020Vision
Behling & Simpson – Politics
Kink – Rachel – Ovum
On the 22nd of September, we turned one year old over here at CYV™ (and yes, I know it is now October 7th),and for this joyous celebration, we have a plethora of goodies! We’ve come along way since the start of the blog — we really had no idea the readership was going to grow as fast as it did. It started off with just three members and was a place for us to post up tunes we liked; before we knew it, music was flowing into the inbox on the weekly. We’d like to thank all the readers who’ve been supporting us, especially those from our starting months, and also the many artists that have allowed us to share full quality material with everyone! Keep sending us your music!
We asked a couple of artists to put together some exclusive mixes for our birthday celebration, so thats how we can begin this post.
Bone Idle Records is a spanky fresh new label with more than just potential. Off the bat, they’ve pulled in some extremely talented artists, so I don’t think it’ll be long before the name starts making its rounds around the web. They started things off with the Protect the Innocent E.P. from Carbon Parlour, which features remixes from 3D Criminalz, Jack Smith, NS2, & Campbell (many of which have already been featured here on CYV™). Red Hot and Wannabe King are very much electro, so 3DCriminalz flipped the script and cooked up a wobble frenzy while Jack Smith and Campbell went for some more traditional fidget. NS2 switched things up even more with broken beat mix, which breaks up the styles a bit, showing everyone Bone Idle Records isn’t stuck on one groove!
Direct quote from Claire Bradford, the label’s owner: “For me personally I wanted this to be a label that doesn’t ignore new artists when they send in demos, so while we need established talent I also want to hear new guys on the scene and let them know that they will hear back from us and we will keep in touch as they develop, and we will offer technical advice if its needed. Our scene in the UK is very much the home made producer and there is a huge gap in knowledge when it comes to providing a polished piece of music. So if anyone reading your blog is creating the music we love, then they can send a link to their music to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop us some music into our Soundcloud dropbox and we will take a listen and get back to them.”
You can also catch a preview of their next release for Andru Pozzatron’s Get On Up, right here!
Be on the lookout for this cat — Pozzatron has some very well-crafted, off-the-wall beats!