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.
“Here is the deal. I have been relegated to an outdated desktop computer after an unfortunate laptop crash so no access to my music (I’m probably the only writer working without an external hard drive). Good news, California badman Supreme steps in to sicken up your Sunday, enjoy his latest promo mixtape & cop the newest bassweight getting plays on Mistajam’s BBC1xtra show. US Dubstep stand up.” -joseph
“Hoe my god, look what we have brought you today.” – joseph
One of our favorite dastardly duos have been making a loud ruckus, a nasty sort of hootin & a hollerin if you will. The eclectic musicians known as K Theory have released news from their secret headquarters|hideout|yacht that one lucky music enthusiast will be making an appearance at this year’s HARD Summer Music Festival. The blaptastic producers gone wild do us dirty, serving up a sexy side of free loot to go along with their latest project: one contest, one ticket, one way to win.
Contest Rules are as follows:
Visit the K Theory Fan Page
Download or Listen to their music
Leave a comment on their wall & let them know which of their tracks you liked best to automatically be entered.
The winner is picked June 1st.
What an easy, simple way to get you to a party for free. Bassdirt and free swag, it doesn’t get any better.
Stream K Theory’s newest joint, an ass up face down bootleg of Gucci Gucci from Oakland WhiteGirlMob Member, Kreayshawn, while you day dream about this monstrously stacked lineup.
HARD Summer Music Festival
08 | 06 | 2011
Los Angeles State Historic Park
1245 N. Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
6 PM – 2 AM.
18+ to enter. 21+ to drink.
A track doesn’t get much more gangster sounding than that. I mean, c’mon, ‘Cakes & Jewelry’? (If you’re scratching your head at this point, perhaps you need to enlighten yourself — see definition 2.2). You know ma boy Sean Taylor is gonna be comin’ hard with a song named like that. It’s reinsuring to know that in a small genre that has long since left the spotlight, that some people are still out there keeping things alive. Sean keeps it wonky, and boy does he know how to bend some pitch and chop some vox! This track isn’t heavy on a wobble, its rather funky actually, making this some really fun and danceable stuff! Lots of bounce and a bassline that will get you bobbin’ head in no time!
Next up, a track that threw me about 2 years back in my earlier days of fidget. That abundance of bendy bass hitting you from every side of the stereo-space is reminiscent of Clark Able’s early work (and hey, Crooker’s still does fidget — Bumblebees anyone?). This track is straight dumb. The good kind of dumb. The dumb that makes you do this face, and whip your hair back and forth.
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.