Sunday, 15 November 2009
The Ilictronix guide to Dubstep, part 1: Skream
I've been listening to quite a lot of dubstep recently, so I thought I'd share some of my collection with you all. Over the next few weeks, I'll be featuring some of my favourite dubstep artists in a mini series.
It seemed logical to kick off with perhaps the best known name in dubstep, genre pioneer Skream. His track "Midnight Request Line" was an underground smash back in 2006, and now he's back with two new singles, old skool jungle cut "Burnin' Up" and reverb-drenched stomper "Memories of Third Base". That's not to say he's not been busy during that big three-year gap though, delivering 5 installments of his "Skreamizm" EP series and powerful remixes for the likes of Klaxons, Distance, Bat For Lashes and, of course, La Roux. Here are a selection of my favourite Skream cuts.
Skream - Midnight Request Line [right click to download]
Skream - Stagger [right click to download]
Skream - Check-It (feat. Warrior Queen) [right click to download]
Skream - Summer Dreams [right click to download]
Skream - Midnight Request Line (Zinc Remix) [right click to download]
Bat For Lashes - Pearls Dream (Skream's Pour Another Glass Of Champers Remix) [right click to download]
Keep it funky,