One of the pioneers of the genre dubstep, London based Skream just released his debut disco single “Rollercoaster” featuring the vocals of fellow London based Sam Frank and it is amazing. He delivers a smash of a dance track that’s infectious from the beginning and will having you wish it never ended. He releases the song with a clever very fitting music video including a “Disco Comet” packing a surprise at the end.
Skream has made a bold shift from Dubstep to Disco over the past year, playing unstoppable pure disco sets for months, so it was only time before we heard an original from him. He proves that he is so much more than a “dubstep artist”, but in fact an incredible producer capable of many genres and sounds. You will have to replay this video as we are getting teased with the official single release date not being till October 27th. Pre-Orders are available now so you don’t forget.
Skream – Rollercoaster feat. Sam Frank | Pre-Order
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Holy Ship!!! took place for it’s second encounter providing the ultimate 3 day electronic cruise experience. The unique event acts as a vacation for some of the top Dj’s in the world, and one of the most unique experience between fan and artists. From catching the nutty lineup featuring artists like Boys Noize and Justice and Skrillex throwing down Back 2 Back sets left and right to Skream and Benga and Baauer throwing out of the element straight hip-hop sets, being able to do activities like Putt Putt Mini-Gold with Dillon Francis, it is becoming one of the most legendary events in the electronic community. This video gives us a brief glimpse at all the sweaty sets that went down all throughout the ship, and then the incredible Beach Party on the private island in the Bahamas. Go listen to Diplo’s set from the Beach Party while you are wishing you were there right now.
NEWS: Pre-Booking for Tickets and rooms for Holy Ship 2014 are going to be going on sale March 5th, since last year sold out well in advance, start planning if you are planning and sailing off next year with what promises to be another insane lineup. We will keep you updated on any info, make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the most up to date information.
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Excited to bring you a brand new, completely free 5 song EP from two people who contributing to the shaping of the genre dubstep, Skream & Benga. These two producers have been in the game since the early 2000’s. Skream’s been acclaimed for taking dubstep in a more melodic direction. This EP is amazing, and even though I’m honestly only really in love with 5 of the tracks, those 3 hit so hard. The bass is so massive and full on these songs it’s a little unreal. They all have an almost dark feeling to them. Turn it up, enjoy!
Scion A/V Presents Skream & Benga EP | Direct Download
Benga – Any Steppers | Download
Skream – Nefariousa | Download
Skream – Phat Head | Download
Today I’ve got a very crunchy dubstep remix to the already sick track ‘Anticipate’ — by dubstep legend Skream. The original track is for sale, so it was sick to be able to post up a filthy remix for free download. This version was done by Feature Cuts, an up and coming dubstep producer from Houston, Texas. It’s right on the border of being too filthy, but doesn’t quite cross it. Love that catchy intro section to the song, and then the drop is very crunchy. I’ve also included the original to stream as well as the Netsky drum and bass remix, both are very amazing, and for sale through iTunes here. Find some good speakers to really hear these tracks, turn it up, enjoy!
Skream – Anticipate (Original Mix) Stream Only | iTunes
Skream – Anticipate (Netsky Remix) Stream Only | iTunes
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