Infrasound Artist Spotlight #5: Midnight Tyrannosaurus | Plus Interview with Midnight Tyrannosaurus & Rekoil
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Infrasound Artist Spotlight #5: Midnight Tyrannosaurus | Plus Interview with Midnight Tyrannosaurus & Rekoil

Midnight Tyrannosaurus (left) & Rekoil (right) SoundGarden Hall; Philadelphia, PA [May 1st, 2015] Photo by Mischief World Productions by Kyle Taylor | In the midst of a lineup brimming with forward-thinking producers and musicians, dubstep still holds a firm place for itself among the Infrasound Music Festival lineup year after year. It is both a testament and reminder that … Continue reading

Liquid Stranger vs. Mayor Apeshit – Weather Change EP
Bass / Drum & Bass / Dubstep/Drumstep / Electronic / Trap

Liquid Stranger vs. Mayor Apeshit – Weather Change EP

by Kyle Taylor | Liquid Stranger truly has a work ethic like no other. Not only is he constantly churning out new material, but he’s also consistently topping himself. The Swedish producer is never afraid to experiment with new rhythms and grooves, traversing his sound across a vast spectrum of genres and crossovers. For his latest release, … Continue reading

Barron – Trouble Maker EP [Dubstep//Bass]
Dubstep/Drumstep / Electronic

Barron – Trouble Maker EP [Dubstep//Bass]

Yesterday we shared the Black Label Vol. 1 EP by Never Say Die Records, commending it for its tribute to the old school, dark, aggressive dub that helped develop the genre’s roots. Today I have another EP for you guys in a similar light. Firepower Records is constantly putting forth new material, but all across the board. They seem to … Continue reading

Rekoil – Reclaimer (Part 2) [Dubstep//Drumstep]
Drum & Bass / Dubstep/Drumstep / Electro House

Rekoil – Reclaimer (Part 2) [Dubstep//Drumstep]

Some more fantastic filth from Rekoil was released today as he dropped the second part of his Reclaimer EP. After hearing part one along with some other fantastic releases from the young producer, we could not have been more excited for the release of part two. Reclaimer (Part 2) certainly has some some more drumstep … Continue reading