Twofold shows us what post-dubstep music should sound like, more akin to its Drum ‘N Bass, Dance (almost techno if you will) roots and less bass-centered “wub wub” music (as Borderlands 2 so amusingly put it) on their EP “The Second Phase”.
I bought their EP on Beatport.com after hearing the first single “Skyfire.” Always a fan of vocal dance music this song, struck a chord with me, no pun intended. Also on the EP, “Goliathus” and “Violet” are stand out tracks making Twofold a definite artist to look out for in dance clubs. The final track “Sector 14” goes back to the mainstream dubstep sound, or almost a Heavy Drum ‘N Bass track centered around a “noisy” buildup, climax and breakdown. Nevertheless, for the price, this is a great EP for any EDM fan and for DJs, two of the tracks are already at the mix-friendly 140 BPM. Check ’em out for yourself!
Checking my YouTube subscriptions I almost reluctantly clicked on a new single shared by the group UKF Dubstep. Mainly because that last word in the groups name, the oft thrown around, and at times despised genre of music that hipsters won’t even give the time of day anymore.
However to my relief, LAXX’s “Step One” is not your everyday Dub track and what’s more, as a long time fan of EDM since before “Dubstep” was “invented,” what does it matter what the hipsters like? Let them have it, right?
The originators of the trap EDM turn up game have released a new Banned mix, titled “Banned 3D” the hour+ long mix compiles new trap music, with favorites from artists such as Juicy J, RiFF RaFF and more.
Check it out and show the HDY BOYZ some love. TURN UP!!