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Dubstepped Radio Episode 004


Dubstepped Radio
Yes yes, it’s the fourth episode of Dubstepped Radio.  I had to take a bit of a hiatus making them but we’re back in action.  This one’s heavily vocal with the talents of Jahdan Blakkamoore, Winstrong, Sky-I, MC Zulu, Rankin Scroo, DJ Collage, Jammer and Badness on the mic.  It starts off with some 2steppy rhythms by a trio of Texas producers and then moves into some synthy futuristic ’step from KidLogic and Zeno, a vocal bashment session, some club rhythms and a reggaeish outro.  Big!

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DS Radio 004 Tracklist:

01 - Fragile - Into the Night (Creative Space)
02 - FBOM - Vo Wacune (unreleased)
03 - Sines - Deja Vu (free tune)
04 - Zeno - The Tuner (Dirty Circuit)
05 - KidLogic - Dead Battery (unreleased)
06 - Noah D - Got U Now (Subway)
07 - Silverlink ft Jammer & Badness - The Message Is Love (Starkey Remix) (No Hats No Hoods)
08 - Nate Mars ft Jahdan Blakkamoore - Above & Beyond Dem (forthcoming “Concentric Circles”)
09 - Kush Arora ft MC Zulu - Lose Control (Kush Arora Productions)
10 - Winstrong & Sky-I - Big Up (Benga - Music Box) (unreleased)
11 - NTRLD & Thurgood - Pills (Double Drop Recordings)
12 - Blackheart - Dazed (unreleased)
13 - Austin Speed - Full Clip (Rogue Dubs)
14 - HD4000 - Jekal (forthcoming Mal Label Music)
15 - Megalodon - Apollo (unreleased)
16 - Kid Simple - Where You Left (Double Drop Recordings)
17 - Emu and Pawn - Gone (Perk Recordings)
18 - Rankin Scroo - My Trees (unreleased)
19 - Radikal Guru - Strong Dub (Dubbed Out)
20 - The Spit Brothers - Roll and Tumble VIP (Dubs Alive)
21 - DJ Sep & Jason Short ft DJ Collage - Get Your Dub Wet (Daly City Records)

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Lastly this is the first time I’ve distributed this podcast as an “enhanced podcast” in mp4 (m4a) format with built-in cover art and tracklist.  Please get back at me if you have any problems with this new access mode or if you want me to post a standard mp3 and I’ll get right on it.

 

DJ Sep and Jason Short with Juakali and DJ Collage on a Mochipet Remix Ting


The heavyweight MCs Juakali and DJ Collage team up with DJ Sep (Daly City Records, Dub Mission) and Jason Short (Auralism) to create two bass heavy reworkings of Mochipet’s “Get Your Whistle Wet.”    The original is totally mutated in this redub such that the only remnants are some cut up vocals and a siren noise.  Abundant bass weight keeps the low end in control with alternate vocal takes from Juakali and DJ Collage.  Fans of L.V., RSD, Antiserum, and Mungo’s Hi Fi should definitely give a listen.  Dubwise!

DJ Sep & Jason Short ft Juakali - Get Your Dub Wet

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DJ Sep & Jason Short ft DJ Collage - Get Your Dub Wet

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This one out today from Daly City Records:

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Surya Dub 2nd Anniversary with the Gaslamp Killer and 2562


February 7th marked the 2nd anniversary of the Surya Dub monthly here in San Francisco.  The show was massive.  The Sub Hz den at Club Six was the location for an excellent opening from Kid Kameleon (S.F., xlr8r, Surya Dub) and Kush Arora (S.F., Surya Dub) leading up to the Gaslamp Killer (L.A., Low End Theory, Brainfeeder) and 2562 (The Netherlands, 3024, Tectonic).  MC Daddy Frank and DJ Collage wrecked the mics all night long, keeping the vibe killer.

The Gaslamp Killer

The Gaslamp Killer

The Gaslamp Killer had a unique and exciting style of performing involving raw, sawtoothy beats and elaborate lights. Most of the set was grimy dubstep a la Emalkay, 6blocc, Roommate, and Skream’s dark side, but there was also a hiphop interlude from the likes of Dr. Dre and Ghostface because “if it weren’t for hip hop I wouldn’t be here.”  Believe that.

Tunes were cueued and dropped when the time was right leaving the time the tune is playing to dancing, eqing and effects.  This broke up the continuity of the dance a bit but when the tunes were rolling the crowd was goin nuts.  Really enjoyed the set.  Some video here courtesy of Big Up Magazine.

 

 

 

2562

2562 came all the way from The Hague to rock San Francisco, and he surely did.  He was a seamless DJ, mixing and blending dubs (on cds) with more well-known, released tunes.  I was having a hell of a great time but I think it came as a shock to a lot of the crowd as the style was so different from GK’s.  2562 produces dubstep that borders on dub-techno and as a result can be pretty mellow.

As the set progressed the tunes became slightly more aggressive which it seems is what people wanted that night.  DJ Collage and MC Daddy Frank also really stepped up in this set and took the crowd along with them.  I’m not sure I’ve seen a MC transform a set quite as much as DJ Collage did that night.  Good times for sure.  More video courtesy Big Up can be found here.

 

 

Gorgeous photos from knkoehler, view the entire set here.  Respect.