Tuesday, October 18, 2011

A new artist for the Triple Post today, feast your ears on Rustie

This song has so much energy, yet at the same time it has a very laid back chill feel. Be sure to hear the 'drop' at 3:33, good stuff. From the first drop at :28, to the last one at 2:16, this song kept my head nodding. There's not much I can say about this tune, fantastic drops and that high pitched voice and claps that're so prevalent throughout the album. Overall it's a great album that showcases his unique style of dubstep. You can follow him on twitter and while you're at it you can follow the DubstepLog twitter here. That's it for this Tuesday, see you tomorrow where I'll be dropping the B-side to yesterday's late post.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Today's Triple Post dedicated to the one and only Gooral

First song I ever listened to of his, the moment that flute kicks in with the rain stick in the background I knew I was in for a world of sound. It's the vocals that make this song for me, a beautiful falsetto is not something heard in electro often. The piano is so moving in this track, it's almost too good for words. The way it leads into the bells at :31 is phenomenal. Then the wub comes in 1:02 and it's smooth sailing from there on out. Love this track!

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Today's Triple Post, a mashed up dubstep rendition of Outkast (And a free download!)

These three are in order that they came off the EP (I think, posting from work without sound). I think the artist could've done a bit more to remix the tunes and acapellas, but they're all a fantastic listen nonetheless.

On this song the acapella was slowed down tremendously, which you can especially hear in the chorus. It's an awesome track though, and leads us into our final song this Tuesday.

This is my favorite tune this Tuesday, the way the acapella almost perfectly matches is fantastic. A great way to end this Tuesday.

Overall the EP is great, and you can grab it from the album bandcamp page here.