The Growth

Sharps is the latest member of Bay Area label Muti Music’s able roster of dubstep and future bass artists who are providing the framework for the future of electronic production. “The Growth” is a choppy, sinewy track, bursting with dubby textures. And “thumbs up” on the album artwork. Eighties after-school cartoons rocked!

“The Growth” (download mp3)
from “Bad Sister”
(Muti Music)
The Growth (play)

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Pushing Daisies Thru The Dubstep, High On Mimosa

Dubstep meets dancehall, filed under reggae, from an LA artist named after a breakfast champagne drink with plenty of vitamin C. Yes! And why not? I love the vintage video game noises and 80’s clap track puppies on this porridge. “Six million ways to die, choose one,” explains our host. ‘Lectronic brain-melting dubfishies.

“Pushing Little Daisies” (download mp3)
from “Silver Lining”
“Pushing Little Daisies” (play)
(Muti Music)
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An-ten-nae Goes All International w/ Karim So, Sica

Aww, you know we international. Not sure about you kidz, but I still love air travel. It gives me a thrill every time we lift off and experience the miracle of flight. This sicko piece of electronic club mashing evokes the wide open skies of modern life most eloquently. An-ten-nae, coast to coast, over the pond, north south east west, baby.

“We International feat. Karim So, Sica” (download mp3)
from “Acid Crunk EP 8”
“We International” (play)
(Muti Music)

iLL.Gates Jams “In Di Streets (feat. Masia One and Meesha)”

Those SF Music Sluts told me they saw ill.Gates 4 times this year, and every night he played this track. This leads me to believe this one is one of ill.Gates’ favorite tracks of the year. His treatment of it is spectacularly entertaining. Up to the minute dubstep backs hip-hop dancehall freakin’. Why, this is more urban than an urb. And what is an urb? Why, it’s like an orb, only urban. Cos I said so. Cos in the streets we dub it. iLL.Gates, take it away.

“In Di Streets (feat. Masia One and Meesha)” (download mp3)
from “The Ill.Methodology”
“In Di Streets” (play)
(Muti Music)

Dubsteppin’ To Da Sound A Da Bass feat. Naada

Dubstep freakiness. It’s Saturday, whaddya want? Your parents don’t like this. Enjoy.

Love and Light, Stephan Jacobs
“Sound A Da Bass (feat. Naada)” (download mp3)
from “143”
“Sound A Da Bass (feat. Naada)” (play)
(Muti Music)
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Son Of Kick Plays The Villian (In Dub!)

London dubstepper Son Of Kick has fun playing the villain in this tour de madness. Dubstep continues to evolve rapidly, adding to its distinctive sonic vocabulary while continuing to tickle the sweet spots it has already found. This is urban ultra-modern music for pleasure.

Son Of Kick
“Playing The Villian (Dub Version)” (download mp3)
from “Playing The Villian”
(Muti Music)
“Playing The Villain” (play)
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Enter The Audiovoid With “Lurk Sauce”

Audiovoid‘s “Lurk Sauce” is an up-to-the-minute slavishing of aural entropy over a grainy nocturnal canvas. The sounds on this are brilliant. I have never heard a synth try to vomit in quite this way. Gr8 urban fun from this distinctly San Francisco artist.

“Lurk Sauce” (download mp3)
from “Lurk Sauce”
(Muti Music)
“Lurk Sauce” (play)
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FreQ Nasty “Dread At The Controls (Radio Edit)”

FreQ Nasty’s name alone is good enough to win the MP3 Jackpot, and his song “Dread At The Controls” is just that, a Winner! Check him out when the ‘Monsters of Bass’ comes to your town.

FreQ Nasty
“Dread At The Controls (Radio Edit)” (download mp3)
from “Dread At The Controls”
(Muti Music)
“Dread At The Controls (Radio Edit) (play)

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