Tag Archives: dubstep

THE HOUSE (& DUB) REPORT

by ND McCray ► Dam-Funk / Toeachizown – (electro-funk/boogie) / Released 10/26/09 When I listen to anything by Dam-Funk aka “The Ambassador of Boogie Funk” all I can think about: drop-tops and do-rags on a lazy summer afternoon. Think back to the scene from “Menace II Society” where dude rolls up in his drop-top Mustang, bumping [...]

STS9 – PEACEBLASTER: THE NEW ORLEANS MAKE IT RIGHT REMIXES

by mike schoeck Santa Cruz, California jam band Sound Tribe Sector 9 are arguably the most electronic and experimental of the jam band niche. With a relentless touring schedule which has found the band at just about every summer music festival, the Tribe took some time out to release a benefit recording, Peaceblaster: The New [...]

MARTYN: GREAT LENGTHS

by ND McCray I have to get to Amsterdam, and soon! The Dutch are killing it right now in terms of electronic music. I just copped my latest obsession – Great Lengths (3024) by Holland’s-own-electro DJ Martyn (aka Martijn Deykers). Artist: Martyn Song: Yet . The album is many things: dubby-house, dubstep and funky techno [...]

WHAT’S DUB GOT TO DO WITH IT?

by ND McCray Recently I listened to the latest single from Snoop called “Snoop Dogg Millionaire”, created with drum n bass producers Chase and Status from their hit “Eastern Jam”.  No doubt, it’s a dubstep banger with its dark and grimy beat, and more than a million plays on MySpace – but really does Snoop [...]