Even since the beginning of dubstep these guys have been mixing only the most disgusting of Bass music.
Ego Thieves have been responsible for the Dubfluencial mix-tapes since day one. Impeccably fused. These are only some selections from the 9th edition.
This is their newest Dubfluencial album with plenty of exclusive tracks as always.
and of course
In Bass we Trust.
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Out of Caspa’s notorious DUBPOLICE crew comes The Others, yet another pair of London-based deviants. The duo (producers D-Code & DeXterous) began dominating the scene four years ago, and through their noticeably distinct sound, quickly found themselves implanted as a pillar of the scene. If these two are not already on your radar, give them a listen. They’re worth your time.
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This Guy is interesting…
super dope bass
Datsik is one of our all time favorite producers. A fellow BC native, Datsik played a set at Shambhala 2010 I don’t think I will forget any time soon. He played a 330 am set after a terrorizing onslaught from Excision earlier on. Datsik closed with Doctor P’s remix of “Last Ones Standing” as the rain poured down and washed away the sweat off our faces after an epic night of wiling out in the Village. (Not to mention the PK sound.)
Magnetic Man = Benga + Skream + Artwork
Antiserum, Audio Angel, D-Program – These Sounds (courtesy of BOSA the hustla’)
Some relaxing spaced-out sounds for a change- from the one and only.. Skream.
A couple chill jams off his most recent LP Outside the Box that I overlooked when I first listened to the record in August: