Wobble Wednesday is here again! Welcome back! If you're not already familiar with Wobble Wednesday, that's okay - we want to make your first time amazing. Most of what you'll be listening to here is often referred to as dubstep, but can encompass all genres of heavy bass music. To quote bass music artist ill.Gates, "When you look at what some of the bigger dubstep guys are doing now, they'll play some dubstep, they'll plass some drumstep, they'll plays some breaks, some drum and bass, and maybe some dance hall."
That's what Wobble Wednesday is all about. Sometimes it will sound like chainsaws raining down, other times it's going to bring back the reggae and dub roots from which dubstep rose. It could also be the hectic and upbeat sounds of drumstep. When you press play, we're going to inundate your eardrums with the wobble, punch and drop of thunderous bass. We recommend you play this music at a high volume. Playing bass music at low volume might as well be one of the seven deadly sins. Enjoy the music. We'll see you next Wednesday!
What do you guys think of putting some DNB in this post?
A Word From ELECT BLAKE:
Not to cramp Croydon's style - because you all know that he's the chemist when it comes to #WW - but I just had a little last minute gem I had to toss in here. It's from long-time Earmilk bretherin Love Thy Brother, based out of Montreal/Toronto. The brothers just released a dubier step take on "Blue Jeans" by "blog darling" Lana Del Ray - a vixen who's latest double side single "Video Games / Blue Jeans" should make some waves. Enjoy -
now back to your regular scheduled programming...
Skream Jam Of The Week:
"His production is so fucking clean but twisted, but the real thing is how he's shaken everything up without even knowing it. He's almost done to dubstep what me and Benga did to garage."-Skream on Skrillex.