Remember DJ Fresh's "Louder"? The track released in 2011 was of huge significance in the dubstep community, combining heavy bass sound with classic 90's inspired vocals. The original saw huge remixes from the likes of Dr. P, Flux Pavilion and Hervé. To this day, as the classic graces the sets of die hard bassheads, "Louder" still contains the same fervor and magnitude that it did 5 years back.
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Inspired by the depth and dub found in the Doctor P and Flux Pavilion rework of Louder, Crankdat has revealed his own gritty spin to the timeless tune. The Ohio based producer states, "Another one of my favorite dubstep classics was the Dr. P and Flux Pavilion remix of "Louder" by DJ. Fresh. I found the vocal online about 3 months ago while in Australia and made this in a few hours. It has been a staple in my sets ever since. This is definitely one of my favorite tracks that I did this past Summer, and I know you guys will love it.". In Crankdat's rework of "Louder", he takes on a filthy new age dubstep approach to the track. It's screeching synths and serrated bass-lines creates for a massive banger that will suit the bassiest of sets. In tribute to the indelible original, Crankdat does the track justice by giving it a jarring modern dubstep feel. Call yourself an ambulance ahead of time, this killer rework just might break your neck.