by Keegan Goudie
EDM, Funky, Heavy
Tags: Astronaut, Buku, Crunch, Delta Heavy, Dubstep, EDM, Heavy, Here To Stay, Lady Chann, Never Say Die Records, No Tomorrow Recordings, Zomboy
On March 4th, No Tomorrow Recordings and Zomboy will release this.
The crunchy, energetic sound of Zomboy has mesmerized the crew here at Rager Onions for quite some time now. His highly-anticipated single, ‘Here to Stay’ (ft. Lady Chann) will be one of summer 2013’s biggest dubstep anthems.
We only call it ‘this’, because we don’t really know what to think of it. It sounds like :37 seconds of satanic heaven. Like the first time you saw a preview for Super 8, except it’s obviously not going to suck.
OWSLA. Dim Mak Records. Mau5trap. Spinnin Records. Anjunabeats. Toolroom Records.
There’s a reason why this label has been climbing the EDM ranks faster than grandma with a cheetah taped to her back.
Seem like we’ve thought about this before? We have.
Newcomers Tristam and Braken recently released their new hit single “Flight”, and it hits about as hard as a monstercat could. Or would. Or should.
Start with a sweeping intro. Throw in a complextro kick. Add some snarling bass. Then finish her off with some pulsating synths. And maybe a vocal chop or two.
Catch the break below, and checkout Monstercat’s website for the latest and greatest from this up and coming label.
Watch out Japan. There’s a new zilla in town.
Meet London native Dan Hardingham, better known by his stage name Filthzilla. Here’s what Dan has to say about EDM:
“When I first discovered Dubstep sometime around 2005 it gripped me. Somehow it expressed my emotion and personality in a way Pop and whatever other music genres that people listen to, couldn’t. I’m not usually one for hippy statements like that but there’s no other way to describe it… it defined me.”
For all you aspiring producers out there, take note. Among the many skills EDM producers possess, one takes precedent.
And when that doesn’t work, there’s always beat matching…