March 1st. Where was winter? Great month ahead for music. I am seeing producers getting more and more creative. Music is evolving rapidly already this year. With a year like the last for the EDM scene it’s going to be amazing to see what all comes out of this year. Spring is in the air and festival plans are being made. I have some really amazing releases for this week. I am very excited to annouce the new EP from Indy’s own jFet!
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SPLIT THE ATOM : SPECIAL EDITION
Thirty two mind boggling tracks from this amazing group would be insane not you have in your collection. All the best releases from last year. A ton of remixes from some of the best producers in the game such as, Kill The Noise, Datsik, Excision, and 16 Bit. No need to say more on this get it now.
Here’s the latest EP from the handsome brg himself on his Buygore imprint. Borgore, the most controversial artist in dubstep, is back with BEATPORT EXCLUSIVE PRODUCT Flex – inc remixes from Drumstep don Figure, label friends Document One and Borgore himself Also included on the package is another cut from Borgore ft Dev (Bass Down Low, Like a G6). Instrumental of all mixes are also included on the package.
Red Mob/HKFIFTYONE/URBAN ASSULT
Three tracks that will surely blow your mind. This release is massive. Urban Assult does not disappoint on this remix. Pick it up now!
Top Weekly Tracks
Garbage by Numbernin6 (Bare VIP Remix) by Dubstep.net Dear God 2.0 by The Roots ft. Monsters of Folk (Zeds Dead Remix) by Dubstep.net Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye ft. Kimbra (KDrew Remix) by Dubstep.net Pimp C ft Mike Jones and Bun B – Pourin Up – Gladkill and pOSH Remix by Gladkill I Got Love by Nate Dogg (ENiGMA Dubz Remix Master) by Dubstep.net
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MARK OF THE jFET
ONE FOR ALL RECORDS
A year in the making jFet is finally going to make his “mark” on the scene. Coming March 5th to One For All Records is his first release “Mark of the jFet”. Featuring “Get Naked”, “#13″. and “RE:member” featuring mrTronik. jFet AKA Richard Jangatha has a very electronic dubstep feel with lasers and phontons added. He is no Jedi but his sounds are out of this world. A member of the G-9 Collective and IndyMojo in Indianapolis where he made his live debut in 2011, he has become a local favorite. These are some gigantic tracks he put working into his production and you can really tell he has created his own sound. Be sure to pick this up March 5th on Beatport