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  • Rameses B

    Rameses B – Game Of Thrones

    UK Music Producer – Uplifting/melodic D&B, Dubstep, Electro, Trance, Chillout & More!
    Rameses B is an incredibly talented artist who never cease to impress me! We’ve seen him lately on our facebook page improvising a wonderful piano performance and his musical skills speak for themselves in each and every of his production.

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  • Digitalchord

    Digitalchord – Mask To Kill

    Digitalchord joins the boat with his awesome song Mask To Kill. Vibrating to the vibes of this genre called Electro-house, you can be sure this is the type of song to crank anyone. As always, you can download this song for free!

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  • The Dutty Professor

    The Dutty Professor – VVValse Sentimentale

    The Dutty Professor is some next level sketched out producer who somehow someway keeps coming up with funky vibes, always exploring within the audio spectrum to discover new way to express his art. Proud innovator of the Chillcore genre, you can dive with him in this new music soundscape with his album “Enter Chillcore”.

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  • FancyFhreek – Heretic Sunset

    FancyFhreek – Heretic Sunset

    A native of Montreal, FancyFhreek’s Martin draws inspiration from a group of Dj’s and producers that includes Plastikman, Sven Väth, Deep Dish, Carl Cox, and Misstress Barbara, all of whom possess styles that have found their way into his sets. A personal friend of The BBC Music’s founder, FancyFhreek adds to our library bringing his chilled Electro, House and Minimal vibes.

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  • An artwork done for The Capitan Man

    The Capitan Man – None Shall Pass (Aesop Rock Remix)

    I know some of you who were waiting for another song from The Capitan Man and here it is! None Shall Pass is an awesome Dubstep remix with Aesop Rock vocals. Perfectly mixed together, The Capitan Man climbs another step to success with this new release. The Capitan Man’s largest inspiration that got his Dubstep career started was no one else but Skrillex. He is an artist out of Canada, Ontario, and got into the Dubstep scene not even a year ago!

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  • Artwork for Vose

    Vose – Schatz

    Vose, a simple name behind which hides a world of intricate yet soothing vibes. If you’re a regular, you already know this artist since this is not the first time I feature his work up on The BBC Music. When you see this name, you can instantly expect a quality tune. Chilled atmosphere, laid back beats and ingenious uses of percussion and drum sequences, Schatz is definitely an incredible song of this Dubstep sub-genre called Chillstep.

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  • Did you know Robokop started beatboxing under the name Yoshi J. at the age of 12?

    Robokop – At War

    Robokop, hailing from the Netherlands, brings a new production level to Dubstep. In fact, with so many producer/composers coming out of the region as of late, it’s a wonder that I’m only getting around to reviewing this track today. That’s my mistake, and one that I will not make again. I’m onto you Robokop, and I like what I’m hearing…

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  • James Lippy – Unfold

    James Lippy – Unfold

    This is not the first time one of James Lippy’s song are under the spotlight of The BBC Music. With the likes of MrRandomSong and MrSuicideSheep, this fresh drum and bass track surely have this special touch that differentiate a cool song from a real music sensation. With its catchy intro, Unfold will take you in a mighty journey where you can’t expect less but to be fulfilled with greatness.

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  • Some Quartus Saul artwork

    Quartus Saul – Tally Ho VIP

    As modern music continues to push the boundaries of composition techniques and technology, yet another composer armed simply with a calculator enters the mix. Quartus Saul, the German-born composer/producer joins Dubstep onslaught with his latest release “Tally Ho VIP”, lending an abstract perspective to an already abstract art form to anyone who will listen. Will you? We did, and we enjoyed it…

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