has tons of sick dubstep loops and samples for your next project, and they add more all the time. Definitely our choice for the best assets for your next track or mix.
Two things seem like they’re here to stay; remixes of Internet Friends by Knife Party, and trap. When you put those two trends together along with some talent provided by hRobust, you can a pretty enjoyable trap remix of an EDM classic.
Here’s a real treat. Now, being from Southern Louisiana, I may have a biased opinion towards soulful guitars and music you can chug a Dixie beer to, but I really think the masses will enjoy this next dubstep track. It’s a fusion of that southern, soulful guitar I just mentioned, with a deep bassline, hip-hop lyrics and a nice drop that will raise an eyebrow or two. Just give it a listen to see what I mean.
Oh my goodness! I haven’t seen a Savant track up in what seems like forever. Savant, AKA Aleksander Vinter, apparently knows how to rock the house out in Norway. If you like your new dubstep filthy, you’re going to enjoy what Savant has to offer. It seems like every producer is dabbling in the trap music scene. If bass has a weight, this song is dropping 45 lb. plates all over your feet. You’ll notice that this trap song is a little slower in tempo than most. That slowing down makes it feel even filthier.