Womp! Womp! Zoom! CRASH! Boing! Boing! REWIIIIIIIIIIIIIND! The Polish Ambassador has been brought to town (Seattle) by Bassdrop to throw down some grimy, glitchy, funky, sexy, and EXTRA spacey bassy beats. You had better make sure that only thing on your agenda tonight is to get your ass on the dance floor at Neumos. Tickets are only $15, so no excuses not to show. On top of having one of California’s finest in the building, the opening line up is off the hook too! With Tonzafun and Sunny Chiba representing Seattle, and Glitch & Swagga coming in from Wenatchee, WA, there will be nonstop incredible tracks back to back…to back…to back…to…back. See ya’ll there!
Here’s a Skream track that I’ve never heard, I thought I’d share it with you all. It’s not quite as loud as some of his other tunes, but its still maintains the Skream heaviness. Apparently this tune been around for a while, so if you’ve heard it, why not take another listen. If you haven’t… why not take a listen. If you haven’t heard of skream, check out more of his tracks here.
WHAT. THE. FUCK.
**HUGE TUNE WARNING**
**MIGHT BLOW YOUR SPEAKERS WARNING**
**MIGHT MAKE YOUR GIRLFRIEND DO THINGS ON THE DANCE FLOOR YOU DON’T WANNA SEE WARNING**
Usually when I am reading YouTube comments they are some of the most ignorant, redundant, unoriginal, and hilarious things human beings have ever written. This comment is different though. It caught my eye by the positivity I felt after glancing over it and the truth backing the words.
“2006 man, my oh my how the genre has changed and evolved. This plates are so great and are to be cherished.
Music always shifts towards the same direction and eventually ends with the same audiences.
There are always the ones that innovate and remain. Artists like these.” – DubstepEra