Thursday, 18 March 2010

Let's Celebrate!

Apologies for the lack of posts, AbandonSilence has been horribly tied down by a presentation on Crime Statistics... niiiice.

To celebrate the end of this monotonously depressing week (apart from last night :), AbandonSilence gives you a diverse trio of tunes to supplement your weekend and beyond.

Fans of Major Lazer will love this. The tribal feel with stabbing Summery synths make a compelling producer. Coming fresh from 16 year old JSaxton. The Leeds based producer is seriously making waves at the minute, the diversity in his productions is unbelievable, AbandonSilence recommends you check more of his stuff out if you enjoy this.

In a return to a previous post on Reggae styles within Dubstep, I give you an old Chasing Shadows' remix of Damien Marley track, It was Written. The track starts rather inconspicuously, then out of no where you are almost punched in the face by the bass! I apologise for the horrible rhyme and chav styles of the last sentence, but I couldn't think of a better way to describe it.

Starkey, one of the most prolific producers in the game, recently released Stars, featuring Anneka. The original is a subtly beautiful song, with chiming vocals lavishly comforted by a nice drum build up. However, Slugabed have come in with a remix, which despite not hugely messing with the song, adds some dynamite drums and extra wobbles to create a great club bouncer.

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