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La Roux – Tigerlily (B. Rich Remix)

If there’s one thing the NYC music scene could use is more Dub Step, for numerous reasons but mainly because of the bass. Among the many contributions of hip hop was a revolution in the way bass frequencies were used in music production. Anyone who lived in NYC in the 90’s will remember the big sound systems that were pretty much staples in the city. I mean if you had a car without one well, that’s never forgive action right there…

Cause when I freak with the spots that I’m known to rock, you hear the bass from truck when I’m on the block…” – Dr. Dre (Still Dre, 2001)

Right now, it seems like the next innovations in bass are coming from Dub step. The genre is relatively new as are the techniques so the use is really aggressive and extreme for some ears but that will certainly change. I personally love the way it is now, but I also can’t wait till more people start adopting the style and taking bass use to yet another level. I don’t know about you but there’s nothing quite like big bass and low subs when I’m partying and since today is Saturday that’s exactly what I plan to do.  Here are two of my favorite dub step or dub step inspired remixes, enjoy.

La Roux – Tigerlily (B. Rich Remix)

Florence + the Machine – Rabbit Heart (SLOF MAN Dubstep Remix)