Dubstep Roundup Vol. 33 – 7.16.2012 [Gisell, The Beatles, Fiona Apple, Zedd and more…]

Chhhaa chhyeahhhh! Holy jumping Bass-Boners!  We’re back with some chunky choones for you bass freaks.  Enjoy and as always, keep it nurdy.

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Giselle – Silk (Sound Remedy Remix)

Moby – Flower (TYR Remix)

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The Best SONGS of 2011 – Pt. 2 (July-Dec)

Songs are pretty amazing things. It’s magical that such a small thing can be so powerful. In the blink of an eye a song can make you smile, dance, cry, think, laugh, etc. These are the ones that did all those things for me the second half of 2011.  Read more

[VIDEO] Scissor Sisters – “Shady Love” (Feat. Azealia Banks)

Scissor Sisters! Azealia Banks! Performing Children! Off-time lip syncing! Weird mustaches in the audience! It just keep getting better as the news is out that a new Scissor Sisters album is coming soon…

The Best Party Songs of 2011

Yes! In time for NYE! This is my favorite year-end list to make because its obviously the most fun. And I give it the least amount of stress. Read on for Read more

[MP3] Azealia Banks – “212”

now she wanna lick my plum in the evenin’

♫ Azealia Banks – 212

If Nicki Minaj is the reigning queen of chill-inducing pipes that can destroy a room with their range and charisma then Azealia Banks is the polar opposite, laying down rhymes with a flat delivery that still packs plenty of charm. Oh wait, nope. Scratch that. She has mega-pipes too.

The Harlem based 20 year old rapper brings her whole bag of tricks to “212,” laying down lazy valley-girl flow, choppy rhymes that are a beat on their own, and huge vocals that are woven and served over a pretty sick production plate. For all her dirty lyrics and straight-forward sex talk, something about Banks feels so much less forced than similar “shock” artists like Peaches or M.I.A. Plus, her cover of Interpol’s “Slow Hands” shows a nice range of influences. Other Azealia tracks seem rougher than “212” but I won’t let that temper my excitement for what will hopefully develop.

Artist links: Facebook / Soundcloud