Superdefekt recommends Dubstep

Superdefekt recommends Dubstep
Superdefekt aka sdfkt. aka Tim Lorenz (co)hostes the famous MFOC (sunday) nights at Hamburgs finest micro club "Golden Pudel". Clubbing since 1987 as well as Djing since 1993 he has a knowledge of about 20 years of all kinds of electronic music with a special interest in all things breakbeat, be it electro, electronica, drum'n'bass, dubstep or Bass Music. As usual, and especially after a year filled with top quality releases, January is going a lot slower, with just a few new tracks - but this, of course, also gives us a well deserved moment to take a deep breath. Never mind, there still is some very good and interesting music that already got released so early in this new year. Ramadanman aka Pearson Sound started off the year with his ill remix of West Norwood Cassette Library‘s „Blonde On Blonde“ - the original track a fine tune in itself - which shows him diving deeper in house music territory. A territory, which Hackman is also exploring on his „Made Up My Mind / Bam Bam“ EP, both tracks being killer tunes. January also finally saw the release of George Fitzgerald‘s „Don‘t You“ on Hotflush, a track which already was circulating the youtubes of this world for some months. It‘s an epic track, as always with Fitzgerald, a mixture of house and dubstep, and his label head Scuba added a equally superb four-to-the-floor remix on the flipside, that sounds like Basic Channel rinsin‘ it out at London‘s best club, Plastic People. Then there is Jamie Grind, who combined Chicago Juke-antics with warm house vibes on his EP for Fortified Audio, and on the UK Funky/Tropical/Whatever you call it-side we have Jay Weed‘s „Prism/Naos“, two swinging tunes with big, big bass line action. But it is not all about house, as Apple Pips first release for 2011 shows. Orphan101 produced two dark, heavy and techy tracks for Appleblim‘s label, somewhere in-between electro and drum‘n‘bass. So, there are already some outstanding tracks in 2011 - and the future looks bright for this year, with releases by Morgan Zarate, Boddika and the likes, not to forget the new Sepalcure EP, which already drops end of january. And then there is this sick, sick tune - aptly named „Sicko Cell“ - that recently makes the rounds through every well known DJ‘s record case, produced by some unknown guy who may or maybe not is running a label called Dol-something. Check it out on youtube.

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