Oliver and Marco. Yeah.

26 July 2011

Here Comes Trouble!

Got some trouble for all of you. Dubsidia Just released their new EP and it's a banger.
Also more skrillex!
A newly realeased 320 and another leak :)
a surprise :D

Skrillex- Needed Change (feat. 12th Planet)

Skrillex - True Gangsters *LEAK*
Beepity Beep

Example - Changed The Way You Kiss Me 
(Creeptown Remix)

Harry Potter - Hedwig's Theme (Forekast Remix)
Harry Potter Step. *Amazing <3

Dubsidia - Here Comes Trouble EP

Here Comes Trouble

Don't Tell It

Ganas De Molestar


Beautiful Waste of Time

Crazy Song, Crazy Video <3

24 July 2011

ELECTRO POST: Cyberpunkers and friends..

Hey guys, It's been quite a while since we have had an electro post so I decided it's about time and here we go :) Put some of my favorite stuff in this post. Especially the Cyberpunkers stuff.. It hits oh so hard. Cabala being my personal favorite. The Ciampiano Airforce remix has a very Justice feel to it which I really really like. Also threw in some good old fidget. Enjoy the electro. Next post shall be Drum & Bass :)
It's time for JPF to have some diversity :D

Trash Electro

Trash Electro

Trash Electro

Trash Electro

Trash Electro




19 July 2011


Ahh, so sorry JPF has been lacking posts. We have just been on school holiday and my partner has been out of the country so we decided to both take a break. But were back as school started again :)
So expect many posts as usual. Starting off with this one which is just chaos. Also it's a double post to make up for the non posting ;)
It includes Skrillex's "The Mothership" Mix which he has recently dropped on a radio show. So enjoy this one guys. The tracklist will be at the bottom of this post.
Some of Figures best tracks he has ever made, especially "Doomsday".
Zeds Dead's "Just Hold Me" which has a very Downlink & Downlink feel to it but it still super filthy.
To top it off is my personal favourite track in this post which is the Nero remix of Calvin Harris' "Feel So Close". The track is a absolute club destroying banger. I'm actually in love with the song.
Hope you love this one guys :)








Finally! I have gotten my hands on Skeptiks' monstrous EP :D
He has recently joined the Never Say Die crew and this EP has just dropped from them. Skeptiks has came out of nowhere and destroyed. Personally he reminds me of Skrillex a bit because of his vocal glitching which sounds so bad ass. Skeptiks has had HUGE support from many artists worldwide but specifically Skism who he has gained most support from also welcoming him to the Never Say Die family. His main track from the EP "Cobwebs" has also hit beatports #5 on the dubstep chart which shows how much support this guy has!
Hope you enjoy this one!




Skrillex - The Mothership

1. Benny Benassi feat. Garry Go – Cinema (Skrillex Remix)
2. Taio Cruz feat. Ke$ha – Dirty Picture (Cookie Monsta Remix)
3. Chase & Status feat. Sub Focus & Takura – Flashing Lights
4. 16 Bit – Skullcrack
5. Skrillex feat. Penny – All I Ask Of You (Trypt Remix)
6. Katy Perry – E.T. (Noisia Remix)
7. Gemini – Blue
8. Feed Me – Grand Theft Ecstasy
9. Deadmau5 feat. Greta Svabo Bech – Raise Your Weapon (Madeon Extended Remix)
10. Porter Robinson & Lazy Rich feat. Sue Cho – Hello
11. Foreign Beggars feat. Noisia – Contact (Trolley Snatcha Remix)
12. Chase & Status feat. Dizzee Rascal – Heavy (Download this track)
13. Skrillex & Foreign Beggars – Gettin It
14. Skrillex – Reptile Theme
15. Munchi – Esta Noche
16. TC – Where’s My Money (Caspa Remix – Munchi’s Kinda Agressive Right Now Moombahcore Remix)
17. Dillon Francis – Masta Blasta
18. Dubsidia – Kill Humans
19. Skrillex – First Of The Year (Equinox) (Download this track)
20. Chase & Status feat. Plan B – End Credits
21. Nero – Me & You (Dirtyphonics Remix)
22. Doctor P – Sweet Shop (Friction Vs. Camo & Krooked Remix)
23. Noisia – Friendly Intentions
24. Rusko – Everyday (Netsky Remix)
25. Dodge & Fuski – No Love Lost
26. Rusko feat. Amber Coffman – Hold On (Sub Focus Remix) (Download this track)
27. Pendulum – Watercolour (Emalkay Remix)

28. Skrillex – Ruffneck (Full Flex) (Download this track)
29. Skrillex – Cat Rats
30. KOAN Sound – Max Out
31. Skrillex – Rock ‘n Roll (Will Take You To The Mountain)

11 July 2011

DZ - The Ransom EP + EP Review

Hey guys, from today Just Plain Filth is starting a collaboration with Dubstep.Net. They are a website purely dedicated to promoting dubstep
and we at Just Plain Filth support that and are helping them promote their posts. We are not sure how often we will feature their posts so give feedback on what you think so we know if you enjoy this!
This is the first post that JPF is blogging for them. The entire post is written by Dubstep.Net and they deserve all the credit :)
Oh well, enjoy guys!

If you’re anything like us here at the office you have probably been just as antsy for the new DZ EP to drop. Well today is the day. Today Chronos Records finally unleashed “The Ransom” and although the wait was excruciating, it was so worth it.

DZ is an Ottawa-based producer with over 15 years of experience on the scene. He’s produced everything from DnB to hip-hop to house – and now he’s taking over the world of Dubstep. Since 2007, DZ’s been pumping out Dubstep after Dubstep track, touring Canada and the US, and featuring his sounds online. His new EP, “The Ransom,” is in true DZ style – both recognizable yet continually evolving. The 4 tracks on “The Ransom” combine hip hop with grimy bass, half-time breakbeats with dubstep shuffles. But enough with the general stuff – let’s get in to some tracks.

“The Ransom” starts off with a remix of Lonestar’s track Amplify. The first thing I noticed was that the vocal samples were changed. They’re lower-pitched in DZ’s remix, and there seems to be more of the clip sampled. Just before the 1-minute mark, the beat cuts out, drops, and screaming synths match the hard, distorted bass. Using futuristic sounds as fills between bars, DZ’s added in a little bit of glitch to keep things exciting. The shuffling beat (as opposed to Lonestar’s triplet-based tempo) is overrun by DatsiK & Excision-like bass womps, but these sections are quickly cut off by a vocal sample that brings things back to the original smooth beat. At about the 1:50 mark, DZ brings in some really cool, hip-hop-influenced synth lines. The bass matches them in the lower register, the drums groove along, and soon we’re brought back into another round of slightly glitchy, shuffling womps and screaming synths.

Hot on the heels of the Amplify remix is a DZ original – Jamboree. This track features a super funky guitar riff at the beginning, which perfectly contrasts the heaviness once things get going. After about half a minute of calm, soothing guitar, electronic noises start to infiltrate the track – a signal that it’s time to stop relaxing and start moving to the dance floor. The guitar doesn’t let up until the very last second; one last chord is sustained as machines power up all around, a voice commands us to “dance” and we’re pushed into a drumstep track that features distorted synth, reloading guns, and more of DZ’s signature womps. The hip-hop synths make another appearance, but they’re frantic – high-pitched, short-lived, and piercing, not smooth like in Amplify. Our funky guitar player seems unimpressed, however, by this 2-minute display of aggression, so he starts up again halfway through the track, taunting the machines that have brought their sonic weapons out to play. Amidst warning wobbles, we hear another few bars from the unfazed guitar player until he’s silenced by the commanding machine – and we’re quickly brought back into another round of hard-hitting drumstep.

In The Cut is the third track on “The Ransom,” and there’s no denying the hip-hop influence on this one. Even before the drums kick in, there’s a vocal hook pumping things up – and as we invariably start to chant along, synths start flowing in the back. They quickly swell up to full volume, bringing in a breakbeat to amp up the energy. Soon, a kick drum starts firing to lead us to the drop – we scream along “this one’s a killer!” and we’re hit with another dose of legendary DZ drumstep. Wet midrange synths are paired with a surprisingly simple drum beat – but these drums are containing a breakbeat that pushes its way forward intermittently. 2 minutes in, we’re given a fast-paced fill as the synths slide up and out of the way; what comes through next is a barrage of synth fire as fast as machine guns. Soon afterwards, we get a quick dose of that breakbeat that’s been itching to be unleashed, but it’s almost immediately repressed by another charge of the synths. The track calms down as the vocal hook is brought back in, but it’s really only a sign that things are about to get crazy again real soon.

The fourth and final track on “The Ransom” is called Sandbox Rock. This is the quintessential “crossover” track – about half of Sandbox Rock is at dubstep’s traditional 140bpm, but the other half is brought up to drumstep’s 160-ish beat-per-minute. Synths and piano mimic each other to start off the track, but they soon come together and form a harmonious pre-drop. Less than 30 seconds in, the drop comes (out of nowhere) and we’re hit with some shuffling dubstep. A mixture of womps, sound effects, and distorted synths let us know that this is another DZ original. The piano consistently fades back in to calm things down – but it’s quickly silenced every time with the anticipation of the next drop. At the 2:30 mark, a breakbeat emerges to bring up the intensity and the tempo slides up. The overall sound stays relatively the same, but the synth slides are held for longer and some of the futuristic sounds are either sped up or slowed down to adjust for this new tempo. This change in intensity has apparently not scared off the piano section – in fact, it comes back more powerfully than ever, and accompanies the drums and synth around the 3:30 mark. By 4 minutes, you might be thinking “ok, the song is done.” But it’s not – wait a few seconds, and you’ll get hit with another dose of dubstep. This tempo carries the track until the end, where synths and piano play around once more until everything falls silent.

DZ has roots in hip-hop and DnB, and this background really shows itself on “The Ransom.” All four of these new tracks show that he’s still in action, with no signs of slowing down. Check out the samples on his SoundCloud, and make sure to buy the EP today!

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10 July 2011

Shock One!

Got a whole bunch of tracks for you today :D Must say that Shock One has blown me away with his track crucify me.. Has many elements and influences from his drum and bass background but is put together amazingly so well done to him :)
Also I have some 320's of new Datsik & Downlink for you too.. Although I must say Datsik's standard of music is slowly but surely going down which is such a shame as he was one of my favorite producers but i'm pretty sure he will have a comeback ;)
Also, heres Ford Mustangs attempt at a dubstep tune which I think he did very well. Also its got a solid spot at #2 on the beatport dubstep chart.
And lastly to top things off we have another electro fidgety banger from Felguk :D
Enjoy this one guys!




07 July 2011


Finally the mighty king of dubstep, Bassnectar has put out another tune :D It's been quite a while since he's had a release, but later this year he should be dropping a new EP :D
Also Koan Sound, who has probably the most unique style of dubstep out there at the moment has released his track Blue Stripes which is just amazing :)



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03 July 2011

Excision the god.

Must say, when X gets a release it is going to destroy. One of the best songs I have ever heard, ever.. Here is a clip of it so you know what i'm talking about. Also a sick remix of reploid by Neon Steve giving it a completely new feel :D