*FILTHY FRIDAY* : Shadow Phoenix Network

Greetings, headbangers! It’s time for another #filthyfriday!

This week’s filth is brought to you by none other than the Shadow Phoenix Network. For those of you wub lovers who haven’t gotten a taste yet, this promotional network is dedicated to bringing us bassheads a variety of dubstep, trap, and hybrid music. Having started up only a mere 6 months ago, SPN has hit the 10K followers mark and the numbers only continue to climb!

I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know the owner/manager/producer behind the madness and all I can say is, expect nothing but greatness in the near future. His dedication & love for bass music is something to admire & respect and it only adds to my anticipation of what the Shadow Phoenix Network has in store for us!

Their newest release, SampliFire – Misty (SNICH Remix), in celebration of their 10K following, has already made it to #10 on Soundcloud’s new dubstep release chart. Listen & enjoy these free downloads below!


For more, check out Shadow Phoenix Network‘s Soundcloud now!

No Function : Function & Filth

Calling all BASSHEADS!

You know what Friday calls for?! Some filth! Every Friday expect a new basshead banger that you can’t help but get grimy to because let’s face it, we all need more bass in our lives!

What better way to celebrate our first #filthyfriday than this bangin’ mix by No Function. 30 tracks in 30 minutes? Yes please!

Straight outta Fresno, CA, No Function knows how to rage! Not only do they dabble in the dub but word is they’ve got a bass house mix and trap mix in the making and frankly, after hearing Function & Filth, my ears are hungry for more. I can’t wait to see what else they have in store for 2016!

Go check out & follow No Function on Soundcloud now! 

Rage on, bassheads 😈

Mt. Eden: Stronger

Synths that take over your whole being, followed by bass hits and drum kicks that make all the hairs on your body stand up. This is my favorite genre (I like to call it “chillstep”), and Mt. Eden has been at the top of my list for years now – beside others like Blackmill, Culture Code, Adventure Club, Seven Lions, Synchronice and the likes – and this duo from New Zealand continues to keep my love for them growing.
Vocals by Digital Farm Animals describe what this music can do for people. The lyrics connect with listeners, saying how the “the music makes me stronger, and the music makes me feel good, every time I’m on my way down down,” and brings positive vibes with the message to see good in all the bad with “behind every cloud, is a silver lining, and every dream is a storytelling”. It’s a good one – a GREAT one actually – so let yourself relax, put your good headphones or speakers on full blast, and feel the vibes.

Jason Derulo: Wiggle (Borgore Remix)


Jason Derulo‘s single ft. Snoop Dog, “Wiggle” seems to be the new song that everyone’s whistling when it’s stuck in their head after hearing it played five times in an hour on the radio. It’s a cute tune good for some white-girl booty shaking, but these lyrics encourage something more. Leave it to Borgore to turn this Top 40 hit into a dirty dubstep track with just enough of a trap sound that will get the baddest girls twerking in your bass face.

You’ll grab the FREE DOWNLOAD now if you know what’s good for you and that big fat butt: 

Tritonal & Paris Blohm ft. Sterling Fox: Colors (Culture Code Remix)

The original track “Colors” by Tritonal and Paris Blohm is a progressive-house track that can be expected to be heard at every festival this summer. Featuring vocals from Sterling Fox, “Colors” not only encompasses all the good vibes of EDM, but it  inspires every listener to let their true colors show. UK producer Culture Code‘s dubstep remix of the enlightening track gives it even more power over its listeners. With a tingle-inducing build up leading to a captivating beat that runs through your entire body, Culture Codes “Colors” remix deserves recognition. It just unanimously won the Protocol Recordings‘ colors remix competition and is now available for purchase on Beatport here. It’s definitely a sing-along classic, so put these songs on repeat so you’re not the only one who doesn’t know the lyrics.

The first song that made me fall in love with Culture Code:

Listen to the original “Colors”: