Well hello there. It’s Saturday, the glorious weekend, and time for this week’s Robot Music!! I have a lot to introduce to you guys so let’s get to it.
At first this song doesn’t change too much looping an electronic riff, but then the build occurs… slowly but surely the track begins to smolder, bringing itself to ignition. The wubs in “Fire” by Nes are pure filth and an immediate win for me.
Next up, I bring you not one, but two remixes of “Rise & Fall” by Adventure Club. The first, by KDrew, features a smooth introduction paired with a wonderful singing voice. Then it drops and the song blows up into a fiery dubstep frenzy.
The second remix, done by At Dawn We Rage, features a chopped up version of vocals on the off beats in the introduction. Then, instead of short womps and wubs we get long dubstep rises and falls, over top the same glorious voice. Personally, I like this one the best, as it seems to incorporate the original song a little more.
At Dawn We Rage Remix
Next, we have a tune with a delectable crescendo into the greasy electronic sound we all love… or at least I do. NiT GriT really does a great job with the build by using a synth line that bounces all over the place. Here is his song, “Bomber”.
Sometimes it takes DJs that aren’t from this world to open our eyes to great music. Every month, DJs From Mars releases about an hours worth of music that they put together in a continuous mix. This month’s track includes artists like Zedd, Knife Party, Nero, Dada Life, Porter Robinson, Major Lazer, and Diplo. It starts off with a classic Frank Sinatra vocal and progresses into a Dillion Francis remix of Zedd’s “Stars come out”. They did a great job mixing everything, and they even give you all the songs they used, in case you really wanted a specific one.
Finally, I’ve saved the best for last. This dubstep tune “Daedra Heart” by Traxione begins with an cinematic intro that makes you feel like you are in the Skyrim universe. The exceptional use of the synth, womps, and wubs puts a sword in your hands as you fight some devilish creature. It really lives up to its name.
Well I hope you’ve enjoyed the selections today. As always, feel free to let me know what you think!