Hailing from the streets of London, the young producer, Detzky, made a big tune about a year ago called Datenshi, which means “Soul Eater” in English. This is a minimal dubstep track which was inspired by Skream’s remix of In For The Kill. Up until now I had not heard it…it’s definitely worth sharing, and pumping through your soundsystem…especially with such beautiful vocals from Miku Hatsune. Enjoy!
I just came upon this recording of Digital Mysitkz (Mala & Coki) set they recorded at Outlook Music Festival in 2010 with Sgt. Pokes blessing the mic. I’m almost speechless at the seriously positive vibes thrown out into the world by this set. From the moment this recording starts Mala, Coki, and Sgt Pokes leave the crowd dumbfounded by their volume, undeniably awesome track collection, and large presence they displayed on stage. Here is the tracklist. You’ll need to know what’s playing over your speakers for the next 30 minutes!
1 Pinch??? – ????
2 Twinkle Brothers – Faith Can Move Mountain
3 Digital Mystikz – Return II Space
4 Goth-Trad – Cosmos
5 Mala – Eyez VIP
6 Movado – Gangster for Life (Coki Remix)
7 Coki – Marduk Coki – Lucifer
8 Skream – Tapped
9 Digital Mystikz – Anti-War Dub
10 Mala – Bury Da Bwoy
11 V.I.V.E.K. – The Big Bang
12 Digital Mystikz – Haunted
13 Coki – Spongebob
14 Coki – Shock It
15 Mala – Changes (Distance Remix)
16 Truth – Fatman VIP
I’m speechless after playing Skream’s new track, Come Down. What an incredibly emotional tune from the dubstep legend. Skream says he’s looking for Weekndesque vocals to accompany this gem of a tune. I’m interested in what will come of Come Down. Tune in.