|Genre||Dance > House > Dubstep & Grime|
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September Dubstep from Firestrike
White Noise HQ bring you two tales of dread and disease from Norwich dubstep/drumstep producer Firestrike. The label bring you two full-on, in your face bass releases, entitled ‘Fear’ and ‘Sickness’ Firestrike is master of his own dark, bass-heavy sound, and both ‘Fear’ and ‘Sickness’ are prime examples of this. ‘Fear’ is an eerie, claustrophobic track at the sharp edge of speaker-wrecking madness. The sounds slowly build up, to a low slung drumstep beat. You’ll be met by electro-influenced bass, but like nothing you've heard before. Certainly one to give you the creeps, ‘Fear’ is a musical nightmare that'll stick long in the memory. ‘Sickness’ on the other hand opens up with creepy effects, establishing the beats and bass early on. Earth shaking electronics abound, and bass-lovers will not be disappointed with Firestrike's combination of skank and strut. Play these two loud on your rigs, this is future dubstep from WNHQ. The label was set up by two DJs, Lady Brock & Double T, who, over the last year, have joined forces with a number of new artists, including Firestrike. Via the Norfolk rave scene, Firestrike has developed a unique sound, bringing elements from hardcore, jungle and house to his amazing blend of dubstep and drumstep.