The Brooklyn based electronic duo, Break Science released their second EP entitled Monolith Code on the Pretty Lights Music Label at the begging of 2012. Forrest of Illumination is from that EP. As seasoned producers and touring veterans, Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee are definitely doing big things with their music. On Monolith Code, Break Science mixes and matches wide range of electronic elements very similar to Pretty Lights. This track features a wobbly dub type bass line, but is a little more upbeat than your typical dubstep song. There is a good vocal sample and soaring synths. You can get the whole Monolith Code EP free from the Pretty Lights Music label site.
Monthly Archives: March 2012
I am pumped to be delivering you all dope beats. I believe it was Winston Churchill who said “He who gives us sick jams gives us hope.” I am here to inspire curiosity and live vicariously through the 3 to 4 minutes of joy in you derived from listening to these songs. As my inaugural post I give you a song that was recomended by a bro in Chicago. Very chill but dank song from Made in Heights who has had much success with their new album. The girl singer turns me on and the beat needs to be quarrantined. Download.
Here is a song to rage to this Saint Patrick’s Day weekend. This track has nice synths, vocals and just goes fucking hard. Download. Rage. Repeat.
So yesterday Wiz dropped his new mixtape Taylor Allderdice. This thing has been hyped to fucking death and when this dropped last night it crashed DatPiff and several other servers hosting it. First off the production on this mixtape is killer, Sledgren, Sparky Banks, Big Jerm, Cardo, Lex Luger and a few others and Wiz brings his signature laid back flow. So far O.N.I.F.C. is one of my favorite tracks from the tape. So just download this shit.