The Death Beats are proud to present their first Trap release featuring the bass heavy pairing of “Set My Heart on Fire” and “Bad Man”.
“Set My Heart on Fire” fuses vintage analogue keys, sweeping strings and catchy saws set to a background of punchy 808 beats, funky bass stabs and driving sub bass booms. A dynamic blend of uplifting melodies and heavy drops gives the track a unique edge and put it in a league of its own.
“Bad Man” kicks off with an array of Techno flavoured synth layers building to a Ragga fuelled crescendo before dropping into a mixture of funky synth keys, pumping bass lines and tightly produced Hip Hop beats. Growling super saws and sweeping synth pads add an extra dimension to the proceedings making this a simple and effective dance floor smasher.
To celebrate their contribution to the soundtrack of the forthcoming Daniel Benmayor movie Tracers, The Death Beats are proud to present a new remix selection showcasing Drum & Bass, Drumstep and Electro House versions of their contribution to the soundtrack.
The boys pull out all the stops for the Drum & Bass and Drumstep remixes, blending relentless beats and sweeping melodies alongside growling bass lines and firing synth keys, set to the Rock fuelled vocals of Phil Saatchi. Urban Sickness Audio veteran Tim Besamusca puts the cat amongst the pigeons with his high energy Electro House remix showcasing his relentlessly upfront style.
Tracers starring Taylor Lautner, Adam Rayner and Marie Avgeropoulos is set for a world wide release in late 2014 / early 2015 and features a score by composer Lucas Vidal as well as tunes from The Death Beats, Misun, La Font and Pretty Lights.
Backdraft / Brockie / Callide / Chasing Shadows
Doctor P / Ed Solo / Genetix / Juan BassHead
Markus Schulz / Mat the Alien / Reid Speed
The Crystal Method / Xample
Moments of Darkness are proud to present a brand new heavy weight compilation of their biggest tunes to date, fronted by a brand new Drum & Bass smasher in the form of We Turn On Heat.
Laden with 1970s Grindhouse vocal samples, We Turn On Heat builds slowly from an electro fuelled intro of sweeping string layers and chunky synth keys before dropping into rolling Amen breaks and growling synth bass lines.
In true Moments of Darkness style the drop takes you on a dynamic journey of dance floor chaos switching between funky pad swells, angry bass lines and upfront synth keys as the track thunders between Drum & Bass and Drumstep beats.