In 2011 Subhuman released of one of the biggest dubstep anthems of the year – a 5000 ton bass gorilla known as “King Kong” by Bare and Datsik. Now one year later, we present an impressive array of remixes that have been steadily crushing soundsystems worldwide. There are two 110bpm bangers from moombahton superstars Billy The Gent and Long Jawns as well as Canadian breaks legend Neon Steve. Lucky Date was enlisted to throw down an unreal 128bpm scorching electro banger. At 140bpm we have the Subhuman bass warlord Mark Instinct and his filthy grinding dubstep remix, the Never Say Die boys Skeptiks with their amped up kinetic bass workout and Bare coming in with a retooled and revitalized VIP. Finally at 175bpm Terravita have brought it home with a completely sick and off the hook drumstep smasher. The bass monster “King Kong” returns to devastate more cities with these 7 new versions – so better make sure to GET KING KONG IN YOUR TRUNK!read more
Presenting the 2012 SUBHUMAN BEATDOWN TOUR featuring the Bass Warlords :
Bringing heavyweight bass gospel to clubs / raves / churches of North America!!! Step the fuck up and get your cranium cracked. Subhuman – WE GO HARD!
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The west coast bass champion returns with another powerful EP for Subhuman! Ursa Major aka BIG BARE contains 5 tracks of facemelting dancefloor napalm. “Enemies” unloads with its hard as fuck hip-hop vocal and deeeeeeeeep drop. “Lobotomy” intros with a g-funk keyboard workout and descends into twisted robotic bass riffs. “Night Moves” comes in with a dreamy intro that explodes into giant shuddering low end waves. “Titans” brings a dark moody cinematics and hits you in the chest like an armor piercing round. Ursa Major rounds off with “Earth Girls Are Easy”, featuring lots of pew-pew-pew laser bass hits and more relentless bass pressure. If you like your dubstep banging as fuck, then Bare is your man. Ursa MAJOR indeed.read more
That about sums up the strength of this release. Muffler, the king of futuristic dubstep production, sees his greatest hits to date remixed into serious dancefloor monsters. Pixel Fist delivers two insane numbers, including a 140bpm powerhouse remake of Megatronik and a 175bpm drumstep floorcrusher with Cybertron. Tom Encore steps in for a wicked update of Controller. Muffler reinvigorates his 140bpm stomper Move. And the Calling Your Name remix by SKisM is off the charts. A true rave anthem that has been killing it for the past year and showing up in the sets of Skrillex, Excision, Downlink, Datsik, etc. Subhuman once again bringing you that serious bass pressure guaranteed to crush speakers and ravers alike. UNREAL.read more
And the bangers just keep on coming! NumberNin6, The OG Subhuman bass technician, comes correct with three well produced and highly varied tracks guaranteed to test the limits of any soundsystem. “Drop This” is a chugging low end monster with a menacing synth line and vocals courtesy of Maksim. Alchemy is a deceptively deep and melodic number with teeth. It hits….hard. And rounding out the EP is the collab with Zardonic titled “The Final Five”. Recently featured in Dieselboy’s recent “Wake The Dead” mix, this track is a scorching 175bpm drumstep banger that just tears it the fuck out (check the reeeeeediculous amen rinseout at the end)! Relentless sub pressure from top to bottom. A solid and well rounded EP from one of our absolute favorite producers. NumberNin6 – DONT HURT EM!read more
Everybody knows that Mondays suck, so we’re hooking everybody up with some free music. This previously unreleased gem from NumberNin6 is now available for free download through our Soundcloud page. Grab your copy now and blast it so your neighbors can enjoy the bass!read more