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This Is Dubstep Anthems



All the fans of Dubstep will be happy to hear that the This Is Dubstep brand will be bringing out a 30 track album named ‘This is Dubstep Anthems’ on 4th August. From Dubsteps humble beginnings in South London it has grown to become a powerhouse genre within the electronic music scene.

This is Dubstep Anthems’ includes some of the biggest track that pushed this genre to the place its sits today. Tracks such as Nero’s No.1 hitting single, ‘Promises’, Skream’s game-changing remix of La Roux’s ‘In For The Kill’, Benga & Coki’s ambassadorial airwave chaser ‘Night’, Chase & Status’s breakthrough smash ‘Eastern Jam’ plus a number of other heavy Bass laden tracks, check out the full tracklist below!


CD 1

  1. La Roux – In For The Kill (Skream’s Let’s Get Ravey Remix)
  2. Flux Pavilion – I Can’t Stop
  3. Benga & Coki – Night
  4. Nero – Promises
  5. TC – Where’s My Money (Caspa Remix)
  6. Pinch – The Boxer
  7. Foreign Beggars – Still Getting It (Feat. Skrillex)
  8. Distance – Victim Support
  9. Vex’d – 3rd Choice (Loefah Remix)
  10. Von D – Deeper (Feat. Phephe)
  11. Flux Pavilion – Bass Cannon
  12. Zeds Dead – Adrenaline
  13. Noisia – Machine Gun (16bit Remix)
  14. Skism – Like This (Feat. Virus Syndicate)
  15. Commix – Be True (Burial Remix)

CD 2

  1. Chase & Status – Eastern Jam 
  2. Doctor P – Sweet Shop
  3. Skream – Midnight Request Line 
  4. Freestylers – Cracks (Feat. Belle Humble) (Flux Pavilion Remix)
  5. Nero – Act Like You Know (Dubstep Mix)
  6. Distance – Night Vision (Skream’s ‘So Nasty’ mix)
  7. Sub Focus – Could This Be Real (Joker Remix)
  8. Coki – Bloodthirst
  9. DJG – Rivet
  10. Bar 9 – Piano Tune
  11. Tunnidge – 7 Breaths
  12. Gemini – Blue
  13. Tritonal – Still With Me (Feat. Cristina Soto) (Seven Lions Remix)
  14. Cyrus – Redrum
  15. Kromestar – Mental Universe

To pre-order on iTunes CLICK HERE

To pre-order on Amazon (2CD) CLICK HERE

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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