Savant has been my favourite artist for a long time. Since I first heard Starscream Forever on Beatport I was hooked. I loved his old chip tune style and I love his new style also but something about his earlier dubstep and electro tracks was so unique that it didn’t get boring for me.
Today I dug up Heartmakers from his Mastermind EP which was released in June 2012. There is not much to say about this track. It is a dubstep track, it is melodic and so fucking beautiful. It fits the title just perfect and I can’t stop listening to it right now.
Just listen to Heartmakers for yourself:
If you like the track consider following Savant on his social media:
This remix of the track I Can’t Get Out from Sex Whales was done by Dec3mber or better known as Chime. Chime is his new alias because he thought that not many people will find his music if they google for Dec3mber (watch the full explanation here).
While I really like the music he puts out under Chime (he didn’t even change his style so it is not a surprise that I like it) I listened to old Dec3mber tunes. The one track I decided to post here is his remix of I Can’t Get Out by Sex Whales. A heavy dubstep track with melodic parts.
Just listen to it yourself below:
If you like the track consider following Chime on his social media:
Mord Fustang is an Electro and Dubstep Producer from Estonia who is known for video game influences in his music. Since I first discovered him on Beatport back when Super Meat Freeze first came out I was hooked. His style was unique and really interesting and I especially liked the video game influence the music had because I loved playing those myself.
But Super Meat Freeze is not my favourite Mord Fustang track. The song that I first think of when I hear the name Mord Fustang has to be Lick The Rainbow. Realeased shortly after Super Meat Freeze it has a similiar style but way more complex. I had to think about the Song after Mord released a short Mixtape of unreleased material on Soundcloud (Listen here). After listening to it I started his debut album 9999 in 1 which was released in 2015 but I suddenly got the urge to listen to his older tracks too so I ended up listening to Lick The Rainbow all day.
Listen to Lick The Rainbow below:
If you like the song make sure you follow Mord Fustang and the Labels related to him on social media to keep up with his newer work: