Deathface “Bloodrave”

Written by Samantha McCallum

March 14, 2011 7:56 pm

Dubstep has become one of the most influencial music genres dominating the end of the noughties through to the early tennies. But adding an element of classic “Magic the Gathering” bassline from the nintees combined with the filthiest dubstep, experimenting eliminates limits in a music genre. What’s more exciting is that Bloodrave is fresh from North Carolina (US).

After years of throwing events at The Jerkstore, Chicago, Deathface has found his niche through love for edgy and fresh dance music, that is to sweep the airwaves of UK. Perhaps the American take on Dubstep will take the world by storm. Before we question which country does it best, lets crank up the volume on the stereo, pour a drink and kick back listening to what this gem has to offer.

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