A Tribe Called Hip Hop

Just another WordPress.com weblog

Mt Eden – Mt Eden Album

2010 dubstep and drum n bass, brought from the streets of New Zealand and the craftwork of producing duo Mt Eden. Their biggest single from the album is Sierra Leone and has collected over 5 million hits on Youtube, and has led him to become one of todays biggest names in the production of bassline music. The album entitled Mt Eden album, is a collection of Mt Edens  original efforts, and remixes of various songs. These remixes include a re-working of Madonna’s ‘Frozen’ The Prodigy’s ‘Omen’, Pharoahe Monch’s ‘Simon Says’, and the recent Bat For Lashes single and hit ‘Daniel’.

More information on latest works from the dubstep producing pair can be found on thier Youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/MtEdenDnB08, or on his facebook group http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=135229868486&v=info&ref=ts.

May 7, 2010 Posted by | Drum n Bass, Dubstep | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

A Tribe Called Hip Hop proudly presents the all new Drum and Bass subdivision

We are going to get the ball rolling with undoubtedly one of the best producers in drums today, the legend that is TC. TC has been producing tunes for the best part of ten years, like so many great producers this began in the unglamorous surroundings of his bed room in Bristol. In 2007 TC released his debut album Evolution which took the drum bass scene by storm. A combination of precise production techniques and gripping basslines made songs such as ‘Rockstar’ and ‘Raise the Roof’ instance dance floor hits and must have records for the UK’s premier DJs. Perhaps what stands out most about TC, epitomized by Evolution, is his ability to produce tracks for both ends of the drum and bass spectrum. The two featured tracks in this blog are a perfect illustration of this. ‘Game Over’ is TC at his destructive best, jungley drums and a playful sample are then consumed by a dark and savage bassline, truly epic through any big system. ‘Borrowed Time’ by contrast is a heavy melodic roller which builds and builds until all the elements produce total D&B euphoria, even haters will love this one. This contrast in styles is testament to the skills of TC, if anyone in drum and bass can be relied on produce consistently banging tunes it is this man. In recent times Caspa has remixed ‘Wheres my money’ (yet another huge track from Evolution) to great success, and TC himself has remixed the chart hit Day ‘n’ Nite by Kid Cudi & Crookers. Although it is fairly rare to see TC DJ, his songs are ever present in drum & bass sets across the land. That’s it for now….. hope you enjoy folks!  Your DnB Supervisor,TdotP.

December 20, 2009 Posted by | Drum n Bass | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment