Type: A Very Angry & Overlooked Mix
Genre: Dubstep Justice/South London Revenge
Label/Source: Ghost Recordings
Where to Buy: FREE DOWNLOAD via Soundcloud
The last time I was in New Mexico, I wrote about and profiled EL-B‘s “Ghost Showcase Vol. 2″ (Full article + DL here) – now that I’m back in the ABQ again, and immersed in what I can only believe is the US’ #1 most-overlooked bass music scene in the entire country, I feel a special sub-bass-tingly inclination once again to give praise to one of the most legendary imprints throughout global bass music scene worldwide. This time, we’re donning a well-deserving throwback spotlight on the very 1st volume of the Ghost Showcase mix series, which comes to us from Filth Arris, off of EL-B’s Ghost Recordings.
Filth Arris delivers a playlist assortment of purely evil dubstep and ruuuuuuuuuude gutter-bass rearing tunes. This is one truly angry mix that expresses genuine disappointment in people who make dubstep that girls cannot dance to. While the whole mix overall is really truly top-notch, standouts from this collection include a heavy ghettostep original collab “Where I Live” from Filth Arris & El-B, an abusive triplet wobble from Filth Arris titled “G-Spot,” DJ Enme‘s unmistakable slow-stomper “Swarm,” and Wiley & El-B‘s collab on “2 for 1″ delivers an absolutely punishing bassline with signature EskiBoy cadence.
This first volume of Ghost showcases presents the label’s new approach to dubstep – incorporating the sound that marketable “noise” while maintaining the established hard Ghost groove; their unique sonic emblem that keeps Ghost Recordings as a standout campaigner within the global bass realm.
Ghost Showcase Vol. 1 Filth (FREE DOWNLOAD)
West Ham Skank By Filth Arris
Where I Live By Filth Arris & El-B
Pan Stick By Filth Arris & El-B
Space Oddysey By 2nd 2 None
Parasite By Filth Arris & Opus
G Spot By Filth Arris
Swarm By Dj Enme
I Feel You By Vigilante
Funkin Power By Filth Arris
Nothings New By Filth Arris
2 For 1 By El-B Feat.Wiley
Vital By El- B & Laze
Changing By Caski
Move Forward by Zed Bias & 16bit