The Dubstep Titans Emalkay, The Others, & Subscape Join Forces on the Epic ‘Flashpoint’ EP – 8 Tracks of Pure Bass Bliss!
Dubstep has come a long way since its inception in the late 2000s. From being dismissed by critics to being a major influence in pop music and the subject of massive festivals and tours, the genre has evolved significantly. While some may argue that the sound has lost its originality, there are still those who hold onto the old guard and their classic style. Emalkay, The Others, and Subscape are three such stalwarts who have been part of the scene for over 15 years and are still going strong.
Their latest offering, the “Flashpoint” EP, is a testament to their unwavering commitment to the genre. With 8 tracks of pure, unadulterated bass, the EP takes us back to the golden era of dubstep when innovation and new discoveries in sound design and arrangement were happening all the time. This EP is a refreshing departure from the heavily distorted bass and unimaginative design that has become all too common in the genre.
Released via Deadbeats, the “Flashpoint” EP is a celebration of the old-school dubstep sound that we all know and love. It’s a reminder that true dubstep is about slow, methodical burning of bass and drums, and that 140 BPM is the sweet spot. Emalkay, The Others, and Subscape have proven once again that they are the custodians of the dubstep sound, and they’re not going anywhere anytime soon.