I’m Getting Too Young For This


Dubstep is a very simple equation: It all starts with female vocals that sound like they were recorded in a bathroom, throw in a catchy piano rift, and let it play out for a minute or so.  At this point, it is important to absolutely demolish the developing song with a fat bass line making it entirely unrecognizable from the original mixed track.  Most DJs simply employ this equation and expect greatness, and nowadays its getting harder to find quality dubstep artists.  The artists that succeed are the ones that break this mold and produce music that transcends various genres.  Vexare’s is one of these new-age DJs.  His music is novel and he creates some jaw-dropping bass-lines.  I give the Vexare a TON of respect, he has some holy sh*t I’m gonna keep my eyes on his music sort of talent and at such a young age (15!).  Find these tracks on StinkyBeats Soundcloud!

Vexare – You Wouldn’t Know Me

Maka & Waeck ft. Farisha – Breathe (Vexare Remix)

BONUS: HeavyStinkyBeats on Vexare – Anthony Luvs Dub

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  1. […] may recall the post I wrote about Vexare, the ambitious young DJ out of Los Angeles.  I recently asked him if I could write a more formal […]

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