Friday, January 27, 2012

RAPE THE SCENE TOUR 2012


DJEMER.INFO

HUSKMOB.COM

STAY LOCKED.

GIVE US 5$.

PLEASE.

MONEY WILL BE USED FOR LARGE AMOUNTS OF SPRAYPAINT, THROWING DUBSTEP RAVES, AND FOOD.

CLICK DA BUTTON







WE WILL SEND YOU A CD IN THE MAIL IN THE NEXT 2 MONTHS!!!!

Thursday, April 21, 2011

FILTH AND TINGS



Hey everyone!
Im working on updating my blog more to make it more interesting again.

Heres some filth im feeling.

1. T-Vicious - Give Me What I Want (Bryzergold remix)

So i have been listening to alot of remix's of this tune lately. All i have to say is FIREEE!!! I got the full version of this guy from the one bryzergold himself. Subvandals crew representative he is smashing florida as usual with all this latest fire. The mid reese in this thing is nut and makes you want to do insane things. Be on the lookout for the official release of this soon to be classic.

2. P0gman - Mortal Kombat

So i am feeling this free little skanker from the p0gman. Street fighter samples behind a heavy rotating skank reese. Even tho its named mortal kombat this is a husk street fighter! Been hearing it out frequent in philly, and looking to see it get more support.

3. Hermit - Hermit

Self titled tune from the one like hermit. Subvandals crew rep this fellow is smashing anything he is touching. Smooth atmosphere and gate leading up to a screeching mid reese and husk sub makes you feel like your getting sucked into the speaker. This killer is available for free on the Dawn of War ep via subvandals.blogspot.com .

4. Taiki and Nulight - Fucked It Up

HOLLLLYYY FUCKKKKKKK!!!!!!
A MILLION REASONS WHY I LOVE THIS UNRELEASED BANGER!
Basic, fire, fucked it up. Its a tune i almost wanna trainwreck on purpose. So diverse and full of robot energy. Fuck Shit UP!!

So i may keep doing this. please tell me if you liked it facebook.com/brostep

If you would like to submit tunes for mastering or Subvandals free releases, send to BROFILTH@GMAIL.COM for consideration! Allow up to a week for response.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

SUBVANDALS NEEDS DONATIONS!!

HELLO ALL!!!

So there has been some really grimey things going on in the industry. Here at subvandals we are trying to sort things out locally on the regular. Expanding our operations to other big cities one week at a time. Its becoming increasingly more expensive to pay our designers and to build budget monies for summer tours.

If you care about filthy dubstep / brostep or whatever you want to call it, all we are asking for is a small donation of 2-5$ to help.

Even if you cant afford to spare a few bucks reposting this on your facebook would be awesome too!!

Lets bring some of the filthiest people in dubstep to america!!!














contact brofilth@gmail.com with any questions or facebook.com/brostep

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

THE DAY AFTER MIXTAPE



this was recorded the day after new years 2011 live at a private party.

f4tty promo - subvandals - brofilth audio


1. MENSE_SKRILLZ_EMER - LIVIN IN CAVES (FORTHCOMING)(BROFILTH-001)
2. EMER - NEW PC (FORTHCOMING)
3. EMER_SKRILLZ_MENSE - LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT (FORTHCOMING)(BROFILTH-001)
4. EMER - BLIZZARD (FORTHCOMING)
5. CASPA - LION ROAR (EMER REMIX)(DUB)
6. SKRILLZ - FOR THE HOOD (EMER REMIX)(FORTHCOMING)
7. TEK ONE - DO NOT BEND (EMER REMIX)(DUB)
8. DQUEUE - CHICKEN DIPPAZ (EMER REMIX)(FORTHCOMING)
9. DATSIK_FLUX PAVILLION - GAME OVER (EMER REMIX)(DUB)
10. 16 BIT - CHAINSAW CALLIGRAPHY (EMER REMIX)(DUB)
11. EMER - POSITIVE AND PROGRESSIVE MATH WILL SAVE US ALL(VIP)(DUB)
12. TAIKI - EVIL JOCKY(EMER REMIX)(FORTHCOMING)
13. STATELAPSE - APOCALYPSE(EMER REMIX)(DUB)
14. EMER - ALUMINUM(MASTER)(SUBVANDALS-018)(DUB)
15. HVYHTTRS - SMOKIN TREES(EMER REMIX)(DUB)
16. EMER - OH SKUNT(PAH JE REMIX)(SUBVANDALS-020)

Friday, December 31, 2010

WTF IS BROSTEP NEWS



PRODUCERS FEATURED:
EMER
SKRILLZ
PAH JE
SMILODON
BRYZERGOLD
CRIMES
CODY BREEZE
VICEGRIP

AND MORE TBA

CONFIRMATIONS SO FAR

1/1/11 EMER - SKRILLZ B2B 12-1:30 (SECRET LOCATION)W/ UNICRON/BERETTA/DTL CONTRAVERSY/TAGZ/SLEKZ

1/7/11 SUB.FM FIRST FRIDAY 8-10 PM EASTERN /1-3 AM SATURDAY UK
MORE TBA
1/8/11 @ the institute

2/19/11 ST. LOUIS - EMER - PAH JE - SKRILLZ - VICEGRIP
MORE TBA (MINNEAPOLIS, INDIANAPOLIS, AND MORE)

3/11 ORLANDO - FLORIDA
tampa confirmed


4/2/11 CALIFORNIA (FESTIVAL)

contact brofilth@gmail.com for how to host a stop

FLYER DESIGN PROVIDED!!!

also contact about basement filth partys and guitar center filth demo's!!

trying to have mini dates for tour for studio mixes, streams, house partys, and any other genreral skunting!!

EMER - NEW PC by EmeR BroFilth
EMER / sKRiLLz / MENSE - Let me tell you about by EmeR BroFilth
HVYHTTRS - SMOKIN TREES (EMER REMIX) by EmeR BroFilth
EMER - BLIZZARD by EmeR BroFilth

"If 2009 and 2010 were the years for “dubstep” to finally crawl out of the gutter and begin to make its way into the limelight with Britney-sprinkled Rusko tracks, 2011 appears to be the year for long-term underground music aficionados to point their fingers at its success, and protest hysterically that they want no part of the sell-out. Unsurprisingly, NPR recently confirmed my theory by proclaiming that dubstep has entered an “identity crisis”:

“A strict definition of the music continues to elude taxonomists,” they write, “in part because the genre has broken down into two broad categories, with dark, melancholy, low-energy beats on one side and aggressive, bass-friendly dance music on the other.”

Personally, I’ve never been a big fan of genre-splitting; I consider it a nit-picky hipster practice that tends to box artists into obscure categories and prevents talented producers from working together. But, since whatever NPR tells me must be true, I suspect that an up-and-coming storm of music elitists is about to start telling me that audience-friendly dubstep isn’t “real” dubstep, that “bro-step” is an over-produced sound, and that nobody appreciates “good” music anymore.

And so -- before all of this nonsense begins to unfold -- I’d like to say a couple of things about one of my favorite local “brostep” producers: DJ Emer.

Emer is a Philadelphia-based DJ and producer with over 10 years of experience behind decks and a well-balanced background in hip-hop, dnb, 2-step and UK Garage. Most recently, this underground jack-of-all-trades has focused his efforts on dancefloor-compatible bangers characterized by big drops, simplistic structre, and (*gasp*) even pop samples.

There are many reasons to respect DJ Emer, but what impresses me most about this down-to-earth “brostep” producer is his ability to relate to his audience. In spite of his extensive knowledge base, this is a man who chooses to throw in the towel when it comes to the high-brow connoisseurship attitude that defines most producers of bastard electronic music genres. Simply put, Emer Brostep is what happens when a dubstep DJ pulls the pseudo-intellectual stick out of his ass and fully embraces his role as an accessible, crowd-friendly entertainer.

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