Notixx has come a long way since he was last featured on the site with his remix of Calvertron’s ‘Buggin.’ This funky fresh glitch hop anthem ‘Inspirations’ has been given out fo’ free in light of him reaching 10,000 fans on Facebook, so I think a congratulations is in order! His music has been getting support from Caspa and the rest of the Dub Police family for awhile now; also make sure to keep an eye out for his next EP release which should be happening within the next couple months I believe. Turn it up and get the funk down!
It’s been a minute since I posted Notixx’s sick bootleg of Crizzly’s Dream so today I’ve got yet another killer remix, but this time it’s of the filthy Calvertron and his track Buggin. Their intro is damn good with a real catchy progression thanks to the combined producer elements. It’s definitely a different, new take on MOOMBAHTON and who doesn’t like new things? Check ‘er out and download this new Notixx tune!
On this family filled Sunday I’ve got the recent holders of the #3 Top Beatport Dubstep release in on a Producer Profile and a dope bootleg of Crizzly’s remix of Go Hard that goes equally as hard. These two gents are making big moves and this is only the beginning for them. Take a read and download their latest tune below and more after the break!
Ryan Sinatra – 21 – Jamestown, NY
Zack “Doodle” Fowler – 23 – Jamestown, NY
How did you get started with music? What made you start producing electronic music?
We both were very interested with music growing up. Zack and i both played various instruments growing up including the trumpet, drums, and guitar. I’ve always been very interested in music and had taken part in various small bands and such. I began toying around with very simple and low-end DAWs like garage band when i was maybe 13 or 14 and got hooked because of how limitless the possibilities are. I didn’t start listening to electronic music until about a year ago when i started hearing some of the more mainstream artists (Skrillex, Flux, Doctor P) and from then on i grabbed Ableton live and started cranking away and developing persona style. About a year later and we’re where we’re at today.