DJ Fresh – Louder + Remixes


DJ Fresh – Louder (Club Mix)

Last summer DJ Fresh‘s smash hit Gold Dust took the world by storm, causing ragetastic pandemonium across the globe. The DnB hit was a staple of Annie Mac Radio1 shows, and Flux Pavilion‘s remix was THE staple dubstep track of any bass-heavy set. The legendary DJ Fresh is at it again, with his latest summer jam Louder. It shows a transition to more bass-friendly production for Mr. Fresh, and features another phenomenal set of vocals in the same mold as Gold Dust. You won’t need to keep your ears out for the release on July 3rd, you’ll be hearing this badboy everywhere.

DJ Fresh – Louder (Flux Pavilion & Doctor P Remix) [ +++ logikal ]

If you’re connected with us on our facebook page, or a big fan of UKF Dubstep on youtube, you’ve most likely jammed out to the preview of the Flux Pavilion and Doctor P remix of Louder. The Circus Records top heads share much of the responsibility for the explosion of dubstep onto the world scene over the last couple years, and their laundry list of hits even over that short time span would be too long to feature here. This is their FIRST EVER collaboration on a track, and it’s the best thing since sliced bread. The version we have here is one of the longer version’s we could find on the interwebz because it’s looped in a couple of places, but only slightly noticeable. It’ll suffice until the full version drops in early July!

DJ Fresh – Louder (Drumsound and Bassline Remix) [ amazing ]

You’ll be really happy with this Drumsound and Bassline version if you’ve ever gotten down to some nice vocal DnB. It’s every bit as juicy as you’d want your fat beat. It’s tracks like these that remind how good DnB still is.

Bonus Logik!
You know how we know Doctor P is crazy? This track. Insanity.
Doctor P – Tetris (Extended Version) [ 8-bit rowdiness ]

Doctor P and Flux Pavilion are commencing their U.S. tour within the coming weeks, and we couldn’t be more stoked to finally have our faces melted by them. I heard through the grapevine that they’ll be at EDC Las Vegas, but they’re DEFINITELY going to be at Insomniac thrown Audiotistic Festival in southern California. So if EDC isn’t happening for you this year, Audio is gonna be the best chance to catch them at a major show. Info + tickets at the Audiotistic website HERE.


Posted on May 7, 2011 in Bass, Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Music

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Responses (8)

  1. Riley
    May 7, 2011 at 12:39 pm · Reply

    LOVEEE the blog, but Flux and Doc. P actually have done a track together before louder.

    Its called Stinkfinger and heres a youtube link

    • Martian
      May 7, 2011 at 12:52 pm · Reply

      That’s interesting considering Flux Pavilion left this facebook status the other day..

      “bit of fun trivia for you, this is the first time me and Doctor P have worked on a track together since we started Circus 2 years ago”

      I dug up stinkfinger while doing my research. Wonder if he forgot or if maybe it actually wasn’t a collab? or before they started circus.

      • Fish
        May 10, 2011 at 5:42 am · Reply

        Yeah stinkfinger was before Circus, it’s basically the track that started Circus records.

        • Johnzedrick
          February 27, 2012 at 9:28 am · Reply

          Yo! These tapes are what my youth was made of!Vitamin D kllied on these bad boys. Mad respect for putting these up. Someone stole my set way back and this made my day!!

        • mplcqnwqsk
          February 28, 2012 at 12:39 am · Reply

          5b9Tp3 vroinidsallb

  2. gayboy
    July 8, 2011 at 3:03 am · Reply

    this is cool!! : D

  3. country
    August 14, 2011 at 1:19 pm · Reply

    country is the best music out there hate this dubby stuff why does facebook show these links

  4. Rudy
    September 23, 2011 at 3:33 pm · Reply

    good stuff right here man no lie

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