Electric Basement is back with yet another episode of Wobble Wednesdays; this week, we feature British Columbian-based producer Excision and his HIGHLY anticipated yearly addition to the Shambhala lineup that’s infected our brains since ‘07. 1) Expect nothing short of “Face Melting” drops straight to “Hell” that our good friend Excision has become so well known for in the [DUBSTEP] industry. “Shambhala Mix 2011” features a few bangers that many of you will recognize from artists like Skrillex, Bassnectar, Noisia, and Nero, as well as a few of his own Excision productions thrown into the mix as well. Pump up the bass Tenants (Disclaimer: We are in NO WAY responsible for any Brain Damages you may incur from previewing this Compilation) 2) Words cannot describe how much joy it brings me to introduce our next track. The theme song to everyone’s favourite Villain/Bio-Excorcists gets a nice [DUBSTEP] refix from the Indiana-native Figure. The young producer has made quite a name for himself these past couple of years, throwing out banger after banger with his signature “Eerie Themes” and “Thick Bass Wobbles. Put “Beetlejuice (Dubstep Remix)” on repeat three times, and maybe it’ll bring your dance-floor back to life from beyond the grave! 3) Here in the frigid cold Norths we call “HOME” (AKA Canada), we are known globally for THREE exports: Raw Materials; Manufactured Goods; Supplying some of the worlds BEST [DUBSTEP] Producers. [DUBSTEP] duo, The Killabits team up with fellow countrymen Zeds Dead this time around to grace us with the vocal mix that is, “Just Hold Me”. Formerly known as, “Bassmentality”, this remake adds a much needed vocal sample that was missing from the Original Mix. It’s not an officially released studio version, but it’s the closest you’ll get to getting your hands on this track. 4) Last, but never the least, Dutch [DUBSTEP] trio Noisia has finally announced that they will be teaming up with the burgeoning label that is Mau5trap and Deadmau5 himself. “Tommy’s Theme” begins quite pleasantly with all its Orchestral Grandeur only to be forced through the Machine we all know as “Death & FUCK YOU”. Describing this track as “Filthy” would be an understatement. With the soft choral voices accompanied by massive kicks and deadly bass swipes, Noisia proves once again why they are one of the leading engineers of [DUBSTEP] in this day and age with their ability to adapt their music to such different dynamic ranges. Huge read today, but always accompanied by tracks of equal size. Enjoy the post Tenants, and always keep the [HOUSE] rocking!