Kill Paris, aka Corey Baker from Los Angeles, CA is on the rise. I definitely have posted several of his recent tracks like “Shades Of Funk” and his 2012 b-side of “The Love We Shared.” Both are must downloads so do your research and get that done. We at AYNE love the up-and-comers. While the “A-list” DJs are flying their private jets to Ibiza or kicking back in their state of the art studio, the guys trying to level up are busy in their modest, often self-constructed home studios, working tirelessly developing their own unique sound. In my opinion, Corey Baker’s hard work will be paid off quite soon. What he calls “dubstep” is not your typical bass heavy nonsense, no offense to the heavy dub people out there…just not my style. It’s not influenced by the crazy electronic dub music that has been made so popular by guys like Skrillex, Datsik, and Nero. It’s its own beautiful thing, proving further that despite the genre, every artist has an individual style and technique. Check out Kill Paris on display:

Kill Paris produces smooth, crisp, deeply melodic dubstep or as he so graphically puts it “Panty Soak” music that makes me smile. Each track is calm and collected while, at the same time, has the power to make you move and groove. They are dreamy, filled with funky bass vibes, and are each wonderfully constructed. In some ways it reminds me of Starslinger but with more depth. To put it concisely, this music is special. Kill Paris will be a big big name soon, so we advise you to get familiar. Take a listen to a bunch of his catalog below and grab some free downloads via his Soundcloud page.

Find more music, info, and events on the Kill Paris Facebook page and follow him on Twitter for the latest news and releases!

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