I can safely say the first dubstep song I ever actually liked was Gemini’s remix of Kelis. This track, called Brave, made me realize there was indeed a dub out there for me. The drop on this track is soooo unexpected: it’s trance but with a HEAVY bassline. I love it. Thomas Slinger AKA Gemini uses his classic piano skills to give all his tracks a unique feel. He brings the ivory keys in and out of almost every track, and it works wonderfully. His rework of You Need Me, an Ed Sheeran original, showcases this piano work well. The synth combined with classical piano on this track is EPIC, and the end result puts you high in the sky while ripping FIERCE dubstep when you least expect it. Nobody else seems to weave piano so beautifully through dubstep, this kid will rip your face off while tears run down it. This is present again in the trance-step original, Elevate. Things get a bit more aggressive on Whiskers, a MASSIVE collaboration with Feed Me. The two meld Feed Me’s aggressive electro with Gemini’s melodic dub to great success. This track BUMPSSSS. Lastly, I featured Whiiite’s remix of A Fire Inside earlier in the month, so I’ll include Slinger’s original, a venture into electro house. While a departure from his signature style, this song is quite good in its own right.