Dogma Delivers Heavy Dubstep on ‘False Idols’ EP

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Following several stunning releases, Dogma continues to showcase his brutal dubstep sound on the False Idols EP on Uplink Audio.


One of the most promising dubstep artists coming out of the Midwest is Dogma. In just the last few months, the Chicago-based artist has provided direct support for Rusko, Zomboy, FuntCase, Borgore, and Trollphace. He also saw considerable success last year when several artists including Snails and 12th Planet supported “Decimation,” his collaboration with ELEVATD.

Now, following several releases on Buygore, Dogma is back and ready to dominate your eardrums with the False Idols EP on Downlink’s Uplink Audio label. Featuring three original tracks, the False Idols EP is absolutely brutal from start to finish and firmly establishes Dogma as an artist to watch in the bass music world.

If you’re looking for some heavy dubstep with undeniably high energy, this EP has you covered. It begins with “Cybernetic,” a collaboration with Evilnoiz that results in a heavy dubstep tune reminiscent of the sounds of MARAUDA. With samples inspired by Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator, this tune starts off the EP with some serious energy.

Let It Blast” comes next, continuing with huge dubstep growls and bone-crushing sound design. Closing out the EP is “The Brotherhood” featuring LA-based Blaqout, an aggressive track with appropriately placed vocals that truly exterminates the audience. With three hard-hitting tracks on a legendary label, Dogma delivers once again with this fresh EP, and we expect him to continue to gain momentum in the dubstep scene.

Listen to False Idols by Dogma below, stream and purchase it on all platforms, and let us know what you think of this EP in the comments below!

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Tracklist:

  1. Cybernetic (feat. Evilnoiz)
  2. Let It Blast
  3. The Brotherhood (feat. Blaqout)

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A lifelong Chicagoland native, Michael has been attending shows since discovering electronic music in late 2011.

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