Posts tagged "Post-dubstep"

SBTRKT – The Rat Road

It’s interesting to think that a whole generation is growing up on music SBTRKT has had some  sort of impact on, potentially without knowing who he even is. Granted, the English producer is infamously elusive. Often hidden behind a mask, even his moniker alludes to his penchant for anonymity. Most

Daniel Avery has had an epiphany. The Bournemouth DJ and producer, best known for his hook-laden style of techno and post-dubstep breakbeats, touts his latest album Ultra Truth “a distorted fever dream of a record: riled, determined and alive.” It’s an album, as its title might suggest, that acknowledges the

If Hagop Tchaparian seems familiar, it’s for good reason. He’s been active behind the scenes of acts like Hot Chip as both producer and manager, quietly contributed to underground compilations, and even flirted with fame as the guitarist of punk rock band Symposium. Lately, he’s fostered a creative relationship with

From Bollywood house bangers to gorgeously crafted remixes, we roundup our favourite tracks of the week. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Anish Kumar – Nazia  Possibly one of the coolest new acts in the UK house

It’s possible that English post-dubstep duo Mount Kimbie are about to drop one of the most interesting projects in their career. An expansion of their recent MK 3.5 In Your Eyes & A Deities Encore | Q & Quartz EP as a full LP, MK 3.5 Die Cuts | City

While British electronic duo Mount Kimbie may pull from krautrock to post-dubstep and hip-hop, it’s the synthesis of these influences that has produced something aesthetically distinct. In fact, the sonics of Mount Kimbie’s particular electronic landscape are so tightly woven, that you wouldn’t be remiss to forget that the group

American electronic duo Odesza occupy an odd space in the future bass lineage. While their sound has arguably been fairly essential to the establishment of the EDM off-shoot, they’ve become less prolific to the genre than the likes of, say, Flume or Bonobo. A reason for this is likely Odesza’s

Atlanta’s Nikki Nair is sort of unmatched when it comes to creating dexterous and ever mutating formulations of breakbeats and club sounds. Defining Nair’s work per-se is nearly impossible, in the span of three minutes he could surge from footwork to drill’n’bass to dubstep and back again. Last year’s excellent

For over a decade, James Vine has found himself at the fore of the bass music boom. Better known as ENiGMA Dubz, Vine has been pushing the boundaries of what bass could be since cutting his teeth on the dubstep scene. He’s the sort of artist who’s anything but an

Max Cooper approaches music like mathematics. His background and PhD in science is likely part of this unique approach, with Cooper’s interests lying in the science of sequencing sound. The result of this obsessive investiture into the possibilities of sound design has resulted in Cooper becoming renowned for crafting a

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