James Blake – Overgrown

By now it might be common knowledge that James Blake is a musician that demands a certain amount of attention. After a brief spell of recording music under his erstwhile moniker, Harmonimix, and releasing numerous EPs and singles under his own name, Blake released his self-titled debut to well-earned praise. Minimal and unique, it was what dubstep … [Read more...]

Mount Kimbie – Cold Spring Fault Less Youth

Post-dubstep is a trite title, really. A genre that was supposedly pioneered by London duo Mount Kimbie, it’s a moniker that doesn’t do them any justice at all. Why? Because dubstep has always been, to put in clichéd terms, all style over substance. It has become is emotionally destitute, save physical interplay, born and bred on the dance … [Read more...]

James Blake – James Blake

Runner up of the BBC's Sound of 2011 poll, up and comer James Blake is nothing less than a maelstrom of intricacy. Having cut his teeth in the South London jungle and dubstep turntable circles whilst studying popular music at Goldsmiths University, he spent most of 2010 creating his self titled debut record. No-one saw what was coming, as his … [Read more...]

Zomby – Dedication

Its been almost three years since Zomby released his debut album Where Were You in '92, a rave album paying homage to early 90's dance culture.  With antiquated gear such as the Akai S2000 and Atari ST, he impressed critics with his production skills as well as his enthusiastic authenticity. Most Americans may not know or care but its an … [Read more...]