Coming at you with some more dub, here we have a remix of the classic Martyn track Vancouver. Its crisp and its cool, leaving the listener with a spaced out yet uptempo vibe. Check it.
Here we have some classic dubstep, before brostep became the prevailing sound. The track is chill, has a nice touch of wonk, and it doesn’t overpower the listener with farts layered one on top of the other. It’s solid.
Coming in with a catchy break and sampling what sounds like an Asian string instrument, this track embraces the wonk while still holding onto a dancier attitude. Halfway through the horns and a ride are brought in, followed by an acidy moment. Definitely a cool little chune, give it a listen.
This is for the wonk enthusiasts. Coming at you with intense breaks and wubs and with interesting vocal samples layered in between, this track demands you to participate as an active listener. The wonk will grab a hold of you and suck you in, and you’ll feel like you’re in a 4 minute spin cycle in a dryer with spare change.
Greeting us right away with reverberating percussion and pacing along ever so easily this track can and will put you in a trance. High hats combine with the rest to really get in going, and the higher pitched bell sounds give this track a sweet finish that will leave you feeling nice.
Here we have another wall of sound. Starting out with a nice ambient, churchie vibe, this track then greets us with a nice vapory sounding techno-ish sound. The vocal chops add some nice flavor, and the change ups keep things even more interesting. Solid track if you like the wonk.
I love it when layers of noise give us a great song, and this song is a perfect example. The higher end sounds are perplexing yet welcoming, and the constant and incessant kick joins everything in a way you wouldn’t expect. It truly is order from chaos, and it comes together very well.