Dubstep addiction

I have been quick­ly devel­op­ing an obses­sion with a strain of UK club music known as dubstep/grime/sublow, etc. Grime’s vocal artists have had some lim­it­ed expo­sure in the US — Dizzee Ras­cal and Lady Sov­er­eign — but my dub­step curios­i­ty has been hard­er to sat­is­fy. It has been a long time since I have kept cur­rent on any kind of “dance” music, but my inter­est has now been cap­tured.
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Quiet mix

quietmix.pngThis set was orig­i­nal­ly intend­ed for the “qui­et” room of an art and music event that hap­pened in Berke­ley. As it turns out, I was too busy with the logis­tics of the event to make my appear­ance in said qui­et room.

A cou­ple of years lat­er, when a friend gen­er­ous­ly lent me their 1200s and a mix­er, I jumped on the oppor­tu­ni­ty to final­ly exe­cute this mix. I added a dis­c­man and anoth­er cd play­er to han­dle any dig­i­tal to dig­i­tal tran­si­tions, and I went for it.

This was a Christ­mas gift to my three band­mates a few years ago. I still lis­ten to it on occa­sion. I hope you enjoy it.


down­load: quiet_mix.mp3 (71.47MB)
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