fuck. it's 2010 and i suppose that means i am obligated to post "experimental dubstep" tracks and subtitle them with proclamations of their mould-breaking and genre-bending tendencies. I'm not really down. Almost as soon as the new year rolled around and "Hyph Mango" was hailed as some sort of divine sending to the world of dubstep, the style tripped over its feet and collapsed into a pile of heartless productions and blog saturation. So now what happens when the once holy Joy Orbison releases something new? nothing really. the track is listened to once or twice, then discarded into the same pile that houses the 3000th balkan/tribal/tech/latin/african/shit house track, and the latest afrojack ringtone. pretty sad.
so what do i post now?
old fashioned jump up dub?
i'll just throw up my middle finger and post the surkin EP. it's actually cool/different.
Tech tuesdays baby. it's on this characterless day of the week that i will shove tunes of a very characterless genre in your face. Techno. Tech-House. Despite the fact that nobody talks about them on the blogs very much, they comprise the vast majority of electronic music releases today. Ill give you the good stuff, because there is ALOT of shitty stuff to get thru.
BUT BEFORE i let you go, i must clear something up.
You may have found this website through a link. you may have found this website through divine guidance. you may have found it looking for dance music to play at your sweet sixteen. regardless of your method of arrival, you can be assured that only the dopest of the ill will find its way to this page, and i swear to that uncompromisingly.
now, courtesy of my enlightenedness, comes the first musical piece available for download on PEACE n BASS. the reach of this song's influence easily merks the reach of mr. fantastic's elastic arms 10 times over. humor me, and listen to Lyn Collins • (Think) About It