Thursday, April 19, 2007

A few weeks back as Saturday faded, around 04.00am a friend dropped a song that had me bouncing like tigger (the rum helped as well) ... it was the dirtiest bit of dubstep I'd ever heard.
I've tracked it down and listened to it straight and it's just as good.

Bass Clef tears it. His album 'a smile is a curve that straightens most things' is a far more varied affair than most of the genre.. at times more shoegaze electronics than fierce bass.. can't recommend it enough.

Two songs to give you an idea of where he's heading..

'cannot be straightened' This is the song that shook my socks off

'thank you for starting fires' heavy echo dub ambience

The lp is only out on cd, but check 'The Opera' e.p for some of the best bit's on vinyl.

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