Pitchfork: The Month in Grime/Dubstep

The U.S. dubstep powerbase continues to grow around their two lynchpins: Joe Nice and New York’s Dub War parties. Most prominent of the new producers is Moldy. While a little sonically clean, Moldy has a good ear for melodies and a healthy work rate. Check Joe Nice’s “ar-chives” for loads of Moldy riddims. Also based out of the U.S. are Secret Agent Gel, Mathhead, Revol’Dub, and DJ Craze cohort Juju. The latter, already well known for his d&b productions, has an interesting take on tension-through-delay, as on the tasty digital “Youthman Dub”.

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