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And this LP will forever be an insight into what it was like when it was just a well-kept secret. Jasmine Kent-Smith. As a mutant crossover of electroclash and indie began to rock its way round dancefloors because of DJs like Boys Noize and Erol Alkan, a French duo burst into the world like a pair of mischievous banshees, intent on causing one hell of a ruckus in the rave.
C at the top of the millennium. Where grime music thrived in the dance, road rap really did live on the roads, in tinted cars and in barber shops. Joseph JP Patterson. It seemed as though dubstep had been completely hijacked by the wobbly, face-melting basslines of producers like Skrillex and Borgore in But it would take the release of his self-titled debut in to make a caustic change to the dance music landscape.
And with it, he made muted music the new normal. Like an electronic sleeper cell, the record would sneak into bedrooms and radio playlists with its Bon Iver-esque, lovelorn lyrics, but dismantle speakers with glitchy vocals, throat-throbbing basslines and 2-step rhythms. That will be my legacy. The shock of the new could be felt on every dancefloor, as dubstep imploded and a new rush of low-end energy and experimentation surged forth.
He signed to Warp in and released the best album of this fertile period a year later. And, seven years later, it passes the ultimate litmus test — sounding as future-proof now as it did back when it first landed. January 13, Disclosure play Corsica Studios in London. The brothers from Surrey are the sound of right now and, as everyone here suspects correctly, the not-so-distant future too.
The UK underground fell in love with the homegrown, new-skool house that Disclosure epitomised and fresh-faced kids the country over realised that dance music is The One. The sound was everywhere, unstoppable. A nationwide serotonin rush occurs. Its influence remains, to be found in UK bass house and setting the blueprint for pop house by the likes of Gorgon City.
It was a gateway, Guy and Howard the pied pipers who led many toward the light. The album itself moved footwork away from its roughshod roots, presenting 14 finely-crafted tracks that saw the Teklife camp level up to a plump, slick but no less incendiary production style. Quite often, the most memorable and acclaimed artists in the world are the most singular entities. Attitudes, personalities and characteristics that are completely unique to one person set them aside from the over-saturated crowd.
A pretty eclectic bunch, right? Arca probably falls more in this category than anyone else and has been sculpting a beautifully-jagged and urgent sound for the last five years. H and Kamixlo, particularly on his latest Bala Club EP, are bringing forward industrial, dystopian rhythms that feel influenced by Ghersi. No-one really does it like Arca and whether the music terrifies or inspires you, Arca does it in a way you simply cannot ignore. Home Latest News Menu.
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