Friday, 12 March 2010

Sub:Stance Mixed By Scuba

Over the past few days I've been listening to Scuba's new mix, Sub:Stance, released on the Ostgut Ton label. The mix is brilliant, incorporating an eclectic mix of dubstep and UK bass. The playlist includes well known dubstep artists such as Digital Mystikz (Mala) and Shackleton, as well as a number of the group of Hemlock/Hotflush/Hessel Audio artists who are producing a number of interesting and innovative dubstep and electronic tracks (e.g. Untold, Sigha, Pangaea, Joy Orbison, Instra:mental). It is both a laid back mix, but something which can also get you moving, and the mix provides a few unreleased tracks with George Fitzgerald's 'Don't You' being the highlight of these offerings.

Scuba (aka Paul Rose) also includes three of his new tracks on the mix. He has a number of releases to his name, the most recent being his Aesaunic EP released on the Hotflush label (HF024) with a five song tracklist. This is worth a listen, and if you like Scuba also try Sigha who features on the mix, with both having a similar style (,


1) Sigha - Light Swells (In A Distant Space)

2) Airhead - Paper Street

3) Sigha - Early Morning Lights

4) Pangaea - Sunset Yellow

5) Joy Orbison - The Shrew Would Have Cushioned The Blow

6) Shortstuff - See Ya

7) Untold - No One Likes A Smart Arse

8) Scuba - You Got Me

9) Surgeon - Klonk Pt.4

10) DFRNT - Headspace (Scuba's Secret Mix)

11) AQF - Born And Raised

12) Badawi - Anlan 7

13) Joy Orbison - Hyph Mngo

14) Mount Kimbie - Maybes (James Blake Remix)

15) Sigha - Seeing God

16) Ramadanman - Tempest

17) Instra:mental - Voyeur

18) Sigha - Shapes

19) George Fitzgerald - Don't You

20) Scuba - Minerals

21) Shackleton - It's Time For Love

22) Digital Mystikz (Mala) - Stand Against War

23) Scuba - Last Stand

24) Joker - Psychedelic Runaway

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