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I would have loved to post some Janelle Monae here today, but such is the excitement around her outstanding new album that I’ve been beaten to it. Luckily, one of dubstep’s kings of utter filth has just premièred his latest sonic assault.

Diving further into the gutter than even last year’s Choke on Coke EP (and its delightfully tasteful artwork), “Disturbed” is just that. The bassline on this track isn’t even a bassline – it sound like more like the growling, gaping jaws of a demon-possessed monster of the kind John Carpenter might fantasize about in a particularly twisted moment. Hell, one of the top rated YouTube comments on the track insists that it’s ‘dirtier than Bin Laden’s wank flannel‘ – do you need a higher recommendation that that?





Deviant.
05.19.10
Personally preferred the Smoking Killz ep to Choke On Coke. I am interested to see how he could sustain himself over a whole lp though, because I get the feeling that he's only going to hold magic over a short period of time


plane
05.19.10
Dirty is right

StreetlightRock
05.19.10
This is hella interesting.

StreetlightRock
05.20.10
That drop at the end is like woah.

Enotron
05.20.10
Very interesting samples and manipulations in there. I've never fully understood the setup of DJs and whether they directly trigger samples/loops or if they have it pre-sequenced and just do general mixing.

bloc
05.20.10
This is some nasty shit right here.

2muchket!
05.20.10
thank me later for mentioned 'em to you d00d

Rev
05.20.10
Too nasty

klap
05.20.10
FILTHY. butler you're gonna make me post some excision or something my next sotd

Iai
05.20.10
Yeah 2muchket gets the credit for introducing me to this guy's music

2muchket!
05.20.10
/hipster victory

ugh just listened to this again

such a good tracks

klap
05.20.10
listening to this when i wake up brings a smile to my face

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