I already posted this but I don't think anyone noticed, you can get a free WAV of this by subscribing to Critical's mailing list, which is linked on the Youtube video. (DnB)
Powerful stuff from Twothirds, yet again (Dubstep)
His third EP is free as well (2 tracks). I'm definitely going to buy his first 2 when I get the chance. This is probably my favorite thing I've heard from this thread in awhile. It's like a cross between Seven Lions, Burial, and Blackmill.
This track shows off those 3 styles the most. It's from the third EP.
IV definitely tips more toward a Burial-esque style. Though you still get a lot of different influences.
Have any of you guys heard this? It's defo worth a listen, half dubstep and half African rhythms and instruments. Has a really nice vibe to it.
DRC Music (Damon Albarn)
Actually on 2nd listen, theres not much dubstep going on... just bits. Still good album though!
Can't say I'm as impressed as you, it sounds like any Knife Party/Kill The Noise/Skrillex track albeit less well produced.
Soular Order has been getting a lot of love here, I'm surprised as I was the first to post/find it considering how many people follow Monstercat.
Monstercat>Mr.FijiWiji>Fiji Network>Soular Order
oh is "the fij network" connected to mr. fijiwiji? i did have my suspicions. hes got a good taste that kid.
Haha, yeah, he canonises Burial a little to much, I like Burial as much as the next guy but, he made fun of some kid for asking if Burial was "original dubstep".
Synkro is on fire, whilst we're on the topic of garage.
Also this is an amazing track.
Did anyone else capitalise on that Med School Records sale?
I picked up Blood Pressure (CD) , Signal Drop (12"), Cerulean Blue (12"), Why Does Anyone Ever Do Anything (12") and The Future Sound Of Russia (CD) but that was on sale from Hospital anyway.
It's still on until the 5th if anyone is interested, I was thinking about getting some more stuff while I can, I think it's UK only though.