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scuba - personality (album preview)

Experimedia with Scup on March 08, 2012 01:56

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    Available from Experimedia.net. Scuba is the production and DJ alias of Paul Rose, the curator of Hotflush Recordings, a label which, having released some of the most important tracks of the formative period of dubstep, has grown into a leading player in the wider world of electronic music. A celebrated and influential DJ, Scuba was voted #25 in Resident Advisor's 2011 poll of the world's Top 100 DJs and has also been nominated for several categories in DJ Magazine's Best of British 2011 Awards. In 2011, Scuba released his Adrenalin EP, picking up radio plays from Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Rob Da Bank as well as Mistajam, illustrating how his sound has mutated into previously-unexplored areas. Alongside Adrenalin, Scuba also released his edition of K7!'s DJ Kicks series, which has made notable appearances on several "Best of 2011" lists. Scuba's third album through Hotflush, Personality, features 11 brand-new tracks and takes in a wealth of genres across contemporary dance music, proving once again Scuba's place at the cutting-edge of the electronic music scene. "Where he once used dubstep as the foundation for his distinctive productions, this time he's taking prog house, trance, big beat, rave, old techno, and synth pop, and packaging it up in something stylishly retro, all coated in a futuristic 2012 sheen... one of the gutsiest, risky things a pillar of the scene like Scuba could have done." --Pitchfork (8.1)

    Released by: hotflush
    Release/catalogue number: hf007cd
    Release date: Mar 7, 2012

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