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Lockah-The Sour Drink From The Ocean

Mad Decent on May 21, 2012 19:54

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    Lockah, a standout among the bourgeoning bass music community of Scotland, proudly releases his debut EP on Diplo's Jeffree's imprint today. When U Stop Feeling Like A Weirdo & Become A Threat succinctly demonstrates his penchant for melody in the context of sub-octave bass music that defies any singular genre tag. A resident and general proponent of the fringe-city of Aberdeen (think the Milwaukee of Scotland), Lockah has helped build an organic, exceptionally self-sustaining scene with his Tuff Wax imprint that has become a glaring blip on the global radar with releases from ¥oin, Bones & Money, Grobie and others.

    When U Stop Feeling Like A Weirdo & Become A Threat features skittering drums that reference New Orleans bounce and southern trap music circa '98, warbling synths that feel at home among boogie 12-inches of the late '80s, and the low end that is undeniably en vogue currently. An emotive and frankly un-danceable collection of 3 tracks capped off by a breathtaking remix by Pictureplane, Lockah has created a thoughtful piece that sits among some of the most interesting and compelling releases from the post-dubstep-era UK.

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    Released by: Jeffrees
    Release/catalogue number: JEFF020
    Release date: Jun 14, 2012


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