Monday, October 11


. Monday, October 11

The last thing the world needs right now is a discussion about the future of dubstep and the genre's various forays into mainstream culture. One thing that is interesting however is the way in which soulful vocalists are increasingly being drawn towards the genre and finding their rich voices complimented by what can be a very technical style of electronic music. One of my favourite songs at the moment is 'Night Air' by Jamie Woon, a slick and impassioned plea of a track which sees Jamie almost crying out for help. The original song is great but the remix, courtesy of London's Ramadanman is something else. Somehow turning a series of clicks and pulses into a fully fleshed out emotion capable of standing against Jamie's excellent vocal it sees the perfect marriage between man and machine. Next year looks set to be big for Jamie too, despite first cropping up in 2007 the next twelve months will see the release of his solo album which comes with production from scene overlord and influential Yoda like figure, Burial.



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