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Archive for March 15, 2010
Paul Rose is one of the most influential figures in the world of dubstep. As label head of Hotflush Recordings, he’s helped release work from Benga, Shackleton and, of course, Joy Orbison and his RA #1 single of 2009, “Hyph Mngo.” Events-wise, he’s one of the masterminds behind Sub:stance, a night that has brought the likes of Mala, D-Bridge, Scion and Kode9 to Berlin’s Berghain. And, under the Scuba name, he’s produced two full-lengths of remarkably diverse work that reflect his wide-ranging taste and machine mastery.
The forthcoming Triangulation album showcases Scuba’s talent for all things bass-oriented. But his recently birthed SCB moniker has reflected another huge interest of Rose’s, that of the four-four variety. Described recently as “Balearic techno with a rainy soul” by RA’s Max Bacharach, Rose’s SCB project has the same focus on emotional body music. It’s simply filtered through a different tempo. On his RA podcast, you’ll get to hear both, as Rose takes us through the world of Scuba and SCB in what seems like a very short 83 minutes.
Published / 15 March 2010
Filesize / 99.59 MB
Length / 01:22:54
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