ROB SPARX - SPACE GRIME EP - MIGRATION RECORDS
RELEASE DATE: 11.26.2012
FORMAT: DIGITAL 320K (MP3) 1411K (Wav)
British DJ/Producer Rob Sparx blesses us with the glitch-heavy ‘Space Grime’ EP on his Migration Records imprint, a seven-track journey that clocks in at just under 31 minutes. Sparx collaborates with a number of other artists, including John Maveric, Shadow Conspiracy, PLS DNT STP, Trigon, Wigz & Conscious and Kel-C, of which the end products range from pure tearout filth, grimey 8-bit rawness, trance-infused melodies, space-age hip-hop, and dub influenced productions.
ROB SPARX - ‘New Life’
‘New Life’ begins with a soulful liquid Dubstep-funk intro, led by an epic, euphoric old-skool hardcore breakdown & vocal. The drop is all Dubstep, and which switches effortlessly back-and forth between ‘Future- Jungle’ and Dubstep – definitely one for the lady-steppas.
ROB SPARX vs. JOHN MAVERIC - ‘PSYCHO’
Upon first listen you may be a little confused about what you are listening to, with eerie sounds, samples and vocal clips taken from a range of classic horror films. But once your hear ‘Psycho’ drop there can be no mistake! Words really can’t discribe how glitchy and nasty this tune is... Just trust that you need this tune in your crate.
ROB SPARX vs. PLS DNT STP feat. TRIGON - ‘DEVA STATE’
‘Deva State’ is a cheeky tearout Dubstep bass workout led by the immensely talented PLS DNT STP on the vocals and ‘trap-step’ hats from Trigon (courtesy of Profound Audio). This hip-hop tinged bouncy roller can’t help but make you wear your best ‘screw-face’. Warning: not to be played in the car unless road-rage is desired.
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