We invite Wheel & Deal-signee Mr. K for a three tracker, featuring some of this year's toughest Dubstep vibes yet. Better buckle up your seat belt for these stompers, holding the right snares, melodies and bass weight that will be stirring up the dance!
Version Collective is back with another excursion of highly apprised Dubstep, further kindling its burning path to global assertion. Following up on his swift appearance in the international scene through support from a whole cluster of respected artists like Kahn & Neek, Compa, Bukez Finezt, Youngsta, Hatcha and more.
Mr. K's time below the surface has long been swept away with steady quality output through Version Collective and a recent, outstanding
release by N-Type's imprint 'Wheel & Deal'. UK-based producer Kyle Smith has a long-standing history within the realms of underground bass music, spinning records and breathing music production from an early age - as can be sonically verified through his top-notch and highly soundsystem-affine batch of vibrations - cataloged as 'VCEP007'.
Starting off with eerie 'Spooky Dub', the listener is led down along a menacing path of intensely laid out bass weight - leaning towards the minimalist side of the spectrum.
Contemplating our physicality, we're ravaged by the fiery foundation of 'Lion', roaring along a rich percussive environment, augmenting its driving nature. Psychedelic inclinations can be felt throughout the
EP, embellishing its groove with mind-bending reverberations and delays, reminiscent of analogue tape echos.
'Holdin' commences its destructive pathway with infatuating shakers
accompanying a hypnotic melody. As the ramblings of a badman invigorates the listener further, he's met with a tribal outing of Mr. K's skill set, intrinsically dance-oriented music, designed to test your system's limits. Taking the scene by storm, his discography is already a more than decent addition the contemporary Dubstep scene - promising a bright future ahead.
Causing high-amplitude air fluctuations around the world, this stellar deliverance of musical pressure needs to be heard.