Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Scuba - Adrenalin



Paul Rose aka Scuba has recently announced his new e.p Adrenalin is to be released in September via his own Hotflush label. Since it's early beginnings Hotflush has been at the forefront of the Dubstep scene pushing it's boundaries and promoting some of the most talented and unique producers around. It is home to many artists i've featured on this blog such as Mount Kimbie, Sepalcure & Falty DL as well as Joy Orbison, Sigha & Boxcutter.

Scuba's own music can be described in a similar fashion, always fluid and unique productions pushing the envelope of Dubstep and it's various strains. This new e.p see's him opt for a more house/electro oriented style, complete with his trademark reverb drenched synths and filtered vocal samples. 

Below is the title track Adrenalin from the new e.p and three more classic Scuba tracks, enjoy!

Adrenalin released 26th September 2011 on Hotflush Recordings
Tracklisting:
A1. Adrenalin
B1. Never

B2. Everywhere








31 comments:

  1. Didnt hear much about him before. Best ones were Adrenaline and Latch.
    Didnt like "Before" very much though

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  2. Good songs. I never heard of this guy before but I'm deffenetly gonna listen to him now!

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  3. Nice. I wish I were drunker to enjoy it even more. lol

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  4. Sometimes its weird to see a face to a music without a vocalist. Its very good stuff!

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  5. I really like that last one, has a dark, creepy sound to it.

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  6. EXCELLENT atmospheric polysynths in these, also ((((BASS))))

    +1 yo, cheers

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  7. never heard of him, thx for the info :D

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  8. Hadn't heard the previews yet man, Adrenaline sounds big. Definite bag on sight.

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  9. Good Stuff keep the beats coming!

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  10. Dang, I like that, gets me moving, good for working out. Thanks for the intro.

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  11. Pretty good tunes! Cheers for sharing (:

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  12. Really makes me want to get up and get down

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  13. Ugh, remind me to never look at blogs on a library computer. None of these are loading. :(

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  14. I can appreciate these dubstep tracks. They have a groove and flow to them without the hard drops and messy noise.

    @DWei: I ran into that problem earlier today.

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  15. na... these are too old school for me. Sound like something i listened to back in 2003

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