It is truly an exciting time for dubstep fans across the globe, as we move into somewhat of a second renaissance period for the genre, following on from an incredibly vibrant 2019. With the dawning of a new decade, we feel that the strength behind the 140BPM movement is going to continue gathering momentum, seeing producers press further and further into new territory, seeing the true potential of dubstep be reached for a second time.
However, for a lot of labels, such as New World Audio, there has been no period of down time, no respite, no need to discontinue the release schedule. For labels such as New World Audio, the last few years have proved to be the perfect breeding ground for exciting new producers, all looking to showcase their exceptional production skill sets with heavyweight original creations. Having first got involved with the label about four months ago with an official premiere for Mr. K’s ‘Run’, we have seen the imprint continue to grow and gain momentum at an alarming rate.
Today we are here to take a peek at their latest two track selection from Uselink, a Warsaw based producer who’s uniquely colorful approach to dubstep music has gained him quite a bit of support. This new project, courtesy of NWA, features two very tidy originals, the first of which takes the name ‘Wormhole’. This one embodies the haunted feel we hear threaded through so many classic dubstep creations, pushed forward by a combination of shimmering LFO slaps and high energy dungeon-style drums. What a corker!
On the flip side we are gifted another belter, this one taking the name ‘Back Home’, giving us a more reggae-inspired style of composition. From start to finish we hear Uselink’s production capabilities ringing true as he bends and manipulates the space around the edge of the tune to further amplify the instrumentation and harmonic structure. When both tracks are combined, this sure is a powerhouse drop.
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