Dirty in both name and delivery, Mr K offers up two tracks of deep, low-slung, venue-rattling dubstep that pays homage to the formative half-time years before people started using words like 'post' and 'not' to try and define the genre's development. Skankers of the world unite, if you catch the drift. 'Ol Dirty' threatens to ruin subs with its reverb'd lows and loose, easy going drums, reminding us of why dubstep should start with dub. 'Forever' is a more complex outing, smoky piano keys lolling over the top of a lazy rhythm, top end brass stabs jazzing things up before slow and sexy wind adds to the impressive musicality. Throw in a timeless spoken word sample and the result is an accomplished piece that'll sound equally intoxicating at home, in your headphones or setting late evening vibes.
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