Currently enjoying a DJ Distance mix that will be featured on Gutterbreakz within the next few days. I've also just finished listening to a pirate radio style broadcast from MC Gutter of the gutter breakz legion squad youngers (also available on said blog). My feelings, of late, towards dubstep have transcended apathy, into the realms of couldn't given a shit, considering they never release any fucking records. Not only that, but when someone does release a record, it's usually about 4 years old and by that time you've just completely lost interest.
Nevertheless, I think it's safe to put away the valium, 2 litre bottle of vodka and cheese wire for another small while. There might actually be a bit of action in the Dubstep scene within the next couple of months and Tempa have signed Skream's amazing 'Late Night Request Line', which should be out in late summer.
Holy Sister Philomena of Rhodes!? (shoot me now, I must be hallucinating), vice magazine now also like Dubstep!?!
Vice Magazine Presents...
The Vice alternative Bank Holiday special
The BUG (DJ set)
Digital Mystikz (Rephlex/DMZ)
Saturday May 28th, The Old Blue Last, 38 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch.
8pm - 12am
I'm sure we can look forward to seeing Mala from Digital Mystikz modelling a Maharishi string vest and some American Apparel rasta hats in a forthcoming issue.
You can catch Mark One & Virus Syndicate doing a live set this Thursday at Fabric, alongside Miss Kittin, Mu and various others. Let's hope it's not packed full of 14 year olds and tourists like Fabric is every Friday and Saturday night.
MP3: Loefah - Jungle Infiltrator