Various metalheadz presents the platinum series


A1 –Digital Far Out 5:46
A2 –Digital Special Mission 6:33
B1 –Doc Scott Swarm 8:17
B2 –Doc Scott Honey 6:51
C1 –Ed Rush Sabotage 7:21
C2 –Ed Rush Westway 5:18
D1 –Hidden Agenda No Guard (Dispatch #3) 7:09
D2 –Hidden Agenda Big Lamp 5:49
E1 –J. Majik* Future State 6:11
E2 –J. Majik* Elysian Fields 6:18
F1 –Lemon D Whats Up! 8:00
F2 –Lemon D Urban Style Music (90 Bpm Reprise) 5:39
G1 –Optical To Shape The Future (Remix) 5:52
G2 –Optical Reckless Mission (Dub Mix) 5:02
H1 –Dollis Hill "Desist" Da Black 5:18
H2 –Dollis Hill Desist (Reprise) 1:28
I –Dillinja Warrior Jazz 9:42
J –Photek Neptune 7:15

I have a curious relationship with dubstep as a huge Anglophilic UK garage fan around the turn of the millennium whose interest waned the further dubstep got from garage's upbeat, intricate rhythm programming and radio-ready r&b hooks. For a while in the depths of 2004, it felt like I would never have speakers with enough bass or smoke enough weed to ever get anything out of this stripped-down music. And while the genre is finally producing enough interesting records to justify its newfound rep, it bugged me that the records leading to dubstep were still so obscure and unavailable. As chronicled on Steve "Kode 9" Goodman's (now sadly offline) Hyperdub webzine between 1999 and 2003, it was UK garage's "descent into darkness" rather than its "ignominious arrival," to paraphrase Simon Reynolds on dark and/or "artistic" jungle, that was so interesting.


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