PostDubstep has been a valuable resource in finding shadowy figures like Resketch.
Bass destination PostDubstep.com burden themselves with being “a documentation of the future music.” But after a few months of following their feed, you’ll agree they’ve got that sound locked down.
Every week or so, the Polish bass bloggers mine the internet for a gem of that smooth, ambient sound which branched out shortly after dubstep blew up worldwide. While Skrillex was becoming a household name, hundreds of the basement producers who unintentionally popularized the sound were branching off into the underground once more and back into the creative sandbox of solitude.
Innovation reclaimed its place in the shade. Artists like Resketch took a left turn while the rest of the electronic music world took a right. “I Don’t Care” is a potent example of that UK garage sound plus a halfway numb, Xanax sound. Maybe you’re dancing, maybe you’re puffing rolling papers or perhaps you’re simply getting your bed ready for a long night of–sleeping.
Liverpool mainman Resketch proves you don’t gotta get hyper to get hype.
Free download (or ‘name your price’) on Infinite Machine’s (Montreal) 1st Anniv. Comp.