Some Hyperkinetic Jams for Dancers Blessed with Methy Reflexes
by Dave Segal
on Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 11:14 AM
Britain’s Hyperdub has been charting dubstep’s mercurial evolution and diaspora since 2004. Label boss Kode9 has guided and overseen the bass-centric genre’s smartest and most interesting moves (e.g., he discovered Burial). Kode9’s DJ sets seamlessly blend cuts by dubstep’s avant-garde with forward-thinking house, grime, garage, techno, and footwork tracks.