Japanese producer DJ Krush’s July 16 Neumos show has been canceled due to the ever-popular “visa issues.” However, there are plans for the veteran beatmaster to reschedule a US tour at some point. To help you get over that devastating news, have a listen to his track “Kemuri” (off 1994’s Strictly Turntablized), which is 20 years old and still remains the absolute summit of triphop—no offense to Massive Attack, Portishead, Tricky, Earthling, DJ Shadow, and Pigeonhed.

Using an impossibly stark and funky breakbeat sample from Dalton & Dubarri's "I'm Just a Rock 'N' Roller" as its foundation, Krush expertly drops in deeply haunting, filtered flute debris throughout and generates a bass presence that's like underwater fog. Krush maximizes the integrity of just a few elements in "Kemuri," in one of the greatest displays of the "less-is-more" ethos in sample-based music.