“Dubstep” is maybe a misnomer here. “Future Garage” might be more accurate, but more important than the label are the influences; these include Burial and Jon Hopkins, a couple of artists whose work I really enjoy. This music is hard to describe because it’s much different than any electronic music that’s been produced in the last 20 years.
As the title implies, this is a floaty piece, but with a good pace. This went through a couple of revisions, but the end result is one I’m happy with.
One of those revisions is included in this digital single, the “VIP mix”. In this mix, the production is more sparse and dub-heavy, but “sparkles” in a few more places.