“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.
Deep, moody dubstep. This is a dramatic piece which goes a lot of different directions, but ultimately is driven by the heavy bassline.
The electric piano was the last addition to the track, but has become the glue putting the whole thing together.
The remix adds some pace for a slightly different vibe.
Just a little over 6 years ago, I released life.remixed. Similar to what I was able to do for Existential Funk, I wanted to somehow update the release for it’s 5th anniversary.
I’ve been working on this for almost 2 years now, and today I am ready to release this “special edition” of life.remixed: life.refactored.