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you need to hear this: SBTRKT

Were you paying attention to that playlist I lovingly crafted for you earlier this week? No? You are probably on something, right? I bet. You look the type. 


Well on there I put a track I had JUST heard called "Something Goes Right" by the anonymous mask-wearing London producer known as SBTRKT. dumb name? probably.


but take a look at him and tell me, TELL ME that mask does not remind you of Brak:




or a really awesome tiki party you wish you had.


anyway he's playing Brooklyn tomorrow at the Glasslands Gallery so I will probably see him because it is cheap and he's not bad. he's quite addictive, in fact. I guess this anonymous producer from London (is there something to be said for anonymity in music? look at the Knife and Sally Shapiro, I guess. the focus is not so much on them, like it would be for say Lady Gaga ((an artist FIXATED on image)) as it is the music itself) is considered "dubstep." And if he is, he's the good kind. He's playing a few shows with Four Tet as well, which should give you an idea of his sound.


take a listen to "Something Goes Right" featuring Sampha:





question:  do you miss Brak?



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  1. HOW DO YOU PRONOUNCE THIS. AND WHY DO I KEEP WANTING TO SAY MSTRKRFT

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  2. oh my god I KNOW it was really hard to type!

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