The multi-talented Rob Sparx touches down once again on his Migration Imprint, now part of the US based NexGen Music, with the ’Babylonian EP’. A four track EP showcasing Rob’s trademark production style, which has got him where he is today. As the name would suggest the whole EP gives a nod to the dub / reggae foun- dation of the dubstep sound. It’s hard to miss the island flavor of this EP, but the recognizable 8 bit Migration Sound is still prominent.
SYMBIz SOuNd vS ROB SPARx fT. SINGIN GOLd – duBPLATE vIP
Kicking things off with a bang. Rob Sparx’s take on an original track by Symbiz Sound featuring Singin Gold. Dubplate VIP fuses the Symbiz Sound’s Dancehall fire with some outright Rob Sparx dubstep weight. Nod your head to the beat!
The second track on the EP kicks off with some all out 8 bit Migration sounds. Stripped back percussion and a subtle throbbing sub set the stage for the Rastafarian edge to make an entrance. Things get switched up a gear towards the middle of the track as everything gets a bit more intense before the hands in the air break- down that will have your nose itching in the dance.
PRAYER fOR LIfE
Second to last track on the EP, Prayer For Life, offsets the Jamaican flavors with some more eastern sounds. Ethereal vocals wind back and forth around a garage shuffle that will definitely have ladies shaking some- thing.
Watch out for upcoming NexGen releases (12” Vinyl & Digital) featuring, D.A, Clart, mSdoS, Faible & Iriann Joyce, and Physical & Crimea & Reborn
RELEASE DATE: 07.08.2013
FORMAT: 4 x DIGITAL 320K (MP3) 1411K (Wav)
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