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San Francisco future dubber Kush Arora has his third (I think) album out and I reckon it could be the best yet. I guess the foundation of the sound on 'Boiling Over' is dubstep and less dancehall as with previous releases. The producer really injects his own style into the mix adding layers of deep atmospherics and lots of intricate percussion. The tracks aren't as loop based and repetitive as lot ...

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Boiling Over by Kush Arora
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 15 October 2009
San Francisco future dubber Kush Arora has his third (I think) album out and I reckon it could be the best yet. I guess the foundation of the sound on 'Boiling Over' is dubstep and less dancehall as with previous releases. The producer really injects his own style into the mix adding layers of deep atmospherics and lots of intricate percussion. The tracks aren't as loop based and repetitive as lot of dubstep these days and consequently the tunes keep evolving and are dynamic with lush strings and a distinct eastern flavor. There are a whole lot of featured artists like Sub Swara whose Industrial Espionage mix of 'Alabaster Dub' is excellent. Along with The Placebo Brothers feat. Lucas Patzek, J.Rogers & Jo Rozinski, Maneesh The Twister & The Spit Brothers. There's some great programming on here and I really love the pallete of sounds he uses, lots of indian sounds etc. I think fans of some DJ Rupture stuff could dig this chapter in the evolution of dub. Out on Record Label Records.

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