'License Dub' comes from the 'Eject' EP, which is out on Saturday
For today's exclusive track premiere we head into dubstep territory, as iDJ brings you the first chance to hear License Dub by US duo Bayalien Sound System. It's the first track from their new Eject EP, which is out on Saturday (13 July).
We can't tell you a lot about Bayalien Sound System, other than that they're based in San Francisco, and that they apparently "make psychedelic bass music in Golden Eye's clandestine, solar-powered, off-grid laboratory." What we can tell you is that if you're a fan of dubstep's deeper side, the Eject EP is a must-check.
Eject itself is an uncompromising affair with something of a dystopic, horror movie kind of feel to its disjointed industrial sounds, sirens, vocal fragments and stuttered bass drops, while the more urgent Mudafucka nods towards footwork. But the track that caught our ears the most was License Dub which, as you'll hear below, marries cavernous bass, fractured beats and atmosperics galore to a rastaman vocal.
See what you think…