2019 Dec 29     
2 Bit Thugs

The Leipzig producer turns in a refix that's bigger and sleazier than ever

SBTRKT's five-year-old team-up with Vampire Weekend singer Koenig returns, and it's sounding darker and more twisted than ever before.

The man to thank for that is Rawley, an up-and-coming producer from Leipzig, Germany. The original always had that "4am in downtown Manhattan" kinda vibe, but with a new bassline built from 100% pure filth, Rawley pushes the track to a whole new level of sleazy grind. 

You already know the original so there's not much more to say, really… other than that, if you like it dark and vaguely disturbing, you should definitely check for this one. Oh, and that it's a vinyl-only release so if you want a copy, you'd best be sharpish!

Words: Russell Deeks

Release date: 29 December


Review Score: 8




Tags: Beatwax Records, SBTRKT, Ezra Koening, Rawley, re-edit, dubstep, bass music, indie-dance, sleaze