Though Skrillex and Flux Pavilion may be selling out arenas around the world, we are living in a post-dubstep world. The rise in popularity of heavy bass drops and candy-painted EDM festivals in the United States over the past half-decade has unintentionally spawned a counter-culture of sorts across the Atlantic. With the massive success of UK duo Disclosure, the London dance scene is back on the map and artists such as SBTRKT and Burial are seeing similar results despite remaining frustratingly enigmatic. Wonder Where We Land may be the most exhibited we’ve seen the masked UK producer. After 2011’s self-titled grimy, haunting assortment of underground club tracks, SBTRKT has returned with a bouncy, jazzy take on his signature sound.
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