Deebs and TS? "Part I."
- Words: Glenn Jackson
Today sees the release of the Tsuka Origins EP (artwork above), a self-released collaborative effort from Canadian producers Deebs and TS?. "Part I." serves as the two-track EP's first cut, wrapping a dark assemblage of massive filtered samples around tuned kicks, skittering hats, and a snare that sounds like a cross between Zomby and Mobb Deep. The pair displays a nice sense for arrangement on "Part I." too, building and releasing tension with exceptionally crisp movements. Both "Part I." and its EP counterpart, "Part II." can be downloaded for a "name your price" fee via Deebs' Bandcamp.
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