Lockah "If Dubbing U Is Wrong, I Don't Want to be Wrong"
After showing up in our Bubblin' Up feature series just this week, up-and-coming Scottish producer and Tuff Wax label founder Tom Banks (a.k.a. Lockah) is giving away "If Dubbing U Is Wrong, I Don't Want to be Wrong," the dancefloor-primed counterpart to the title track on his upcoming If Loving U Is Wrong, I Don't Want to be Wrong EP. Set to drop via Donky Pitch on February 17, the bass-infused production mixes elastic beats with popping synths and vocal chops that glisten with a foamy coat of nostalgia. And for those looking for more of Lockah's playful, rave-inspired sounds, his debut LP Yahoo or the Highway is set to arrive on April 14.
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