Skream to Release New Album in July
- Words: Patric Fallon
Long-time dubstep icon Skream is set to follow up the release of his self-titled debut with his next album of bass music gems, Outside the Box. The forthcoming 14-track album comes four years after the DJ/prdoucer's last full-length dropped, and will be released by the same label, Tempa. The new record is said to cover many of electronic dance music's bases, including a hip-hop track with LA MC Murs, a tribal-rhythm-heavy number with La Roux, high-octane jungle tunes, and plenty low-end-centric dubstep. Check out this bit from Outside the Box, a radio rip of "Listening to the Records on My Wall," below.
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