Kode9 And The Spaceape Kingstown
- Words: Cooper Bethea
- Label: Hyperdub
Flyers for the Digital Mystikz‘s DMZ dubstep night read "Come meditate on bass weight." "Kingstown" closes a single mournful riff around The Spaceape‘s growling indictment of societal violence and alienation until listening becomes a spiritual, introspective experience. Triangle and tablas beat out a twitching post-R&B rhythm and yet there‘s no sex in this: rather, purpose and a cold anger.
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