Kid Kameleon
Extremely Small and Precise Sounds #1
Kid Kameleon returns to Spannered with another deep and diverse selection of bass-driven electronics — the first installment of a duel mix release with Mashit
Back in 2007, Kid Kameleon dropped an excellent pair of mixes for Spannered and Mashit exploring, as he put it, 'the weirder end of the dubstep spectrum'.
 
Well, Matt's racked up another double-drop of current picks from the bass music panoramic, with the first installment landing here on Spannered and part two surfacing over at the Mashit camp. As with Aim High/Aim Low, the Kid eschews clubland's big hitters in favour of the fringe elements, packing out both new mixes with some super-deep dubstep/techno hybrids and plenty of mutant 2-step stylings.
 
Tracklisting:
  • Invasion Vs Shackleton - Wizards In Dub Part 1
  • Martyn - Is This Insanity ft Spaceape (Ben Klock mix)
  • Teleseen - Black Monday feat. Jah Sight
  • Hizatron - Telescope Dope
  • Deadboy - Brock Lee Riddim
  • xxxy - Blue Flashing Lights
  • Instra:mental - Forbidden
  • Al Tourettes - Dodgem
  • Planetary Assualt Systems - X Speaks To X (Al Tourettes & Appleblim remix)
  • Millie & Andrea - Black Hammer
  • Kontext - Convex Curved Mirror
  • Sigha - Hold Your Heart Up To The Light
  • Wedge & Aesoteric - Detached Reality
  • LV - Kowton Metronome (LV Rmx)
  • Untold - Beacon (W/D Franklin)
  • Scuba - Poppies (Substance dub version)
 Check part two over on the Mashit site
 Listen to Kid Kameleon's Aim Low on Spannered here


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