2014-08-28T12:32:06-04:00 2014-08-28T00:42:33-04:00

Skream unveils dark, moody house cut "Let It Go."

When UK dubstep pioneer Skream left the genre to explore house a few years back, some were upset, but he has certainly thrived since then.  It now seems that he's busier than ever, his Soundcloud page alone a testament to his constant output of new tracks, remixes, and recorded live sets.  Yesterday he dropped his latest track called "Let It Go." 

The track is nearly 9 minutes, and while it's a suspenseful, grim affair, it's also filled with melodies that are deceptively beautiful.  It's interesting to see the producer, born Oliver Jones, take a typically fun-filled genre and send it spiraling into the gloom so typical of the dubstep he helped innovate.  A new track from Skream is always a treat regardless of the genre.

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Deep House · Electronic · House

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