Every time we heard some brilliant bit of midnight bass romance this year, it always turned out to involve SBTRKT. The DJ changed the aim of dubstep’s sonic cannon, from 
the bowels of Bristol drug dealers to the hearts of urban romantics. His debut was bruised basslines 
that beat heavy with anxiety, but his masterstroke was bringing together a group of unknown vocalists – Sampha, Jessie Ware, Roses Gabor – who embodied a lifetime of sprawling city pain in a single sighed note. This was the UK bass album 
you could cry in the shower to. SW

 
 

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SBTRKT shares new tracks 'Roulette' and 'No Less' - listen

SBTRKT shares new tracks 'Roulette' and 'No Less' - listen

The songs follow on from the recently dropped 'FLAREtWO'

SBTRKT shares new song 'FLAREtWO' - listen

The producer released his second album 'Wonder Where We Land' last year

  • Mar 27, 2015

SBTRKT streams new album 'Wonder Where We Land'

Producer's second album was released on Monday (September 29)

  • Sep 30, 2014

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SBTRKT - 'Wonder Where We Land'

SBTRKT - 'Wonder Where We Land'

A restless, inventive second album from producer Aaron Jerome and friends

  • Sep 19, 2014

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It gently fizzes, like a Berocca

  • Aug 1, 2012

Album Review: SBTRKT - 'SBTRKT'

A club worthy debut from Aaron Jerome

  • Jun 21, 2011

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