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08 Aug 11
UK Funky/UK Garage
Review: British producer Debian Blak comes through with a tantalising brace of smart tunes on this debut EP for the First Word label. "TISW" is on a stark and seedy Burial tip, while "Something Different Something Smaller" is a deliciously wonky and smoky delight that takes from hip-hop and boogie yet sounds totally unique. James Blake fans will certainly enjoy "Leave Me Alone" - indeed anyone who enjoys a more soulful approach to dubstep should make a beeline for this EP.
29 Apr 13
Played by: Mr Brainz / Orpheus:ldn
Review: Leeds producer Debian Blak has been described as having a post-dubstep agenda with a sting in its tail. This time round though, he's eschewed the sting in favour of a sweeter pop sound, and to great effect too. Minimal and sensuous with a yearning female vocal from Neo Joshua, this is a contender for a number one in a perfect world. Remix-wise Lion Gonzalez stays close to the original, while HanC goes for sparse beats with retro synth stabs and pitched down vocals.
22 Oct 12
13 May 13
Review: The unprecedented rush that's met each upcoming funky-house-garage-bassline producer in recent months has plastered the pillars of the bass music spectrum with the tags and new sounds of a scene that's forging itself before our very eyes. Debian Blak has already caught the attention of BBC Radio 6 and has created a stir with previous remixes and bootlegs. This, his first ever full length release, chronicles his musical journeys on his very rapid ascent to bass music stardom. From the lush soundscapes and retro bleeps of "Dive" to the deep, contemplative tones of "Where You", Blak is a man intent on building his own structure on the never-ending tower that is modern bass music. God speed, Debian.