USA bass scientist, Distal, came to our attention with an album for Pinch's Tectonic back in 2012, and it's safe to say that neither he or us have ever looked back since. The producer has become an important player in the contemporary, post-dubstep scene, and that's because he never sticks to the same formula when concocting electronic beats; the variety of styles and influences that emanate from his tunes are constantly impressive. This new EP for Infinite Machine is a great example of his diversity as an artist: "Reebok Blood" is pretty much beatless and, instead of using loud drums as his tool, Distal manages to create form and rhythm out of broken, distorted sonics; "Hostage Track", on the other hand, is a pure hybrid track, mashing up elements of jungle, grime, and even a little bit of Chicago house in its samples. Big up!
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