Although Leon Switch hasn't always dealt in dubstep, we can safely say that his productions have always contained a strong element of UKness, and whether they've been d&b or pure bass, they have certainly landed on the hardcore continuum. Switch returns to the Chestplate label here, and he's back with two gun-toting monsters, the first of which, "Intrepid", sounds like Freddie Kruger's idea of what dubstep should be. "Overlook" packs a similar punch of horror, but this time it's deeper and murkier, a sludgy bundle of low frequencies barely held in place by a minimal percussion bounce.
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