Released by DMZ
One of the DMZ's original badmen (and dubstep originators -- sorry Korn) is back in the forefront with his signature take on the sound of 140 BPM music with sub-bass. Considering that the dilution of dubstep has come to a point where nu-metal bands have taken credit for the genre's inception and pop stars are using dubstep tracks as either inspiration or backing tracks, you can say the genre has come a long way --and a strange turn. When DMZ began pushing dubstep earlier in the last decade, the idea wasn't a mass-media frenzy involving headphones, cereal or anything else the generalized take on the genre is representative of now; It was all about the vibe, the space, and the emotions that carry the bass throughout those four-to-seven minutes. Dubstep's roots are deep within the sounds of its originators, embedded within their minds forever. Such is the mind of Coki, who puts out his latest release on the beloved label staple of DMZ; and damn, this is a pure reminder of what the genre's truly about.