originally hails from Dundee, but ventured into the dubstep jungle of London many years ago. It’s here where Sam Annad creates electronical hiphop with a twist and heavy dub influences. Walls of sound as tall as Canary Wharf.
Maybe the deepest dub I have heard and will ever hear.
I can’t actually fit in my bath. It must have been made for a very very small person. But if I could fit in, «Analogue Bubblebath» would suite the occasion well.
Mr Far I gets priorities right.
That synth bassline was not made to fit through small speakers.
I think the name says it all.
I would love to destroy a hotel room to that tune.
Kind of self-explanatory.
It has that real late night vibe. Deep, analogue and timeless.
I don’t know why. It’d probably make it quite tense.
I’d imagine that would get you pretty pumped.
I just said that cause I thought it’d sound quite wimpy. Great track though.
Well not really...
The chorus is perfect to fall to.
To confuse the opponent with it’s crazy ping pong rhythm.
Perfect flight music.
Quite a lot as it happens...
Because that’d probably scare me more than the hotel.
If Smiley can’t make me smile amongst those glum bastards what will?
Great for clearing the cobwebs.