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Alright, it’s a bit weak but Skream simply must get a mention and 'S' is a very busy letter.
Skream's appropriately-titled Skreamix of In For The Kill is the first dubstep record that will have got your non-muso mates talking. Famed for its extended intro and epic breakbeat finale, the track's popularity peaked when La Roux played this version live at Glasto 2009. From 700 rare 12" promos to BBC ubiquity - and still a total rush when that breakbeat kicks in.
Another Big Apple alumnus, Ollie Jones is as prolific a producer as you will find. Producing since the age of 15, he claims to have written over 1400 songs. Happy dabbling with almost any style (from the lush synth-driven Dutch Flowers to jump up anthem Check It), Skream is still most famous for wobbly classic Midnight Request Line - possibly the the first dubstep hit.
Midnight Request Line, Dutch Flowers, that La Roux mix… He's good, isn't he?
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iTalTek: Brighton-based producer, check out the ambient Deep Pools on Planet Mu.