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A St. Albans resident, Dan Richmond cut his teeth in the early part of this decade with material bearing a likeness to the futurist ideals of drum and bass producers like Optical, Ed Rush, and Nico. As dubstep began to develop its own musical language, its emerging low end sonic tropes and freedom from rhythmic clutter acted as the catalyst for Clubroot.

Mary Anne Hobbs commissioned a mix for her Radio 1 show, and the…

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  • totally forgot about clubroot and burial. they're both good, so why compare them? if you like one more than the other that's fine, they're both good musicians.
  • It doesn't sound like your fucking Burial at all. It's less cheesy. There are no nauseating time-stretched voice samples nor poor lo-fi sound quality. There is much better approach to rhythm, synths and bass.
  • Enyo's Eden has become an instant favorite song!
  • отлично.
  • want new stuff...so badly
  • Chamber should literally be #1 on top tracks.
  • This guy is million times better than Burial. Burial is overrated.
  • v The last three posts are just grand true.
  • Clubroot doesn't get half the recognition he deserves in my opinion. An extremely talented producer, his production often carries a deep, mellow, euphoric vibe. For some reason the guy's always compared with Burial, and to be honest I cant see why. Burial's work is alot darker and grittier, conjuring up images of a grey, rain soaked London. Clubroot's production on the other hand has a more organic feel, with lacings of deep, warm bass and atmospheric soundscapes. Definatly a man to watch. [3] THIS!!!
  • God, II- MMX is a fucking masterpiece from track one to track 11.

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