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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 Electronic Explorations podcast has repeatedly featured his work. He is signed to Lo Dubs.

Taster tracks and the Mary Anne Hobbs mix can be downloaded at his myspace page: http://www.myspace.com/clubroot.

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  • windpearl

    Enyo's Eden has become an instant favorite song!

    23 May 10:53pm Reply
  • Dariloy

    отлично.

    18 May 9:19am Reply
  • MrKatsumi

    want new stuff...so badly

    16 Apr 10:18pm Reply
  • IronThrone

    Chamber should literally be #1 on top tracks.

    15 Apr 11:13pm Reply
  • CriticalSwitch

    This guy is million times better than Burial. Burial is overrated.

    23 Feb 3:24am Reply
  • m1a100

    v The last three posts are just grand true.

    21 Feb 5:00pm Reply
  • chrischill89

    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!!!

    24 Jan 6:22pm Reply
  • Triliader

    God, II- MMX is a fucking masterpiece from track one to track 11.

    20 Dec 2014 Reply
  • Triliader

    Stop fucking comparing every dark dubstep / future garage artist with Burial . Just go and hail your god, but shut up devaluating geniuses like Volor Flex, Clubroot, Nocow or Inofaith .

    20 Dec 2014 Reply
  • PuppenVonFreak

    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. [2] <---- I couldn't agree more.

    2 Oct 2014 Reply
  • georgieMT82

    Faith in Her

    14 Sep 2014 Reply
  • gabreur

    "Clubroot > Burial" is the same thing that "xPodz > Apple"

    5 Aug 2014 Reply
  • sanvolik

    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.

    26 Jul 2014 Reply
  • Alexan182

    Grrrrrrreat!!!

    17 May 2014 Reply
  • russianvoodoo

    I see some serious music experts down here who thing that downtempo post dubstep beats and vocal saples = burial. Feel sorry for them. That's must be really hard to live on this planet for them. Boom cha cha cha boom OOoooOHHHH - look! Im Burail too, you stupid cunts!).

    30 Apr 2014 Reply
  • illuminaty89

    Low Pressure Zone is copy of Paul Van Dyk's Torn!

    8 Apr 2014 Reply
  • NoIZeFAQ

    Divine sound.

    7 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Aki_yaki

    Great!Great! I`m melting.

    24 Feb 2014 Reply
  • SilentNovA

    this is great

    8 Jan 2014 Reply
  • newcopernicus

    addicted ;khfioshfiosyfuisg

    8 Jan 2014 Reply
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