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1) Scuba (Paul Rose) is the founder of the influential and consistently high quality Hotflush Recordings. From playing a part in the formative years of the sound on the pirate airwaves in London, to working dancefloors across the globe, to a swathe of excellent releases on Hotflush and the high profile Soul Jazz imprint, Scuba brings his own unique musicality to the dubstep sound.

Always fresh and innovative, Scuba’s recent output is at once melodic and musical and devastatingly heavy. The Hotflush label has been a creative incubator for some of the most original and forward-thinking producers in dubstep including the likes of Distance, Joy Orbison, Mount Kimbie, Pangaea, Loefah, Toasty, Slaughter Mob, Vaccine, Gravious, Marlow, Boxcutter and Jazzsteppa. Hotflush - along with Paul Rose’s other imprints - Abucs, Scuba and HF2 can always be relied on to push the dubstep sound in new and exciting directions. With his latest full-length album “Triangulation”, topping charts all over the world, and already being hailed as a masterwork, Scuba’s record bag will be bursting with exclusive dubs of uncompromising caliber.

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  • jazzykl

    Phenix 3 is amazing, as always.

    19 Oct 2014 Reply
  • gottalovett07

    ...too quiet

    2 Sep 2014 Reply
  • GPX

    It's very quiet here

    14 Jun 2014 Reply
  • safeinhere

    a ahorrar para ir a playa del carmen en enero

    4 Dec 2013 Reply
  • hangmansfault

    Personality is amazing

    5 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Janekman

    awesome new album....

    12 Sep 2013 Reply
  • carbonrough

    .... enjoy the moment :-)

    16 May 2013 Reply
  • DJVulpus

    Awesome set at The Forum last night :)

    28 Apr 2013 Reply
  • sunnydaysforme

    i too cannot find update

    17 Apr 2013 Reply
  • adamcooleyisdea

    Anyone have Update?

    14 Apr 2013 Reply
  • InKursion

    aaaaaah what, i check scuba's page randomly for the first time in a few years and the guy has 130,000 listeners! i am genuinely surprised.

    23 Mar 2013 Reply
  • tropicalhaze

    Scuba and Taio Cruz have been in the studio together.. dunno what to think about that

    16 Mar 2013 Reply
  • dfa_1987


    14 Mar 2013 Reply
  • datzo

    i don't see why should one stop 'whining' if he provides viable arguments for his standpoint; it's up to you to question them, rather than discourage us for having an opinion (and i'm pretty certain that 5 years from now, no one is going to regard 'personality' as a 'pure classic'). paul is atm definitely one of the top djs imo, but he needs to alter his approach to producing just a little (see below). and i'm not even asking for 'pretentious'/'intelligent' techno or whatever someone might call it; after all, scuba was 'raised' on some other grounds. for example, just take a look at locked groove's material on hotflush, which sounds relatively simple, but has been spot-on so far. although, if that airplane track from boiler room last night is scuba's unreleased stuff (and it really sounds like him), i'm ready to take back some of the things i said earlier.

    22 Feb 2013 Reply
  • sypater

    Guys whining about newest output stop plz.The guys is churning out pure classics.But i agree talk torque could work without the vocals.

    17 Feb 2013 Reply
  • apacce

    vv really looking forward to some more contemplative techno as well

    7 Jan 2013 Reply
  • MarcusRimondini

    review from last night.

    6 Jan 2013 Reply
  • eul

    talk torque is utter shit

    5 Jan 2013 Reply
  • datzo

    i can't say scuba is one of the most overrated edm artist atm, because i really like him and recognize his potential (tbh, tracks aren't that bad qualitywise), but his output in 2012 is massively underwhelming in comparison to other hotflush artists, for starters. his recent music sounds borderline cheesy and seems like it's made for 'special' moments of some big techno events i. e. it almost has zero 'home listening' value, which is essential for me. that's simply because his production completely lacks thoughtfulness and it's like he's only doing it for fun. he once said that his current style is part of getting rid of those fans who keep whining about him turning his back on dubstep. i really don't know where's he going with this, but i think it would be time to stop fucking around and start making some more serious and insightful techno soon.

    21 Dec 2012 Reply
  • n0tj0sh3

    His new style is getting better and more focused big ups

    14 Dec 2012 Reply
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