Since first bursting onto the dubstep scene in 2005, Bristol producer Rob 'Pinch' Ellis has gone on to be one of the sound's leading lights. An early adopter - indeed, he put on the first ever dubstep parties in his home city - he revolutionized the sound with his brilliant 2007 debut full-length Underwater Dancehall. Now a major player, here he revisits his early days with a collection of obscure B-sides and remixes. Naturally, there's plenty to enjoy, from the crystalline electronics and dubwise rhythms of "Motion Sickness", to the dubstep-techno fusion of "30HZ Mutate(d)", madcap IDM of "Attack Of The Giant Killer Robot Spiders" and spooky goodness of "Qawali VIP".
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