Dubstep album of the month: Blow the Roof

Monday 4th February 2013 | Laura


Flux Pavilion comes back with a surprisingly creative dubstep

Blow the Roof is the new eight track album by English DJ and dubstep artist, Joshua Steele aka Flux Pavilion. He is also the co-founder of Circus Records, along with Doctor P and DJ Swan-E, and amongst his influences we can find the likes of The Prodigy, Basement Jaxx and dubstep pioneer Rusko. The album was released last month under the label Big Beat Records and mixes old school and new school -from 80's style hip-hop rhymes to sounds of warped bass. But Blow the Roof is also a work full of surprises like the appearance by comedian/actor Donald Glover performing his alter ego Childish Gambino to rap lyrics on the track ‘Do or Die’. With energetic and bass-heavy tracks such as ‘OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna)’ and ‘Starlight’ Pavillion’s new work won’t let you stand still for a minute. Pavilion, as a good lover of high energy madness, knows how to transform every beat in his own  form of dubstep. 



By Laura Vila