When you think about the future of dubstep, I hope you’re thinking about Oolacile.
Too many producers these days focus on the live elements of dubstep: loudness, harshness, tendency to incite mosh pits. While that’s all well and good for the average producer looking to just get booked for shows, that tendency toward complacency has caused dubstep production to stagnate a little bit. Enter Oolacile.
Hailing directly from the US, Oolacile is making his mark on dubstep by crafting wildly inventive and crazy experimental sounds that would make a priest shit his pants. The EP has a consistent uniting sound, that computerized blip that you’ll hear throughout tracks like “Human Experience” and “Signal.”
The beauty of it all is that it doesn’t get boring at all, even after four tracks that sound admittedly rather similar to each other. The subtleties in production keep each track fresh and vibrant, and that’s why Oolacile is going to be a force to be reckoned with.
Check out his debut EP on Disciple, Humanity, below: