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The great British dance producer SBTRKT has been doing some fine instrumental work lately, but it's still a thrill to hear him back to doing what he does best, working with singers to make tracks…   Read Story »
The masked British producer SBTRKT hasn't yet announced a follow-up album to his excellent 2011 self-titled debut. But last month, he shared a new track called "Hold The Line" and announced plans to…   Read Story »
Some excellent news from the masked British dance producer SBTRKT: He's finally working on a new album, the follow-up to his 2011 self-titled debut, which still sounds like the future. But before he…   Read Story »
On New Years Eve, the great British producer SBTRKT played the giant Young Turks party in Mexico City, which also featured the xx, Grimes, and others. For the last track in his set, SBTRKT played "r…   Read Story »
Two years ago, with his self-titled debut, SBTRKT established a serrated, architecturally precise sound that existed somewhere at the intersection of dance, pop, and R&B, and that style has a lot to…   Read Story »
SBTRKT shared a new song this morning via Twitter, "IMO." He posted a YouTube link also featuring visuals by Lorenzo Durantini and A Hidden Place. SBTRKT followed up by explaining: "p.s its not a…   Read Story »
This week saw a of new tunes from heavy-hitters (Beck with guest Kim Gordon), comeback cuts from old favorites (the Dismemberment Plan, Mazzy Star), and an odd cocktail of indie rock and rap (Black…   Read Story »
Drake and the endlessly sharp and oblique London dance producer SBTRKT have come together before, when Drake dropped a verse on a remix of SBTRKT's track "Wildfire." And now SBTRKT has returned the…   Read Story »
October's Very Own took to their Blogspot this morning to post two new Drake songs. One is "The Motion," a song about shallow relationships featuring vocals by Sampha of SBTRKT. The other new song is…   Read Story »
"Trials Of The Past" is one of the 2011 SBTRKT LP's standouts, which is saying something since it's one of the most filler-free electronic albums of the past few years. (Fun note: That album is…   Read Story »