The Australian dubstep producer will release his debut LP in October.
O'Neill has been one of the most prominent artists flying the dubstep flag in Australia for some time now. Over the years, he's become a regular DJ fixture on the Sydney broken beat circuit, and is responsible for founding the city's foremost dub label, Sub Continental Dub. For his debut full-length, though, he's ventured into techno territory. The sounds on the album range from the more traditional dubstep sounds of the bass-heavy "Workers Dub" to the mechanised techno of "Apartheid Downunder". As you may gather from the LP's title and tracklist, the album is thick with socio-political references, and subsequently O'Neill has called upon a few vocalists to help him get his messages across, including U.S.-based MC Werd2Jah.
02. Workers Dub feat. Werd2Jah
03. The Machine feat. Charles Smith
04. Apartheid Downunder
05. Engine no. 999
06. Letter to Rosa (Athens is Burning!)
07. Lost & Confused (LSDMT)
08. Dance of the Philistines
Sub Continental Dub will release May Day Radio on October 10th, 2010.