Keysound Recordings will release the London bass duo's next LP in September.
Dusk and Blackdown are Dan Frampton and Martin Clark, both longtime staples of London's bass scene. In addition to being a seasoned DJ and producer, Clark is also head of Keysound Recordings and a music journalist (formerly with a grime and dubstep column in Pitchfork). Aside from High Road, an EP that came out earlier this month, Dasaflex will be their first batch of new productions in a few years.
"In the period after making our debut album 'Margins Music' we swore we wouldn't, couldn't do it again," they say in a press release. "That was it—and for the exact conditions in which the album had come out of, it sorta was. But then the sands began to change around us, and sifting through a sea of beats for our Rinse FM show, we began to be re-inspired, in many different ways. Four years and hundreds of thousands of possibilities later, Dasaflex is where we're at."
Dasaflex will be available digitally and on vinyl. You can see the video for the title track below:
01. Lonely Moon (Android Heartbreak) feat. Farrah
02. High Road
03. We Ain't Beggin'
05. Wicked Vibez feat. GQ
07. Next Generation feat. Shantie
08. R in Zero G
10. Don't Stop (Give It To Me)
Keysound Recordings will release Dasaflex on September 17th, 2012.