The inventive producer slows dubstep to house tempo.
"Life Gamble" fastens a dubstep rhythm to a meaty bassline. The delay processing and vocal samples hint at old-school DMZ, but its rippling synths are more Chain Reaction. "12:09" perfects a trick that Orson also used on "Production House", trying dubstep at house tempo. This time the track is more ghostly and menacing, the kick-snare pattern landing with the lumbering gait of Frankenstein's monster. The LFOs wobble like it's 2007, but the slower tempo feels fresh. Releases like this prove dubstep has plenty of life left.