North and South Coast collide for a huge New Year send off. Moving hard for the club Slow Graffiti and Victoria Islands WERK combine their Trap and Bass frequencies together into one Jersey hitter, the likes of which you’ve never heard. Free download for the masses.
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Still believed to be one of the most forward thinking in Grime from our province by this two thumb haver is, Victoria based WERK. His debut EP through MalLabel Music last year has been making it’s way onto the cloud in pieces, the latest being this dirty lil number. The EP in whole is served up on Bandcamp as a whole supper ;)
It being Victoria there’s no better time to get familiar with this valid Victorian. And what better way than a handful of his contributions to the High Noon Artist Pact.
A belated post for Vancouver island’s WERK debut EP, ‘A Late Supper’ . The 22 year old has become the latest in what is becoming a long line of local greats with international reach. Making his own way with “Ghetto Trap”, which sounds like a perfect melding of Future Bass and the Ghetto Tech of old, with a lil Trap in there as well. MalLabel Music is out with the release and ‘A Late Supper’ can be DL’d HERE.
Also worth some peep game is WERK’s contributions to the High Noon Artist Pact:
Since our premiere last week with Victorian WERK he’s dropped more new heavy. It’s a straight tease since there is no DL, but there’s no reason to turn up yo nose. Just turn up. Future in pocket.
Producers with 250 area codes are popping up all over. Just as frequently as those residing in the Lower Mainland itself. If we can’t have a living minimum wage, we can and certainly are leaving a significant cultural imprint. From Victoria, Future Bass artist WERK is gearing up to make himself known throughout as many waves possible. Soon to come from this new to many artist is the 22 year olds debut EP. To date one single with Mallabel Music, a Team Supreme submission and a couple Mr. Carmack esq. title tracks make up his catalog. You may safely take this grimey Future Bass ‘Adda’ as a sign of things to come.