Canada has been a hotbed for dubstep talent ever since the genre’s early days. Following in the footsteps of names like Datsik, Excision, & Downlink, Krimer headlines a new wave of producers who’s infectious sound has been trickling down from America’s northern neighbor. With more than just a couple filthy beats in his back pocket, Simon Bertrand is definitely transforming into one of bass music’s most dynamic threats.
Hopping into bed with Never Say Die’s Black Label division has unlimited upside, so can you really blame this badman for dropping these bombs left and right? The opening production on the Blow Up! EP, titled “Lazay,” flattens folks like a runaway freight train. From there, “Forces” attempts to pick up the pieces before quickly spiraling into a chaotic windstorm of nonsensical noises. Then comes the almighty title track, the belle of the ball, if you will. This dynamite composition doesn’t just detonate speakers on impact, it also has the potential to literally make heads explode. Beware! To round out this robust release, “Killa” cranks out some raw carnage with its wicked vibe and destructive nature.
Raise your hand if you enjoy tunes from BAR9, Megalodon, or Dubloadz, because Krimer reminds us of all three – plus a little something extra, of course. Don’t waste another minute without this musician in your life.
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