Posts Tagged ‘Sable’

August 11, 2015
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Australian producer Sable, or John Dewhurst, has an alter ego. That alter ego is named Shadow Sable, and Shadow Sable is here to show us a dark side of the producer’s music. Quoted from his Facebook: “I’m Shadow Sable, rising from the dark, discarded ideas of that poppy upstart Sable. For every song he writes, every sound he discards – my dark bass arts only increase in power.“ This all reminds me heavily of the “nega” characters that are the secret hidden ultra bosses on old classic video games, and perhaps that’s exactly what Sable was going for, considering his first wicked track as Shadow Sable is entitled “Player 1″. He follows that one up today with a spectacularly majestic future bass and trap jam named Want It. It’s certainly a far more brooding and heavy tune, with the grandiose quality of Hudson Mohawke. It’s a demanding “Want It”, a forcefully urgent wall of booming sound. 

July 18, 2015
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Sable slays it on whimsical, chiming, and frothy future bass song One And Only. The latest gem from the Australian producer is a hyperactive dose of PC Music meets Wave Racer dazzler, with a dizzying infusion of Lido, too. Gratifying bass, chiptune magic, and crisply nostalgic pitch shifted vocals bewitch and thrill. The track, which debuted on The Fader, is Sable’s first release after his studio sessions with Skrillex, Mark Johns, and Justin Bieber. I can’t wait to hear some of those collaborations! One And Only is available now on iTunes, and it’s the perfect track to keep you caffeinated all weekend long.

January 24, 2015
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Covers seem to be the flavor of the month(s) these days, with the volume of tweaked, flipped, and rehashed covers of all sorts of songs by today’s rising talent growing at an accelerating rate with each passing day. Not that I’m complaining, of course. Take, for example, today’s ace new cover of the day, a electrifying rendition of Kane West and Jay-Z hit N**as in Paris by Miami’s Mark Johns. Lush and swank, In Paris it will envelope you in a warm pool of future bass and trap euphoria. Australia’s Sable is the culprit behind the entrancing, spacious production. 

December 24, 2014
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In my previous post, I shared some sick remixes of Japanese Wallpaper’s Waves. The remixes are part of a new compilation that came out today, and on it is a remix of Between Friends, too, by Australian producer Sable. Sable gives Between Friends a future and chill trap atmosphere, one that’s both airy and thrilling. The Japanese Wallpaper remix compilation is available to purchase here, with all profits going to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, which provides housing, health care, and other resources to asylum seekers in Australia. 

September 30, 2014
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Y’all remember Australian producer Sable, aka John Dewhurst? The last we heard from him, he dropped a new collaboration with Kele of Bloc Party, The One. Well the busy bee, who I called a rising producer, and I stand behind that statement, has dropped a brand new two track EP. Spin Surf above, a high energy, whomping treat that brings together shimmering chill trap music and airy, enchanting electronic music. Then, check out Thunder Wave below. They’re like a delicious blend of Porter Robinson with a bevy of electronic trap artists I dig, like Basenji, Wave Racer, HudMo, and Flume. Sable is about to head out for several weeks on tour in Australia. Here’s to hoping he’ll cross the ocean later this year!

September 30, 2014
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Y’all remember Australian producer Sable, aka John Dewhurst? The last we heard from him, he dropped a new collaboration with Kele of Bloc Party, The One. Well the busy bee, who I called a rising producer, and I stand behind that statement, has dropped a brand new two track EP. Spin Surf above, a high energy, whomping treat that brings together shimmering chill trap music and airy, enchanting electronic music. Then, check out Thunder Wave below. They’re like a delicious blend of Porter Robinson with a bevy of electronic trap artists I dig, like Basenji, Wave Racer, HudMo, and Flume. Sable is about to head out for several weeks on tour in Australia. Here’s to hoping he’ll cross the ocean later this year!

August 26, 2014
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I’ve been waiting to hear this one. I’m a huge fan of Kele Okereke, considering my love of Bloc Party. When Australian producer Sable announced a collaboration some time ago, I was immediately excited. Of course, Kele released a new solo single recently, too, and though it’s good, it wasn’t my absolute favorite Kele song to date. I’m digging this song, The One, with Sable, a lot more. The One is a sparkling, dazzling beauty, finely balancing Sable’s elegant electronic production and Kele’s signature vocals. Along with unveiling the song, they’ve also released a video for the tune! Watch below.

August 26, 2014
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I’ve been waiting to hear this one. I’m a huge fan of Kele Okereke, considering my love of Bloc Party. When Australian producer Sable announced a collaboration some time ago, I was immediately excited. Of course, Kele released a new solo single recently, too, and though it’s good, it wasn’t my absolute favorite Kele song to date. I’m digging this song, The One, with Sable, a lot more. The One is a sparkling, dazzling beauty, finely balancing Sable’s elegant electronic production and Kele’s signature vocals. Along with unveiling the song, they’ve also released a video for the tune! Watch below.

May 28, 2014
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I’ll keep the dance groove going with more massive beats out of Australia. Sable, aka John Dewhurst, is a rising producer that you should be paying attention to, if you haven’t already fallen for his shimmering, tweaky, future bass tunes. His recent track Foolin’ is a perfect example of his hopped up, bumping style. Today, Sable’s track Foolin’ received an extra dose of caffeine via producer Basenji. Stream the remix below and listen out for Basenji’s signature dog woofs. As for Sable, he’s made a huge statement back home in Australia with another track named Feels So Good. Visit that jittery, heady trip of a tune below, too.