If you’ve been a fan of electronic music for any period of time, the name Dubfire should need no introduction. From his early days as part of the pioneering group Deep Dish to his genre-defining label SCI+TEC, Dubfire has been at the forefront of electronic music for literally decades. Interestingly enough, up until earlier this year, he’s never actually released a full studio album. 

Dubfire - EVOLV [SCI+TEC]

Dubfire – EVOLV [SCI+TEC]

That all changed on October 14th, as that day saw the release of EVOLV, a 13-track homage to his roots and the future. Weaving in and out of minimal, tech house, and techno, with splashes of other various genres, EVOLV shows that Dubfire’s still got it.

The album starts Celestial, a minimal number that evolves from a simple drumbeat into a more spacey composition over the course of 13 minutes. From there, Swerve, The Bell Tolls, and Dust & Gas are classic snappy stripped-back techno that Dubfire built his name on.



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