All about his new album 'This Is What I Do'
He brings out the bass, SBTRKT, on his journey to the borders of dubstep, where it joins with soul and the more sentimental side of funk.¬†His debut album broke in 2011 and was followed by a long tour which featured a dazzling light show and collaborations with artists like Jessie Ware and Yukijmi Nagano of Little Dragon as he brought dubstep to a wider audience.¬†SBTRKT‚Äôs (or Aaron Jerome as he‚Äôs doubtless known to the taxman) new album ‘Live’ documents this process and is a perfect opportunity for the¬† listener to get to grips with the hypnotic rhythm, the catchy melodies that constitute this breakthrough act.¬†Together with vocalist Sampha, SBTRKT has created a stunning live album that keeps surprising and engaging the listener throughout. ‘Trials of the Past’¬†and ‘Never Never’ are future pop anthems which live seem to have even more impact than the originals.¬†‘Go Bang’ was recorded with the London Heritage Orchestra, while ‘Wildfire’ is a minor classic thanks to the beautiful voice of Nagano, who will plainly be in SBTRK‚Äôs contact book for some time to come. The new ‘Migration’ is also well worth a listen. ‘Live’¬†is out now.¬†