V.A. "Steppin' Ahead"

V.A. / Steppin' Ahead  (DIGITAL)
01. Takaaaki - Chilitote
02. OQTO - Journey to the shwedagon
03. Bike Boy a.k.a. Chew-Z - Sleep
04. T2R - Odore feat.FS Dan
05. Takaaaki - Beat 6/6
06. OQTO - Unity of Sounds - Burning Machine
07. Bike Boy a.k.a. Chew-Z - 2 Spaces
08. T2R - Jap Workin' Dub
09. KK the Khaosist - Messiaen
10. Takaaaki - Kibune
11. T2R - Drugs
12. Bike Boy a.k.a. Chew-Z - The Sun Machine is Coming Down

This is the selection from Steppin' Ahead releases. include 3 unreleased tracks.
Label "Steppin' Ahead" was born in Japan during the heyday of Dubstep.
It was a time when the mainstream was full of imitations of the original UK sound in Japan. Even though we were struggling through a clash with the mainstream, we continued to sell works that thoroughly drew out the uniqueness of each musician, and received better reviews in Europe and US than Japan.
The colorfulness and high quality of that sound is still significant even when heard next to today's mainstream music like Bass Music, Gorge, Beats, and also Psychedelic and darkside Jazz. and it makes you realize the importance of "originality" in music.

レーベル"Steppin' Ahead”からリリースされた作品からのセレクションに、未発表曲3曲をプラスした、必聴コンピレーション。Dubstepを基調としつつ、現在のベースミュージックやエレクトロニックミュージック、Gorgeなどとのリンクも面白く、音楽にとって「個々の独自性」が重要なことを感じさせてくれる。

Compiled & Remastered by KK the Khaosist
Artwork by Naoki Shoji 

P+C 2008-2017 Steppin' Ahead/Lo-Vibes
Released June 7, 2017

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