Endless Curve

by Appleblim

The kind of cross genre exploration that you would expect from an artist who has been at the evolving forefront of the scene for well over a decade. From dub to techno, garage and house all interlaced with a healthy dose of bass.


In the 15 years since he first emerged on Skull Disco, Appleblim continues to explore the relationships between underground electronic music in his productions & DJing. Skull Disco, the pioneering dubstep label he co-founded with Shackleton was the first the world heard of his productions, but Laurie Osborne’s innate relationship with electronic music culture reaches back much further than those groundbreaking early days of dubstep. Early days spent soaking up early rave, hardcore, jungle, techno and plenty more besides were fundamental foundations from which to spring into the then-unknown realms of grime & dubstep music. At that time legendary club nights FWD>> and DMZ were the church for this ritualistic sound, and Appleblim was a regular DJ at both. As dubstep matured, magnified, mutated and meandered, so Appleblim moved beyond Skull Disco to explore different avenues of expression in the new many-layered club music landscape. His own Apple Pips imprint was a natural vessel on which to explore the emergent fusions of hardcore-derived sounds and the US-born house, techno and electro, while key UK labels such as Aus Music equally provided a home for his work (often alongside Komon). Meanwhile long-standing collaborations with Alec Storey (Second Storey) manifested in the hyper-modern mind-twist of ALSO, captured as an album on legendary rave & techno label R&S. More recently it’s been possible to hear Appleblim delve into electro-acoustic and ambient production alongside bassweight sounds on Tempa, one of the original bastions of dubstep culture. As the existing boundaries between genres, cultures, eras and scenes continue to dissolve, his debut album for award-winning & critically acclaimed ‘UK Rave’ label Sneaker Social Club offered up a fresh approach that brings some of the foundational sound ethics of rave culture into a modern framework. In the meantime he has produced albums of ambient, drone & noise experiments both on his own & with old friend from the dubstep days Adam Winchester of Dot Product. These 2 albums will be released in 2020 alongside his 2nd solo LP for Sneaker Social Club, a collaboration as Trinity Carbon on ESP-Institute & several single projects for acclaimed underground labels such as Dr Banana and BLKRTZ.

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