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Au5 – Crystal Mathematics

Here’s this weeks post from Wobblecraftdubz; Crystal Mathematics by Au5

Gotta say this track is an interesting one as it mixes pure, instrumentals with the synth dubstep…well worth the listen and support!

Crystal Mathematics

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Published on 24 Mar 2013

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This new release on Viper Recordings featuring newcomer Au5 contains 2 originals and 1 instrumental version, approaching a technical/melodic themed dubstep as we are familiarized with what the Viper roster brings us.


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Crystal Castle New album

When most think of Crystal Castle, they think of the Canadian duo’s riotous, strobe-strewn live shows, or front woman Alice Glass’ manic yelps, or producer Ethan Kath’s paranoid synth static. They don’t think of the words coming out of Glass’ mouth– probably because nearly all of them are distorted beyond recognition. But they’re there. And they’re important to Crystal Castles.


On new album (III)— which you can listen to in full below, via Spotify– Glass’ lyrics attack various forms of oppression: religious, societal, governmental. Her overall outlook, as you might guess from her dying-animal delivery, is quite bleak. On “Insulin”, between claustrophobic bass hits, she cries: “Your first born will be accosted/ Fill their lungs with tar and sage/ Make the stem cells act their age.” Her message is unrelenting as it depicts a dystopia filled with disease, hypocrisy, and bride burnings– it makes The Matrix look like “Mister Rogers’ Neighbourhood . And, as Glass explained to us over email, her words are even scarier because they’re all based on real-life injustices happening right now around the world. click here for the full interview