Stealth archives: 2012

Loefah (Swamp81/DMZ) at Stealth, Stealth

  • Friday 17th August 2012
  • Supported by: Loefah & lots more TBC

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LOEFAH (Swamp81/DMZ)

The seminal work of producer pioneer, Loefah has been formative in the creation and development of the now worldwide scene of dubstep. Along with his partners, Mala and Coki, he started and continues to run the now infamous DMZ brand.

Though still part and parcel of DMZ, in 2009, he started his own label called Swamp81 which better reflected his developing direction in underground music. As "dubstep" grew further and further from its roots and became increasingly commercial, Loefah turned his attention to an emergent new hive of creativity to create the home label, Swamp 81.

With a steady stream of output from the likes of Joy Orbison, Boddika, Skream, Ramadanman, Addison Groove, Falty DL & Instra:mental, it became increasingly clear that Swamp81 is dedicated to the promotion of subcultural bass music rather than dubstep music per se. The releases display a like minded dedication to weighty electronic music and that is what has made the ripples world wide for this label. Check out the Loefah interviews on Resident Advisor & Trap Magazine for more information.

Loefah's Swamp81 show on Rinse FM is renouned for breaking unknown new music, with people scrambling all over the internet to try and find out what tracks have been played on the show.

 Loefah's 50 minute video mix for Boiler Room:



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