Baths' 'Miasma Sky' Gets Post-Dubstep Gloom in Moors Remix

Hear Anticon producer's 'Obsidian' cut slowed down and rapped over

Baths MOORS Miasma Sky Remix Obsidian Stream
The cover of MOORS' remix of Baths' "Miasma Sky"
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Chris Martins

Los Angeles producer Baths made a strong return this year with Obsidian, a darker and sleeker follow-up to his 2010 Anticon debut, Cerulean. While the summer found him on the road with the Postal Service, the fall delivers a more appropriate sparring partner in Moors. That brand new L.A. duo finds MC/actor Keith Stanfield rapping while producer HH mans the beat. Their recent "Asphyxiated" video offered a winning mix of glistening aural gloom, pensive paranoiac lyricism, and cinematic isolation, and this remix of Baths' "Miasma Sky" is a solid companion piece. HH slows the house-addled original down in favor of post-dubstep pacing, bassy swells, minimal instrumentation, and ghostly quavers. Stanfield, freshly nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for his work in Short Term 12, appears toward the end to paint a bleak scene.

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