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  • Summary: Grey Filastine, the Barcelona, Spain-based producer, releases his second album on DJ/Rupture’s Soot label.
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  1. With an ear pointed to the type of gritty urban centers depicted on the album cover, Dirty Bomb references dubstep, baile funk, breakcore, North African drum patterns, Arabic folk music and Bollywood strings. And it will devastate your subwoofer.
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    Dirty Bomb is a double-edged sword that will undoubtedly rip you apart--but trust when I say it won’t hurt.
  3. While it's nice to envision Western acceptance of non-Western music, it's nicer to imagine the universe's collective ass jiggling sympathetically to the best moments on Dirty Bomb--music so thoroughly uprooted that its traditions exist only as pivot points; fragments of sounds we know mashed together so intuitively that we barely recognize them.
  4. What ties all the disparate elements together is a taut thread of hip hop breaks, clattering electronic beats and wobbly dubstep bass.