After a relatively quiet couple of years since the release of his first LP in 2016, Commodo returns to Black Acre (The Maghreban, Romare) to show everyone how it’s done. The four tracks of Dyrge prove that Commodo has few peers when it comes to assimilating a wide range of sounds into dubstep and vice versa. The title track and ‘Leeroy’ show a little influence of trap and Road Rap in a manner similar to some other recent drops out of Bristol. ‘Bitch & Moan’ is a cool confluence of dubstep, hip-hop and a sort of post-punk/free jazz sound reminiscent of some of Danny Brown’s Atrocity Exhibition.
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