A DJ, label owner, and an ex-pro basketball player, Caspa has donned many roles but the most significant of them all is the genre he pioneered and helped it make one of dance music’s biggest genres. Starting with a few friends that included his label-mate and longtime friend Rusko, he pushed the Dubstep genre from the underground and mainstream ends to eventually take Dubstep to the echelons of electronic dance music.
An envious catalogue of three studio albums, four mix compilations, 40+ singles which also includes two of Dubstep’s biggest tunes like the remix of Rusko’s Cockney Thug and the peppy remake of TC’s ‘Where’s My Money’, Caspa’s discography spans over 15 years. Some of his other high-profile mixes include spin-offs of names like Depeche Mode, The Prodigy, Deadmau5, Kaskade, Swedish House Mafia, Grand Puba, Ludacris, and Miike Snow.
After a run of releases throughout 2018 and 2019, Caspa had a short hiatus in 2020 before storming everything in his way in early 2021 with the ‘System Failure’ EP in early 2021. Now for his second EP of the year, Caspa has returned to his Ghost Town imprint for a wonky 4-track EP called ‘Full Flow’.
The EP is packed with club-ready tunes featuring Caspa ghastly sounds with a mix of his signature subversive undercut. ‘Locomotive’ is a pitched-down low-end tune with bass-flickers that are a staple in Caspa’s productions. Title track ‘Full Flow’ is a bass stabs heavy tune blended perfectly with vocal samples and sonics. ‘Original Bad Bwoy’ brings out Caspa’s love for peppy and twisted Dubstep music while ‘That Low Low’ is a deep and watery tune, with a gritty opportunism of a club banger.
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