For a number of dance music producers and fans, Friday nights can be spent waiting by the radio dial, listening to Annie Mac, Pete Tong, and others bring you the best and biggest in new music. One DJ that should also be regularly checked for is Plastician, who represents for the bass music community like no other. This past Friday, Plastician gave us a glimpse of Starkey's forthcoming SMOG Records EP BA66, which is due out on November 4, via "Screwed On," Starkey's collaboration with UK grime MC supreme D Double E. Starkey (and the entire Seclusiasis camp) are no strangers to the UK grime scene, so this collaboration was probably in the cards for a bit. Starkey does what he does best: crafting devastating bass-driven monsters that carry hefty vibes and quirky tendencies, letting D Double's ginsu-sharp vocals slice and dice the beat to pieces. It's an insane combination that works super well. Preview the tune below, and keep it locked for more info on BA66.
UPDATE It looks like "They Don't Know Me," another cut from BA66, was recently dropped by MistaJam. Truth be told, Starkey slid this cut (which is Trim spitting over his banger "Blaster") in his DAD Mix. Murder: