Dub's been getting a lot of attention for quite some time now, but we're a bit afraid to say that it may die out, just as electro's slowly seeing its demise. But for the time being, acts like London's Scratch Perverts keep us interested in the music. Lately they've been producing some pretty interesting cuts and are next up to bat for Ministry Of Sound's Mixed series, which is due to be released later this month. They first came into the scene in the '90s as hip-hop battle DJs (much like the U.S.'s own Invisibl Skratch Piklz), but now they're a hybrid crew whose musical tastes go far beyond their startup days.
From hip-hop, to electro house, and now moving toward dubstep, the Perverts are now set to release this new Mixed series that features music by Jesse Rose, Mala, The Chemical Brothers, Four Tet & Burial and many more. Harnessing the typical ADD that dubstep DJs get, they fit 28 tracks into this one mix!