Today we premiere a grime influenced house track from Irish producer Son Orbis. The young producer channels deep and wonky minimal vibes on ‘Blem’ and intertwines grime vocals to great effect.
Taking inspiration from 90s trance and early 00’s Dubstep & Breakbeat, Dublin DJ/Producer Jack Fleming aka Son Orbis has been a regular within the cities nightclubs, stemming from his earliest days as a resident at Toast & Paradox.
With releases on Bristol’s Eton Messy Records & Edinburgh’s Milkit Sounds, Jack’s music has seen support come from the likes of Pete Tong, Joris Voorn, Brame & Hamo to name a few.
What you hear is really all you need to know. And what you’ll hear from Son Orbis’ sets and music productions are seamlessly blended bass-heavy frequencies and futuristic percussion driven beats.
Son Orbis provides a deep and off-kilter house cut that is simply made for the dance-floor on ‘Blem’. The track is soaked in classic minimal vibes, but the budding producer knit’s in grimey influences with commanding vocals to great effect. This is fantastic DJ tool for those who like their house with a touch of UK influence.