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Skream is sharing a series of unreleased tracks from the dawn of dubstep.

The South London producer was heavily involved in the movement from dark garage to dubstep, in reality a series of sonic experiments rather than one mass style.

Tracks would come and go, often being dropped in a soltiary radio set only to be shoved to the back of his hard drive.

Enjoying huge success, Skream had largely left a lot of these tunes behind, until Plastician - a man who seemingly never throws anything out - recovered a huge array of dubs.

Sent over to Skream, he'll be sharing these unreleased tracks over on Bandcamp. The first batch of fantastic, too, ranging from 'Oh My Gosh' to the up-front thrill that is 'Off'. 

Tune in below.

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