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The Miami electro duo Klaypex is known for its ability to bend time. Once Johnny Atar and Mark Emmanuel take to the decks, it’s easy to get so lost in deep dubstep grooves that before you know it, the sun has risen and it’s six in the morning. The title cut of 2012’s Ready to Go has everything you need: sweeping synth lines that stop and flutter like strobe lights, infectiously danceable beats, androgynous vocal samples, and a fathoms-deep bass wobble that rattles the solar plexus. Don’t be fooled by the simple jungle rhythms that introduce “Crazy.” As soon as that low end seeps in, the song gets anthemic with stormy synthesizers, big booming beats, and a gargantuan bass that drops like an elevator with cut cables. The rhythms drunkenly stumble around the beginning of “Hello” before jumping back on the tracks and chugging along with a locomotive flow. Not even halfway through, the tune drops dancehall hammers that sound tailor-made for smiling, sweaty faces and a sea of hands in the air. “Song 12” closes with a gradual swell of distorted tones.

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Crazy is one of the top five dubstep songs ever made. It has TWO amazing drops and a pheniminal rythm. Quite comparing these guys to you-know-who just because of the similar logo, they have their own very different sound. They aren't as good as him on the dancefloor, but they have a reall appeal when it comes to just sitting or walking around and listening. The dubstep tracks are as strong as ever, but the electro house is a bit... well... ugly to my ears. They should just stick with dubstep. If it weren't for the lackluster songs like "You Mad" and "Manners", I'd give this five stars. They have a lot of great, complex rythms on their hands, so if you love EDM, Klaypex is essential. I love Crazy for it's wildly awesome dance tune, Ready to Go for it's bright, complex, sceintific sound, Secrets for is cool, shifty bass drop, and Stars for it's cool noises and well-arranged drops.


Great, I love it!

Cool but...

There were some really great moments in this album, but I keep getting the whole Skrillex vibe from the album cover. Would be cooler to see a more individualized concept concept.

Ready to Go, Klaypex
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