OWSLA Records has been making a name for itself without the use of some of its bigger name clientele. With their releases from lesser-known artists like Icarus and Alesia, Skrillex’s monster label is slowly becoming one of the best sources for breaking up-and-coming producers onto the EDM scene.
Their newest release is from Israel-born, Austin-based producer, The Widdler, entitled Spacetime. The EP is by far one of the most refreshing to have come from the record label, as it showcases some serious range of talent. The Widdler, aka Yoni Oron, has actually been producing for quite some time now — and it shows in Spacetime. From Drum N Bass to Dubstep, Spacetime is a blast from the past that still packs a HUGE punch.
The Widdler — Spacetime EP
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From The Nest HQ:
The Spacetime EP hosts an impressively diverse range of sound from the innovative producer, with extraterrestrial Drum N Bass found in the opening tune “Satúk” leading into the menacing snarls of Drumstep in “Odyssey” before finally wrapping up with a heady, galactic downtempo vibe in “Breathe.” Usually with eclectic EPs like Spacetime, it’s easy to pick out the artist’s strong suit genre-wise, but The Widdler really displays his knowledge of Bass music in all forms with this one.