Londoner Rob Kemp began DJing at the age of 15. Within a few years, he took to music-making skillfully enough to rank as one of the more creative and individual post-dubstep producers. He debuted as Brackles on the Berkane Sol label in 2008 with â€œGlazed,â€� a swarming dubstep track with deep-probing bass frequencies; it was granted the A-side to a split 12â€� shared with Shortstuff. A handful of releases for Bristolâ€™s Pollen and Apple Pips labels, as well as Planet Mu, Brainmath, and his and Shortstuffâ€™s Blunted Robots imprint, led to the mix album Songs for Endless Cities, Vol. 1, the inaugural release for Cool in the Pool. After a quiet 2011 with only one 12â€� release on Rinse, Kemp re-emerged in May 2012 with his debut album Rinse Presents: Brackles ~ Andy KellmanPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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