Dunno how I’ve missed this dude. Will Moore of Essex, UK has been putting out solid tracks under the name Brown and Gammon since 2006. His tracks have a techy and modern sound, but have a solid groundwork that makes them standout from tracks produced by people who have just gotten into the game.
The first track I heard from B&G is The Bad Bounce, it’s in fact a bouncy 78bpm with delayed upstrokes, timbales, and a phat sawtooth bass. It emparts just enough of the Jamaican dancehall feel. Great track to pair with an acapella or get you in and out of a Bassnectar drop.Brown and Gammon - The Bad Bounce
On the more techinical side, Have Some Manners combines bleeps, piano samples and a string section with a dope bassline with sounds i’ve only seen Trolley Snatcha throw down.Brown and Gammon - Have Some Manners
I’ll go ahead a throw up a few more, check the B&G Mediafire page for more.