Koro Inu makes bass music.
Fueled by early influences of dub and electronica crossover from the likes of Renegade Soundwave, Leftfield, Swayzak, Sabres of Paradise, the classic sounds of King Tubby, Lee Perry, Coxon Sound, Trojan and Greensleeves to the more recent bass music explosion of dubstep and its offspring, it’s the love of bass weight that shapes the Koro Inu sound.
Since 2007, when created for a one off deep techno remix for Virus B23′ s Deadman, to the Black Dog Dubs ep series of dubwise house, techno and digital dubs to the more recent broken beat, post-dubstep sound, Koro Inu is happiest when the music sits between genres, but always based on dub theory: Deep, hypnotic and bass heavy.
Deadman DJ – Boasin Tone (Koro Inu Mix)
Black Dog Dubs pt1 mmiiprdct005 2009
tracks: selassie singing/departure dub/sidewinder/the lurker buy it at beatport