Born in London and borrowed by Bristol’s healthy bass scene, twenty-something Oscar Henson is one of few producers out there today keeping Dubstep well and truly alive and kicking.
Following a much sought after release on Badimup in 2013, a collaboration with Hodge for Bristol’s bass institution – Idle Hands and a two-track effort for Soundman Chronicles earlier this month, he’s as busy as they come when it comes to output. He also holds a Sunday residency on Hardcore Dubstep outlet Sub FM with close affiliate K-Lone. Having pulled away from an intense infatuation with the 140bpm bracket, he has yet to settle on a particular sound in his production. With a penchant for rare vinyl he’s not afraid to tap into the roots of Dub and shake things up with a modern twist.