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A1: The Praetorian
Let us say it right away, “The Praetorian / RQ-170” is breaking new grounds for artist & label equally. Stagnation equals death. This to many new side of Shed probably presents one of the darker and more experimental sounds of 50 Weapons. It’s not techno. It’s not dubstep. It’s not breakcore. It’s not jungle. It’s not ambient. It’s not chill out. It’s not glitch. It’s not drone. What is it? Epic bass!