English gentleman Moody Good dropped the dubstep ditty “Walkin Stoopid” via NGHTMRE and Slander’s imprint Gud Vibrations. Unnerving church bells overlay the aggressive appeal of grime in the track. Forty-nine seconds deep, “Walkin Stoopid” catches a case of the LFO bass wobbles and undrapes a rough-around-the-edges vocal sample—turning this single into something I’d imagine hearing in Satan’s playground.
Before relocating to Chicago, Moody Good’s Edwin “Eddie” John Jefferys was part of the production pair 16bit from 2007–2011. 16bit achieved commercial success (e.g., “Lilt Line” video game, Björk’s Biophilia LP, “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” movie). In June 2014, Jefferys released his first solo album with MTA Records and OWSLA; the record won Best Album in the 2014 Bass Music Awards. Ever since Moody Good’s following flourished, he went on to release music through Never Say Die Records, RAM Records as well as Deadbeats.
Soak up Moody Good’s “Walkin Stoopid” below.