Over the past few years, Brooklyn duo Sub Swara has developed a rapport for giving a distinctly organic, Eastern flair to the computer-driven world of bass music. “Smoke Riddim” is the latest track from the group, and it combines buzzing, crisp electronics with sampled percussion and mallets. The piece works in an idiosyncratic, minor scale, one that seems somewhat out of place when considering the scope of bass music in 2012, but Sub Swara manages to make it sound completely natural over the two-and-a-half-minute span of “Smoke Riddim,” a cut taken from the outfit’s upcoming The Rudiment mixtape (artwork above). Look for it drop some time at the end of the month.

Smoke Riddim