Real Name:
Peter Livingston
Dubstep producer from South London, runs the Swamp 81 label.
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Loefah Discography

Singles & EPs

DMZ:002 Digital Mystikz & Loefah Digital Mystikz & Loefah - Dubsession DMZ DMZ:002 UK 2004 Sell This Version
BAM 006 Loefah Jungle Infiltrator Big Apple Records BAM 006 UK 2004 Sell This Version
DMZ 001 Digital Mystikz & Loefah Digital Mystikz & Loefah - Twisup / B DMZ, DMZ DMZ 001 UK 2004 Sell This Version
TEC003 Loefah & Skream Loefah & Skream - 28g (EP) Tectonic TEC003 UK 2005 Sell This Version
dmz:003 Mala (4) / Loefah Mala (4) / Loefah - Da Wrath (Souljahz Vip Mix) / Twisup (Vip) DMZ dmz:003 UK 2005 Sell This Version
dmz:006 Loefah Root / The Goat Stare DMZ dmz:006 UK 2005 Sell This Version
TEC008D Loefah / Digital Mystikz Loefah / Digital Mystikz - System / Molten (Single) Tectonic TEC008D UK 2006 Sell This Version
dmz009 Loefah Mud / Rufage DMZ dmz009 UK 2006 Sell This Version
SIX001 Loefah Voodoo Six6Six SIX001 UK 2006 Sell This Version
medi-03 Loefah / Coki Loefah / Coki - Disko Rekah / All Of A Sudden Deep Medi Musik medi-03 UK 2007 Sell This Version
Texture 010 Loefah vs. Darqwan Loefah vs. Darqwan - Sukkah / Warrior Stance (Single) Texture Records Texture 010 UK 2007 Sell This Version
RNG001X Loefah Yours Ringo Records RNG001X UK 2007 Sell This Version
TEC048 Pinch (2) & Loefah / Pinch (2) & Roska Pinch (2) & Loefah / Pinch (2) & Roska - Broken / Paranormal Activity (Single) Tectonic TEC048 UK 2011 Sell This Version
SWAMPX01 Loefah Western (Did A Skank)(12", S/Sided, Ltd) Swamp 81 SWAMPX01 UK 2013 Sell This Version
BH 0.5 Loefah Woman / Midnight(12", Single, Ltd, W/Lbl) Berceuse Heroique BH 0.5 UK 2014 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

none Mala (4) & Loefah Feat. Sgt Pokes Mala (4) & Loefah Feat. Sgt Pokes - Live At Transmission Leeds Feb 2006(CDr, Mixed) DMZ none UK 2006 Sell This Version


none Loefah Just A Beat(File, WAV, 24b) Not On Label (Loefah Self-released) none UK 2010
none Loefah Veal(File, WAV) Swamp 81 none UK 2013

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April 24, 2013
an oscillating b line is not what I would call "wobble" but agreed, it "wobbles" but not in a cheddar kinda way.


October 30, 2006
edited over 9 years ago
Loefah is without a doubt a bastion of dubstep. His contributions to the DMZ imprint could be considered key moments in the evoltuion of the genre; whilst his remixes for Skream (on Tempa) and his recent Tectonic outing only serve to enforce this belief.
'Bass' is the primary function in his productions and with tracks like 'Goat Stare' and 'Ruffage' this can be heard to full effect. Bass is used to drive the tracks forward unceasingly, whether it be stabs, drones or squelches, the bass is relentless.
Unlike other producers (Skream, N-Type, Caspa and Pinch to name but a few), Loefah's bass excursions don't venture into the wibbly wobbly sub-aquatic realms. Instead they attempt to shatter the listener's rib cage with frequencies that could be used by French riot police.
It is interesting to compare his earlier production outings on Big Apple and the Grime compilation for Rephlex with his later efforts:
It's obvious from tracks like 'Jungle Inflitrator', 'Indian Dub' and 'Fire Elemnts' that he has a keen ear for rhythms, but we are yet to be fully exposed to "that" bass sound, which is (for better or worse) now considered his trademark. But these earlier rhythmical experiments(?) have helped him forge a sound which encapsulates crisp and clipped ethnic/tribal beats with bass sonics that verge on the brown note.
My eyes and ears are constantly peeled for any new bass from P. Livingstone and I strongly urge people to sniff them out at all costs too.

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