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I found this article with the comment, "This music/ketamine article in the Guardian is hilariously 4 years late. And wrong." Oh, but so funny.
Quite the most intriguing meme I've, er, bumped into recently has been the alleged link between ketamine and wonky, an offshoot of dubstep that has got all the dance-bloggerati burbling with excitement in recent months. Now that really awakes my interest (academic interest, I should say – my consciousness-mangling days are far behind me), because it's been a long time since there was a drug/music synergy of real consequence in UK post-rave culture, one where a particular chemical actually seemed to be driving the direction of a style of music and shaping the vibe on the dancefloor.
And here is some wonky Zomby music for you:
As you can see, it is a revolutionary step in dance music progression.