Heavyweight ragga producer The Bug has announced details of Filthy, a new four-track EP from Ninja Tune.

The Bug – a.k.a. Kevin Martin – is a serial collaborator, and Filthy sees him team up with regular partners in grime Flowdan (on two tracks, ‘Louder’ and ‘Dirty’) and Daddy Freddy (on ‘Kill Them’). Most intriguing perhaps is the EP’s opening track ‘Freakshow’, which sees Martin team up with Detroit deviant Danny Brown and another regular collaborator, King Midas Sound and Dokkebi Q’s Kiki Hitomi. ‘Dirty’ was recently debuted on Loefah’s Rinse FM show – you can stream audio of that below.

The Bug’s latest album, Angels & Devils, is expected to see release this year. Grouper and more have contributed vocals.

Filthy Tracklist (2×12″):

A. Freakshow feat. Danny Brown & Kiki Hitomi
B. Dirty feat. Flowdan
C. Louder feat. Flowdan
D. Kill Them feat. Daddy Freddy



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