Gramatik has always been an early adapter. It began at the age of 3, when his mother would catch him glued to the radio in his older sister’s room, checking out the cassette tapes with American funk, jazz, soul and blues. He started making his first beats on an early PC by the time he was 13, and soon the kid from Portoroz, Slovenia figured out how to harvest the power of free file sharing to build a following throughout the US & Europe. Tracks spread, hype grew, tours followed, and before long his digital persona forged the initial inroads into the US market, securing him both a label and an agency. Gramatik landed on US soil as a fully formed artist who knows how to do things his way. Gramatik recently announced the launch of his own record label Lowtemp and offered his fans a first glimpse of the song with his video for “Bluestep”. The cut combines the vibes of raw 50’s and 60’s Blues with a melodic, groove-infused Dubstep beat – the result is a signature Gramatik genre clash, also what he refers to as “Bluestep”. Age of reason or reason enough, the revolution begins now.