January 22, 2009 | 2:07pm
Denver's own glitch-hop/dub-step/experimental electronic music wunderkind Cacheflowe has just dropped a killer platter of tracks called Cache, Stacks & Queues
. It features a jungle-influenced neo-dub sound and some excellent guest appearances, most notably by Brer Rabbit of the Flobots on the cleverly named "Flowebot," and a Machine Drum remix of the same track. The original is a tight track built out of sci-fi dub tones and a queasy, lurching beat with a nice rap, and though Flobots fans may curse me for saying so, I like it better than any of Rabbit's work with his main outfit. You don't have to take my word for it, though. Visit Plastic Sound Supply's page for the disc
to check out samples of all the tracks and download "Flowebot" for free to judge for yourself. You can also grab a free, 90-minute DJ mix featuring the track at the bottom of the page.