• How’s Harry – Daiquiri

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    How’s Harry – Daiquiri

    After a fairly long wait, How’s Harry have finally released their much anticipated single, “Daiquiri”. Since their formation back in 2012, the band have come a long way, releasing “The Letter” EP as well as gigging around the country with some fairly good outfits, including the recently disbanded “Mr Tom”. // Read More

  • Sox – Winning & Chilling – Review

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    Sox – Winning & Chilling – Review

    In a time where the Grime scene seemed like it was going to crumble and disappear into the deep, dark hole of irrelevance, Jammer brought LOTM3 in an attempt to keep the decorated scene alive.

  • What to do this May bank holiday: Streetfest 2014

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    What to do this May bank holiday: Streetfest 2014

    Urban, underground, vibrant, and up and coming – words that could be used to describe East London’s Streetfest taking place this May bank holiday. Promising an eclectic mix of established and fresh musicians, graffiti artists, parkour and skate boarding; Streetfest 2014 looks like the place to be on the 4th // Read More

  • Turner – Victorious (feat. Ill Chill)

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    Turner – Victorious (feat. Ill Chill)

    We are very happy to be giving you yet more free music, this time coming in the form of a collaboration between Brighton based producer Turner and the LA based rapper Ill Chill. The pair have worked magic with this track, seeing both of them extend their catalogues into new // Read More

  • Schoolboy Q – Oxymoron – Review

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    Schoolboy Q – Oxymoron – Review

    School Boy Q is a big name in the hip hop world at the moment, releasing his first mix tape entitled “ScHoolBoy Turned Hustla” in 2008 and dropping his first independent album “Setbacks” in 2011 and following it up with “Habits and Contradictions” over a year later, all of which // Read More

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How’s Harry – Daiquiri

How’s Harry – Daiquiri

After a fairly long wait, How’s Harry have finally released their much anticipated single, “Daiquiri”. Since their formation back in 2012, the band have come a long way, releasing “The Letter” EP as well as gigging around the country with some fairly good outfits, including the recently disbanded “Mr Tom”. // Read More

by × April 18, 2014 ×

Reviews

Sox – Winning & Chilling – Review

Sox – Winning & Chilling – Review

In a time where the Grime scene seemed like it was going to crumble and disappear into the deep, dark hole of irrelevance, Jammer brought LOTM3 in an attempt to keep the decorated scene alive.

by × April 17, 2014 ×

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What to do this May bank holiday: Streetfest 2014

What to do this May bank holiday: Streetfest 2014

Urban, underground, vibrant, and up and coming – words that could be used to describe East London’s Streetfest taking place this May bank holiday. Promising an eclectic mix of established and fresh musicians, graffiti artists, parkour and skate boarding; Streetfest 2014 looks like the place to be on the 4th // Read More

by × April 17, 2014 ×

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Turner – Victorious (feat. Ill Chill)

Turner – Victorious (feat. Ill Chill)

We are very happy to be giving you yet more free music, this time coming in the form of a collaboration between Brighton based producer Turner and the LA based rapper Ill Chill. The pair have worked magic with this track, seeing both of them extend their catalogues into new // Read More

by × April 16, 2014 ×

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Schoolboy Q – Oxymoron – Review

Schoolboy Q – Oxymoron – Review

School Boy Q is a big name in the hip hop world at the moment, releasing his first mix tape entitled “ScHoolBoy Turned Hustla” in 2008 and dropping his first independent album “Setbacks” in 2011 and following it up with “Habits and Contradictions” over a year later, all of which // Read More

by × April 12, 2014 ×

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How Do You Define a Hip Hop Track?

How Do You Define a Hip Hop Track?

It’s a very cliché question but can you really define a hip-hop track? After all your average hip-hop songs usually include the typical overpowering vocals over some strong and gritty beats, but over the course of a decade or so, hip-hop’s formula has changed a whole lot. In order to // Read More

by × April 10, 2014 ×