It’s been a big month. One of the most influential grime artists of all time finally released his debut album, new releases from nearly all of the big hitters and plenty of other goodies to go with it.
Here you will find everything musical.
With grime’s recent re-appearance in the mainstream of popular music a lot of articles have been written about where it came from and what it can be compared to. Amongst these comparisons a popular one is that grime is the modern day equivalent of punk. Whilst the two seem to // Read More
Peggy’s World returns for episode five. One Eyed Jacks, Josh Savage, Mrisi, Temple of Anyone, Maya and Longy all talk to Peggy and her trusty mic about their musical endeavours.
Bleed Again have been painting the south coast red for the past three years with their unique brand of thrashy metalcore.
It’s safe to say 2016 was undoubtedly one of grime’s strongest years as a genre. We said last year that grime needed to stay true to its roots in 2017, to remain grounded, and January’s releases have certainly not disappointed.
Grime undoubtedly had its most successful year in 2016, with numerous MCs and producers becoming household names throughout the UK and beyond. Artists such as Skepta, Stormzy, Chip – you know, the usual crowd – all had very productive years, so much so that the original heavyweight was almost sidelined // Read More
As we begin 2017, I thought rather than just reviewing December’s grime releases, I would look back over the entire year’s worth. Instead of doing it release by release, I’m going to focus more on the labels releasing grime music in 2016. White Peach Records: Easily one of the standout // Read More
Edward Sansom returns to our screens with a new music video for Sweet F A. Late last year, near the release date, the song was selected as BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey’s ‘BBC Introducing Track of the Day’.