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.
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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
Trickstar Radio, Brighton’s young and burgeoning internet radio station, has just received a licence to start broadcasting over DAB. The underground music station, which has a focus on urban electronic music, has in recent times acted as a launch pad for some of the city’s most promising musical careers, and prides // Read More
September has been a fantastic month for grime, with numerous high profile releases hitting the shelves and a huge number of packed out radio shows to play them all in. Here are my top 10 grime releases of the month. Drax – Frostie It’s no secret that Drax is one // Read More
And we’re back! August’s edition of ‘The Month In Grime’ features a real range of releases across the grime music spectrum including vocals, free compilations and much much more. Let’s jump straight into the report: Spooky – No Days Off EP To start off we actually have two releases from // Read More
Boundary Brighton is a new addition to this summer’s festival lineup and adds to a list of exciting events Brighton has to offer.
Almost half a year after their previous edition, Brighton based label Southpoint have finally released the long awaited compilation ‘Southpoint Presents, Vol. 3’. As a label Southpoint is always looking to bring their family together on compilations and this time it has brought a sweet cohesion between all the sounds // Read More
Over the last ten years or so a lot of UK underground electronic music has been focused around the same speed. Grime, dubstep, trap, bassline, speed garage and even some UK dub music all helped to shape what you could call the ‘140 era’ – a decade of genres rising and falling around 140 // Read More
Brighton’s UKG scene has been producing all kinds of power moves over the last few months, with releases on well established labels becoming an everyday occurrence. Every day new tracks are being uploaded and released and Brighton is rapidly becoming one of the hubs of the new UKG/Bassline movement.