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Rain City Riot – Burning – Review

Rain City Riot – Burning – Review

I know what everyone is thinking, “Oh another house release – how are they going to try and tell us why this one is ground breaking”. As I have stated before, as a genre, house music isn’t the biggest pusher of boats, but it is certainly consistent. Sure producers occasionally // Read More

by × May 4, 2014 ×

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Prince Kong & Mad Hatter – The Mad Gorillas After Party – Review

Prince Kong & Mad Hatter – The Mad Gorillas After Party – Review

As Brighton’s underground Hip Hop scene continues to grow and thrive, we are blessed with the long awaited return of two of the city’s veteran rappers. The ‘Mad Gorillas After Party’ marks the return of the partnership between Prince Kong and Mad Hatter. The album immediately impressed me, the structure // Read More

by × March 24, 2014 ×

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Rick Ross – Mastermind – Review

Rick Ross – Mastermind – Review

First of all, let’s all face the fact that Rick Ross is never going to be the thinking man’s rapper and to be honest I don’t think he has ever even tried. His records tend to be more club orientated ‘Trap Anthems’. He returns to us now however with his // Read More

by × March 9, 2014 ×

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Don’t Flop – Raise A Glass – Event Review

Don’t Flop – Raise A Glass – Event Review

Don’t Flop once again didn’t fail to amuse, wow and entice an audience in a celebration for Bamalam’s birthday with the event “Raise A Glass”. The night featured the return of Bloodstro to the ring, a 2013 versus established name battle and an eagerly awaited battle from one of our very // Read More

by × February 24, 2014 ×

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Turner – Cella Sounds Volume 1 – Review

Turner – Cella Sounds Volume 1 – Review

Dubstep as a genre of music really is a strange subject. On one side you have battalions of ex fans proclaiming the genre is dead and buried, then on the other side seems to have developed a split between the two areas of the genre still living healthily. You have // Read More

by × February 7, 2014 ×

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Don’t Flop – Raise The Bar – Review

Don’t Flop – Raise The Bar – Review

Raise the Bar, the very first event of 2014, hosted by the ever so jolly Mr. 13 and the ever so charismatic Bamalam was an amazing start to the year for UK Battle Rap, having nothing but UK vs UK on the card. (Bar Cojay. Fuck Cojay.)

by × January 24, 2014 ×

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P Jam – Fight The Feeling – Review

P Jam – Fight The Feeling – Review

When one of the pioneers of a genre returns, and in his return creates shockwaves similar to that of the genres inception, you know you are witnessing something special. P Jam is one of the original names to arise out of the ever expanding grime music scene, and he is // Read More

by × January 20, 2014 ×

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White Room | The Haunt, Brighton | 11.1.14

White Room | The Haunt, Brighton | 11.1.14

Living up to expectations, White Room delivered a memorable performance last weekend. Flowing songs into each other, shuffling the set up and maintaining the crowds excitement isn’t easy, but White Room didn’t seem phased. A great way to introduce your new name. Seamless. That’d be one way to describe White // Read More

by × January 16, 2014 ×

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Kromestar – “Tears Of Joy” – Review

Kromestar – “Tears Of Joy” – Review

Kromestar is and has always been one of the most influential underground producers in the UK, from his earlier grime projects, through the height of creativity in Dubstep and now when nobody has a clue what genre even means anymore. The signature wonk he throws into everything seems to be // Read More

by × January 8, 2014 ×