What a month August has been in grime. We have seen so many high profile releases come around, so lets get straight into this months round up. Big Zuu – Big Zuu EP One thing grime music has seemingly lacked for a long time is a wave of new personalities. Big // Read More
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Southpoint’s head honcho, KXVU, has recently released a new album called ‘Cub Inna Caribbean’, and with it, a new video.
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
Kahn & Neek – Fabriclive 90 In a year of so many social and economic disappointments, the one thing we can safely say is that grime music is stronger than it’s ever been. Shortly after the initial fabric closure announcement, the new Fabriclive compilation was announced and was to be // Read More
Well what a busy month it’s been. October has seen a really high volume of quality grime releases, both from inside the UK and outside. Here are our picks for this month: Sir Spyro – Topper Top (Featuring Teddy Bruckshot, Lady Chann & Killa P) (Deep Medi) Well, obviously right? // Read More
Trickstar FM host a weekly grime and UK garage night every Thursday. We linked up with a couple of the Southpoint guys and headed down to see what it’s all about. The track used in the video is ‘Alarmed’ by Jook.
Brighton based label Southpoint have been hard at work since their launch in May. After releasing two separate EPs (from co-founder KXVU and the rapidly rising Bushbaby), things have really kicked off for the small garage and grime label, and with the release of Southpoint Presents – Vol. 1, they // Read More
With the re-emergence of Grime music sending shock waves around the UK underground music scene, there have been a number of new independent labels popping up all over the country. All of these different projects as brands have only increased the rate at which Grime and Bass music in general // Read More