It’s been yet another crazy month for 140BPM lovers worldwide. As we approach the end of the year, grime certainly shows no signs of slowing down. Here are our picks for the month! Dallen – Sunday Who doesn’t love a free download right? We send out massive shouts to Dallen // Read More
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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
It’s been yet another jam-packed month for grime. As a genre, it’s really difficult to think of a time that grime has been more popular around the country, with so many artists performing at the UK’s biggest festivals and even making a serious impact on people’s political opinions. As per // 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
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
In a month where grime and bass music have taken centre stage worldwide, both in the charts and on platforms such as culture clash, it is important to continue looking to the underground to see just how exciting things are getting for the grassroots of the genre at the moment. Here is // 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.