The originator himself, Wiley is widely regarded as the founder of grime, and the one who has done the most to ensure its continued existence. That being said, it doesn’t change the fact that he hardly ever performs anywhere he’s booked to play; Wiley once described himself as like the // Read More
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ZHA – Material – Naan001 As the driving force behind the ever present White Peach Records, Zha takes a step outside of his primary home print to launch Naan001 with an absolute belter of a track. One of the cleanest arrangements we’ve heard this year, ‘Material’ holds it’s weight as // Read More
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
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
With Stormzy’s debut album topping the charts and Boy Better Know headlining The Other Stage at Glastonbury, it’s safe to say that grime is back in a big way. But how did it get from ‘I Luv U’ to ‘Rolex Sweep’ and back again? We’ve picked out ten moments that // Read More
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
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
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