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After last years re-release of grime anthem Anger Management (which is lauded as a definitive Grime classic partly due to the D Double Evocal) on Terror Danjah’s Hardrive label, PJam (pronounced pee-jam) has been on a steady ascent back to the forefront of the UK’s Grime scene. After a short stint away from music production, his newly-inked BeatCamp label has already seen him collaborate with the likes of Shystie and the imprint continues to act as a vessel to release his much sought-after productions.
With more releases on BeatCamp and Hardrive scheduled for the coming months, ‘Gas’ is only a taster of what’s to come from PJam’s multi-faceted production arsenal and his return adds another element of excitement to the resurgence of Grime producers into the wider electronic music scene.
Rude Kid’s diverse production styles and burgeoning back catalogue of underground anthems have seen him rise through grime’s ranks without looking back. His unique brand of ‘Alien Music’ has led to him working with the likes of Wiley, Skepta, Kano, JME and Ghetto, making him the go to producer for the top artists and becoming a staple in the record boxes of Joker, Plastician, Terror Danjah and Oneman to name a few.
Rude Kid – Get Busy ft. Skepta
Release Date: 29th July 2012
1. Get Busy ft. Skepta
2. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Kat Krazy Remix)
3. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Matrix & Futurebound Remix)
4. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Jamie Grind Remix)
5. Get Busy ft. Skepta (Funkystepz Remix)
Free 30min Rude Kid mix: Here
Rude Kid – Get Busy (Trailer) ft. Skepta: http://youtu.be/jtklAvAlH2k
Dub Pistols have spent the past 15 years winning over audiences globally with their infectious blend of ska, dub, hip-hop, electronic and punk. Now, Barry Ashworth and his motley crew are back with their fifth studio album, Worshipping The Dollar. Written on the road as a follow-up to 2009’s acclaimed Rum & Coke, the album will be released July 3rd on Sunday Best Recordings.
Single “Mucky Weekend” features guest vocals from UK hip-hop legend Rodney P, who guests on several album tracks. The band released an electrically-charged video for the track that takes viewers on a fast-paced ride along with them for a night of mayhem. Check out the energetic “Mucky Weekend” video
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One of the most exciting new acts around, bass music duo Major Look continue to prove that – for once – you can believe the hype, with the release of their new single ‘Never Hold Us Back’ on 20th May.
The combination of Stapleton’s unmistakable swagger-laden vocals and Crystal Clear’s pin-point programming ensures that ‘Never Hold Us Back’ is another massive vocal Drum & Bass anthem. This is attitude fuelled stuff; something you can sure as hell rely on Major Look for.
Having made their name with releases on labels like DJ Hype’s Real Playaz, Major Look draw on a multitude of different influences and styles such as drum & bass, dubstep and reggae, presenting them in the only way they know how; loud and heavy.
With previous singles ‘Levels’ and ‘Hush Ya Gums’ supported by everyone from Radio 1 DJs Annie Mac, Huw Stephens and Mistajam through to Capital FM’s Andi Durrant, Major Look are bringing the undiluted sound of the underground to the masses, and no one’s going to hold them back.
Teddy Music Feat. Lil’ Nasty, Double S, Lady Leshurr, Scrufizzer, Dot Rotten & Tre Mission – Hoods Up (Remix)Posted in News with tags Bass, Dot Rotten, Double S, Electronic, EMN Promo, Grime, Hoods Up, Lady Leshurr, Lil' Nasty, Listen, Promo, Remix, Scrufizzer, Teddy Music, Tre Mission on March 27, 2012 by E.N.
Label: Teddy Music
Release Date: 15.04.12
Combining the grizzly styles of Lil’ Nasty and Dot Rotten with the tounge-twisting flows of Double S and man of the moment Scrufizzer – the remix stands up in it’s own right with the new additions to the line-up showcasing the diverse range of MC talent that the resurgent Grime scene has to offer. Lady Leshurr shows once again that she can stand up with the best of the boys here as her signature double-time delivery only adds to the energetic nature of the track and Canada’s own Tre Mission is proof that Grime is not restricted to the UK and can sound fresh with a North American accent without diluting or compromising Grime’s roots.
Both the remix and original of ‘Hoods Up’ are no holds-barred takes on the genre from a producer who is growing with each release. 2012 has already been a landmark year for Teddy Music and by continuing to collaborate with his peers his sound will stay relevant and authentic in a scene that is ever-changing.