Another DMZ classic celebrates 10 years since its release.
What else can be said about Kahn, Commodo and Gantz this year? They've proven again and again to be an unstoppable force dropping a magnitude of high-calibre music on the almighty Deep Medi imprint, Innamind's sister label Blacklist, as well as Bristol's finest; Bandulu, Hotline and Sector 7 Sounds. Without a shadow of doubt, 2015 has been one... Continue Reading →
After a five year hiatus, Antisocial Entertainment is finally back in the spotlight as Silkie and Quest announce the launch of Antisocial Records. For those who aren’t familiar, this legendary super group once consisted of Kromestar, Silkie, Quest, Jay5ive, G Double, Heny.G, Razor Rekta, Harry Craze, Mizz Beats, Unorthadox, Crossova and even Vivek. Although heavyweights... Continue Reading →
It's been a while since we've done one of these, and I couldn't help but notice the decent amount of records that have / will hit our shelves this month. To be honest, I thought we were spoilt with the amount of quality music released last year, but as this year draws nearer to an... Continue Reading →
"White Peach, have done did it, seemingly out of the blue, here they come with this reissue of a seminal classic – proper blueprint grime from Youngstar… This is the original Pulse X, grime music’s answer to the use of the classic 808 sound. A true London classic, an essential piece of UK underground history.... Continue Reading →
"Here’s a new talking point for audiophiles and flannel-wearers at the water cooler: Vinyl sales generate more money for the music industry than YouTube, ad-based Spotify, and VEVO combined, according to a new report by the RIAA. And it’s not just by a little. While the on-demand, ad-based, music services are generating more money than... Continue Reading →