Hydraulix Starts the Year Off Strong with New ‘NERVES’ EP
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by Braden Green
2w ago
Hailing from the land down under, Sydney-based Hydraulix has had an extraordinary past year. As a well-established member of the Wakaan roster, with additional releases featured on Quality Goods Records, Disciple, and TWONK, the producer has been grinding away in the studio with plenty to show for it. On top of studio time, Hydraulix has had the opportunity to tour across the United States, Canada, China, Japan, Australia, and elsewhere over the last 12 months, garnering an abundance of new fans along the way. The three-track NERVES EP is the latest addition to Hydraulix’s discography. A brill ..read more
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Of the Trees x Barclay Crenshaw Take Listeners on a Trip with ‘Blue Mile’ (Ft. Strategy)
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by Braden Green
3M ago
It has been a hell of a year for Of the Trees and Barclay Crenshaw. With a new label to his name, Memory Palace Records, and a nationwide tour that has nearly wrapped up, Of the Trees has enjoyed massive success within the bass music circuit in 2023. Crenshaw, likewise, has recently opened himself up to a wider audience than his usual Dirtybird Campout crossover fans with his performances at Wakaan Festival in both 2022 and 2023 (the former of which is available on SoundCloud here), as well as an opening slot for Of the Trees at his recent Red Rocks headline performance. ‘Blue Mile’ is the che ..read more
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Stormzy Reclaims The Throne With ‘Mel Made Me Do It’
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by Colin
1y ago
“I been the G.O.A.T. for so long, I guess it’s not exciting when I win/ Boohoo, someone grab the violins/ Every time I try a ting, top bins like Haile when he sings/ So of course they don’t like me, I’m the king.” The opening bars to Stormzy’s comeback single ‘Mel Made Me Do It’ set the tone for the seven-plus minute onslaught. No hook, no pop-leaning elements, just a hard-hitting gritty beat, and Stormzy reminding everyone that he’s the king of the UK rap scene. In an era of short, stream-friendly bops, ‘Mel Made Me Do It’ gives us what the game has been missing. Not only new Stormzy, but a r ..read more
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Enter The ‘Trenches’ With Duke & Jones & Flowdan
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by Colin
1y ago
Duke & Jones have been killing the game for the past few years. Over this span, they’ve showcased their diverse talent and ability to move across genres and sounds. Their most recent release ‘Reflection’ was a vibey house groove while their previous release ‘Hold On’ was a pop-leaning future bass bop. While their music doesn’t miss, we feel they’re at their best when they’re exploring a grittier sound. Track’s like ‘Jurrassic’ and their Deadbeats EP Solace are what we are truly craving from the dynamic duo. Who better to get them back to the gritty than grime legend Flowdan and Deadbeats ..read more
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BBK Return To Hand Out ‘Red Card’s
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by Paul Varndell
1y ago
It’s been a long time since we heard from Boy Better Know, but if there was ever a time to bring back one of Grime’s greatest groups to date, it’s now. As soon as the melody from the beat starts, it already feels like a BBK track, the hairs on your back of your neck rise as you know what’s about to happen. Then… Frisco. One of the best voices in the genre, spitting so effortlessly in true BBK fashion. There’s so many great verses throughout this track without one dipping and that’s the beauty of Boy Better Know jumping on a track together. Each star shines in their own right. Skepta oozes cool ..read more
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Vulgatron Commits Lyrical Murder In ‘Blind’ Alongside Oddprophet
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by Steph Contant
1y ago
Vulgatron‘s simultaneous tear through the dubstep and grime scenes is currently limitless. From the announcement of the new branding accompanied by ‘Deadman,’ to ‘Blackout‘ alongside BadKlaat, to today’s latest titled ‘Blind,’ there appears to be no end in sight for the lyrical murder committed by the skilled vocalist. Out now on Never Say Die, ‘Blind’ might be the most destructive of Vulgatron’s recent string of releases. This time tapping Oddprophet, who has similarly elevated his game over the last year, the London-based rapper uses his raw, natural flow to complement the haunting soun ..read more
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Stooki Sound & WARZ Merge Styles on ‘Active’ ft. Jelacee
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by Zach Bayha
1y ago
Stooki Sound has always brought the heat with every release, bringing their UK Trap style to each of their tracks. Stooki Sound flexes more of their musical ability by having Jelacee, one of the members of Stooki Sound, rap on their new collab with WARZ, titled ‘Active’. ‘Active’ begins with melancholy chords and Jelacee bringing that classic UK rap on top. The first drop blends UK grime with a haunting oriental flute melody and incredibly wiggly, sometimes heavy fills that are a signature of Stooki Sound. The second drop hits so much harder, taking inspiration from hard trap, ‘Active’ explode ..read more
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Digdat and Loski Are The Perfect Pair, ‘No Cap’
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by Paul Varndell
1y ago
Two of South London’s finest. Both Digdat and Loski finished 2018 on a high and now it’s their time to prove they’re amongst the Grime greats in this new hard hitting Drill track. With effortless back and forth flows over a huge beat, you get to witness two up-and-coming stars enjoying what they do best. Both of these artists’ signature flows intertwine seamlessly and the chorus will still be going in your head until next week… we promise. Loski’s debut album ‘Mad Move’ is set to drop on March 1 and Digdat’s last single hit the Top 20 in the U.K. so it’s fair to say these two are off to a pret ..read more
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Dizzee Rascal Returns With Impressive ‘Don’t Gas Me’ EP
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by Colin
1y ago
The grime legend is back. Following up his 2017 release Raskit, the OG Dizzee Rascal returns with a fresh 5 track EP entitled Don’t Gas Me. The projects kicks off with the title track, a high energy effort that sees Dizzee amped up over some deep and wonky dub basslines. It’s a banging club anthem that balances a gritty aesthetic with a fun-loving swagger. ‘Quality’ slows things down for a more nostalgic flavour. It speaks to the importance of quality and reminds listeners just how high Dizzee’s continues to be. Skepta and Dizzee link for the hustling anthem ‘Money Right’ that’ll soundtrack yo ..read more
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92elm Flips Jme On ‘Stutter’
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by Colin
1y ago
If you’ve been sleeping on 92elm this one will definitely wake you up. To celebrate hitting 2000 followers on SoundCloud, he’s taken on Jme’s ‘IF YOU DON’T KNOW’ and flipped it into ‘Stutter’. The track is a rugged monster, channeling the energy of the original while somehow making it even harder. Stuttered vocal chops, pitched bars and some crazy distorted bass make this one a must listen. If this is your first time hearing 92elm I’d suggest you head over to his SoundCloud, it’s dripping with gems. Stream below and grab the free download. The post 92elm Flips Jme On ‘Stutter’ appeared first ..read more
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