Preview: Drone – Skengman Mode EP


I’ve been waiting for this since I saw it make an early appearance on Drone’s Soundcloud a few months back. Why? Cos it’s brutal. Brutal like, well… a drone strike on a wedding party, and, as it’s finally out on January 5th backed with a heap of remixes, I thought I’d cast an eye over it and see what what was on offer. Continue reading

Moony – Ballin EP Out Now!


Out now, Moony moves away from his usual more garage inspired sound and goes back to the earlier style that he displayed on his “Full Moon” EPs. There are a mighty 6 tracks on this EP, with the original song backed with 5 remixes courtesy of Notion, Lemzly Dale, Dubzta, P Jam, and Mr Dubz, which means there should be at least one or two remixes in here that you’ll rate. Continue reading

Sun O.C (Progressive Intelligence) – Guestmix & Interview



Some of the best things are in the Nederlands, you won’t need me to point out what they are I’m sure, but one thing that deserves highlighting is Dutch label Progressive Intelligence. Since its conception a few years back, Progressive Intelligence have released singles and EPs by  producers such as Moony, Sirpixalot, JLSXND7RS, SRC. I spoke to Sun O.C, co-creator of the label, about future plans, Grime abroad, uses for 3D printers, and more. Oh, there’s also a sick guestmix which you can get below! Continue reading

Mr Dubz – Back For More (Interview)


“The ‘Back 4 More Part 2’ EP has been been a long time coming, but it’s gonna be worth it!”, says Mr Dubz,and he has a point. With remixes provided by a stellar line-up of producers including the likes of Spooky, Moony, Flava D, and Mr Dubz original banger all on there, this is yet another EP off the Project Allout production line that deserves your attention. I caught up with Mr Dubz to find out how the EP came together, how he started out in music, remixes, future releases, and alternative punishments for Luis Suarez amongst other things… Continue reading

Project Allout Records – Volume… The Pick of the Zip


When I spoke to Project Allout Records head honcho Skillzy a few weeks back, he told me that the label “have a lot to come”, and just a few days later, he backed that up by giving out “Project Allout Records – Volume 1”, a free zip file of 25 instrumentals that vary in style from pure grime bangers, UK garage inspired riddims, and, of course, a few trap/hip hop influenced tunes as well. I thought I’d run the rule over the whole lot and pick out the top 5 songs in the zip so that you can see just why it’s worth the download, so here they are in no particular order. Continue reading