Download: Creative (Progressive Intelligence) In the Mix

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I didn’t ask Creative why he called this mix “The Bridge”, to be honest, I just clocked the tracklist and knew from having previously tuned into his Nasty FM show that this would be sick, and it is, and it’s also below for you to download. Continue reading

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Project Allout Records – Volume… The Pick of the Zip

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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

Trends – Oxford Lengman

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When it comes to production, few people are as consistent, or as heavy as Trends. Based in Oxford, Trends first started out making drum & bass, before dropping “I’ll Buss Ur Head”, an EP so savage and raw that it instantly marked him as one to watch out for. Since then, a string of high quality releases and remix work have meant that Trends has become one of the go-to guys for fans of grime bangers. Continue reading

Project Allout Records: PARring The Scene

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Project All Out is a record label based in Sheffield that caught my eye initially by throwing out huuuge zip files of music by the likes of Moony, and Dubzta, and, as time has gone by, they’ve built a good name for themselves by turning those zips in to regular, quality releases. Despite just releasing Dubzta’s “White Dee” EP, and preparing for the imminent releases of new one’s from The Colonel, Scruloose, and more, they managed to find time to answer my questions on the ethos behind the label, what goes in to the day to day running of PAR, working with MCs, and the chances of a Grime World Cup song… Continue reading