We’re going through crates and boxes like it was Cash In The Attic again now, this time it’s producer/DJ Nomis picking out the ten white labels he rates highest. Nomis is dropping a sick Garage 12″, “Symphony/Backstage”, on Bumps very soon, but with tracks in this top ten from the likes of Mondie, Dexplicit, and Lewi White, this one’s 100% Grime.
So, over to Nomis for his top ten tunes (in no particular order)… Continue reading →
Let’s not get it twisted, for years Maniac was head and shoulders above most producers in the scene. His name was synonymous with the hardest Grime instrumentals, and the list of classic beats he dropped is almost endless. Maniac’s absence from the scene left many people wondering what would happen to his old productions, and whether he’d ever jump back on making music, but the good news is that he’s back, and he agreed to answer my questions about his older stuff, whether we can expect to hear anything from him soon, who he rates in Grime at the moment, and more. Continue reading →
Zdot could well be your favourite MC’s favourite producer. Need proof? Then just look at the list of names Zdot has provided beats for, a list that includes Wiley, Devlin, Ghetts, and, well, pretty much anyone that’s anyone. Never one to rest on his past accomplishments, Zdot is back again with releases with both Eyez and Opium on the horizon, as well as several more projects, as I found out when I spoke to him about starting out in music, forthcoming projects, earning money from Grime, and more… Continue reading →
The weather might be a flop but one person intent on making Summer last longer is A.T. (Abstract Talent) who drops his new “Sunshine & Gunshots” EP on the 29th of this month on WPF Records. Considering that A.T. also released his last EP, “Henry VIII” not so long ago, I thought I’d ask him a few questions about future releases, making Grime and Drum & Bass, experimenting with tempos, and more. And, being the generous type, A.T’s also given out a track that you can download below. Continue reading →