Tag Archives: Garage
Brummie garage crew The B15 Project with the UKG banger ‘Birmingham Crew’. Impossible to go wrong with a dextrous, skittering ragga vocal from Mr. Vegas over a beefy speed garage backing. Apparently only pressed to white label initially, but now available on iTunes under the title of ‘Mr Vegas– Western End (B15 Project Birmingham Crew […]
Winter is here and whether we like it or not, the festive season is upon us. Term is also quickly drawing to a close which means deadlines reign supreme and a lot of the big heads in Manchester are gearing up for NYE. As ever though, there’s no shortage of quality nights to get yourself […]
For the past eighteen months, Frontin’ has rocked dance floors across Manchester with their unique blend of Soca, tropical vibes and rum. Last Thursday at Joshua Brooks was no different, the promise of Hipsters Don’t Dance and the chance to see Frontin’ boss J Rus go B2B with long time collaborator Orfan, certainly did not […]
Murlo is one of the leading lights of grime’s recent renaissance. His bright synths are wonderfully engineered, giving his songs a sense of colour and personality that sets him apart from his peers. While some of the new wave of grime music can be more directed toward provoking emotional response than generating club fire, a […]
Bok Bok for £4 on a Thursday night is definitely not to be sniffed at. Owner of grime label Night Slugs with L-Vis 1990, he’s produced some dancefloor weapons. Check out Melba’s Call released earlier this year on his Night Slugs label – not to mention Manchester veterans Oldboy and Metrodome playing bangerz on a no-nonsense, good times hype.
With Winter setting in as the nights grow longer and Summer seems like a distant memory, a good night out provides comfort like a mug of mulled wine from the Christmas Markets (beginning 14th November). And boy, there’s a lot of them. Festivals are over so night clubs are reigning supreme. Check out the best […]
Bassline banger here from producers Killjoy and Lenkemz, with vocals provided by brummie MC Slick Don. Lenkemz and Killjoy show us how it’s done with a grime flavoured bassline beat, easily rivalling anything by the likes of My Nu Leng and the R1 approved jackin’ crew. Killjoy’s signature drawn-out resonant warps come like a Ferrari […]