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Another new video from slowthai, heralding the release of his debut LP, Nothing Great About Britain. Inglorious features grime veteran, Skepta. The album is out now on all the usual platforms.

Fresh visuals from the South West, as Grim Sickers and Yung Toro debut their grimy new collaboration. The track is produced by Toro and is lifted from his upcoming solo album, In Limbo, due for release soon on VRBL Records. The video was made by Andrew Busby.

More unadulterated raucousness from punk-grime hybrid behemoth, PENGSHUi, as they unleash their latest effort, Nobody Cares. You know what though? I care, cos this is a fucking banger. The boys are scheduled to join Foreign Beggars on their tour which kicks off in the not too distant future, so if you see them advertised in your town, go experience a few moments of audible anarchy. Also stay tuned for Illaman’s solo EP which comes out this Friday. The video for Nobody Cares was made by Ray Kane.

Very pleased to be able to bring you the premiere of the latest EP from Bristol rap outfit, D£DW8. The duo have built up a cult following over the last few years, thanks to their dark and somewhat menacing style, which gives way to an overall sound that refuses to be pigeonholed into one genre. Read the rest of this entry »

More punk-grime crossover mayhem, as the PENGSHUi boys take on another rugged classic – Slang Like This. Originally a big smash for True Tiger and P Money back in 2010, the trio have now unleashed their live reworking on us unsuspecting – yet very welcoming – mortals. If this is how the year has started for PENGSHUi then I reckon we’re going to hear loads more music from them as 2019 progresses. Stay tuned.

Surprise drop from Sylla B, as he brings us his new EP. Lagged features three weighty tracks, all produced by Just Sayin and with a solo feature from Aristocrats member, Stil Bizzy. You can expect this to be the start of a domino effect for Sylla, as he has a whole heap of new music poised for release this year. The Lagged EP is available to stream below and you can cop a download over on iTunes. Read the rest of this entry »

Fresh cuts from the Foreign Beggars family, as Nonames unveils his new project, E Numbers. Featuring a bold list of grime guest spots, including President T, Nolay, Marger and Roachee, the release also comprises some hefty remixes from Chimpo and Sumgii, as well as the instrumentals for each track. The whole thing is available to stream below, plus there is a brand new video for the Jammz, Marger and Grim Sickers laced track, Til I’m Rich. Read the rest of this entry »

Another riotous track from punk-grime trio PENGSHUi, as they unleash their fourth single. Ramp or Play features the usual brand of frantic energy we’ve come accustomed to from these boys, alongside a great video featuring three little mini me versions of the band. Ramp or Play is available to stream and download from all the usual spots.

New track from CASISDEAD positively dripping in 80’s synth glory, as he enlists The Purist to handle the production on Drive You Home. The video only adds to the nostalgia with its retro arcade game aesthetic. More of this please.

PENGSHUi have been gaining accolades all over the shop since they burst onto the scene a few months back with their unique punk-grime crossover formula. The trio’s latest plaudits come from rave gods, The Prodigy, who approached PENGSHUi to remix their track Light Up The Sky, which is lifted from their forthcoming album, No Tourists. The result is an uncompromising sonic blast that is going to be sure to fuck up many a dance from here on out. You can pre-order the album now from the all the usual spots. PENGSHUi are currently on a nationwide tour supporting Astroid Boys, so keep an eye out for them rolling through your town soon.