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Burial – Untrue Album [Review]

April 11, 2007

As Burials new awaited album is due to be in the stores in the next day or so, alot of major online websites have already began publishing their reviews. We have collected a few so you can get the jist of what image people are trying to create.

Distance – My Demons

January 29, 2007

Crunching around the dubstep fraternity like a kid amongst some Lego, Distance is a truly towering figure within the bass-ruptured scene - bringing a distinctive sound and hardcore outlook to bear on his subterranean emissions.

Roots Of Dubstep CD

October 16, 2006

Sticking to the 'you can't move forward without looking back' mandate, dubstep historian Martin 'Blackdown' Clark delivers the hotly anticipated roots of dubstep compilation in partnership with Tempa.

Dub Me Crazy

April 12, 2006

The club is thick with bodies and blunt smoke. Joe Nice says, sipping water in a Mount Vernon café. “You’d just walk down the steps [to the club], and feel the bass. You could literally hear the whole room just groan. At that point, I could feel a warm sensation in my ears. And I’ve never felt that from anything else I’ve ever listened to.”

Dubstep Allstars Vol 3 – Mixed by Kode 9

March 14, 2006

Featuring Skream, Digital Mystikz, Loefah, Plasticman, Burial, D1, Geeneus and N-Type. F*ck me! Bringing the sound of dubstep thundering from Britain's clubs, 'Dubstep Allstars Vol.3' is the latest instalment in Tempa's knob-on mix series; this time put under the trusted steerage of Kode 9.

Dubstep, Dread Garage – Zed Bias & Hyperdub

December 18, 2002

There's new movement in the garage scene. A new generation of producers, a lot in their teens, who have grown up with cheap computers and software production tools are emerging. The old image of UK garage as the preserve of conspicuous consumption, cocaine, champagne and nice clothes, is being replaced with a darker more overtly dub and dancehall influenced sound.