Professor Green is a rapper from East London, currently signed to Virgin Records, after Mike Skinner's The Beats label closed, and ended a run of his own radio shows on BBC Radio 1. Having fortified his name storming through the hip-hop battle rap circuit, 23 year old East London native Professor Green is set to drop his debut album on Mike Skinner's The Beats label (via Warner's). Growing up on the Northwold estate in Upper Clapton, Green's familial situation saw him being raised by his grandmother while he traded up school attendance for just hanging on the estate, like kids do.
Born in Essex, London, Dream Mclean has been in the Grime scene for some time now, he is still looking for that big break. 2010 is expected to be this break he needs and truly deserves. He is without a doubt one of the deepest most talented artists from the UK ever. His first four mixtapes 'Purple Promo', 'Purple Promo 2', 'I Am The British Dream Volume 1' & 'I Am The British Dream Volume 2' can be found as free downloads on his Myspace page. Connect With Dream Mclean
One of the pioneering DJ's of dubstep, 22 years young Chefal aka Chef, hailing from the home of the genre, Croydon, South London has been mixing for 12 years. Now he's a resident at the two pioneering dubstep nights in London, DMZ and FWD. Chefal is also a resident at club nights outside of the UK including Slam It! which is a bi-monthly event in Helsinki, Finland and also Voodoo People in Amsterdam, Holland.
Robedoor is the duo of Alex: slime, knives and distortion, and Notnotfun label head honcho Britt on fire, howls and cloaks... Hmmm... but what does all that mean, sonically? Well, precisely what you might imagine. A blackened drone drenched world of slime and knives and fire, dense clouds of distorted howls, a thick cloak of fuzz and buzz wrapped around the proceedings like a thick, well, cloak! Actually this is a lot prettier than you might imagine. That is, if your idea of pretty includes tons of low end and a world of slow motion doomdrone.
1) SLK (So Low Key) is a grime crew from London, featuring MCs Flirta D, Van Damage, Wunda Kid, Swarvo, Ribz & Lady Envi, with DJ Mondie on production. They hit UK chart success in 2005 with top 10 hit 'Hype Hype' which had a beat produced by Sticky --- 2) Forerunners of a unique subgenre of punk rock known as 'murder-mystery punk', Skint Little Knuckles were a 4 piece collective based in Central scotland ( members living in Alloa, Stirling and Bo'ness ) that existed from 2001 - 2004.
Conrad the Scoundral is an MC/Producer from South East London. In 2009 He released his first album, Hypenosis and is currently working on a second. He regularly plays gigs across London as well as music festivals around the country.
Nasty, atmospheric, bouncy and dark are a mixed bag of adjectives used to describe the music of ROKSONIX, two 25 year olds from Milton Keynes fresh on the DUBSTEP scene. They have a broad sound and listening to their music it is clear they are influenced by many genres of music. However new sounds from the boy’s are getting grottier with tracks pumped full of Relentless Raspy Basslines and Massive Slapping Drums quenching the thirst of all you dubheads.
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(1) A British hip-hopper and grime artist, and (2) an Italian dance music project. (3) A British techno-drum and bass DJ, producer, and label-owner. 1. In his early teens Kano attended Langdon Comprehensive School in East Ham, Newham, where his mother still works. Kano was a promising footballer, representing Chelsea F.C., Junior Hammers and Norwich City by the age of thirteen, but in the end he abandoned his sporting ambitions in favour of a musical career. His cousin Jerome Thomas plays for Charlton Athletic.