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150: Katy B - Katy On A Mission

Remember when dubstep was cool? Not the James Blake model of undulating wibbles with minimal electronica or gentle tinkling, but properly harsh stuff that breaks free from rhythmic conventions? 46 more words

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YOUR GUIDE TO BORN & BRED - HAGGERSTON

Rinse FM have been at the heart of London’s underground music scene for as long as we can remember; starting life as a pirate radio station which has snowballed ever since its birth twelve years ago. 98 more words

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Bass Tech Show on One Media Radio (27.02.15) - History of Dubstep Special

For this one I showcased all dubstep pre-2011, shining a light on the genre’s history with features of some its original curators including Skream, Coki and Benga. 54 more words

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BORN & BRED X RINSE FM

Rinse FM have been at the heart of London’s underground music scene for as long as we can remember; starting life as a pirate radio station which has snowballed ever since its birth twelve years ago.   115 more words

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Phew-whew!

Well, “the plan was…” to post a couple throwback tunes. So, I go onto YouTube to search for Katy B—as I did hours ago also—and ended up on a fairly recent jazzoint. 229 more words

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BENGA

Benga music first originated from the Dholuo of Western Kenya in what is more commonly known as Nyanza. The name Benga actually means ‘loose’. It gained popularity in the 1960s from the Luos in Uganda, when the famous Ochieng Nelly and Ogara, the Godfather of Benga visited Uganda for a concert and as they played their music, the women in attendance, while dancing, their dresses would sway loosely ‘beng’ni’. 377 more words

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