VISCRIT REVISITS HISTORY IN MERE MINUTES THROUGH MIX FILLED WITH SWINGS & BREAKS By Jimmy O’Hara & Sarah Styles When you think of garage music, the UK might come to mind. However, the house enthusiasts of Chicago and New York City derived the origins of garage a handful of years before its transatlantic introduction to UK club culture. These two U.S. urban centers are where garage’s life began. The mid ‘80s marked a revolution in Chicago’s electronic culture. Audio engineers…
Topher The Alien Pays Tribute to Ancestors and Descendents of Garage Through Dynamic Podcast By Jimmy O’Hara & Sarah Styles One way to envision garage’s role in the evolution of electronic music: Imagine it’s the trunk of a family tree. Grounding the genre are its animated, extraverted roots: the likes of house, jungle, breakbeat and R&B. Branching out from the trunk are its inward, layered leaves: 2-step, UK funky, dubstep and grime. In this week’s episode of American Grime (AG)…
American Grime Amplifies the Art & Sound of Garage Through Six-Week Podcast Series By Jimmy O’Hara & Sarah Styles It’s spring 1993. You’re shuffling through an intimate family of like-minded music lovers filling a dimly-lit warehouse, tucked cozily away within the streets of London. A percussive, breakbeat rhythm pulses through the dance floor. Momentum from the soundscape’s peculiar pattern gently rattles your bones. The iconic genre that has you grooving from dusk to dawn? UK garage. The grandparent genre to…
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This week, we get new ones from Skepta, SBK, Footsie and more, plus, we get a new chapter of Everything is Grime. After that, we reveal the spotlight tune before we hop to Bristol for a fire mix from Meg AM!
This week, we dive in with some new P Money, new Dizzee Rascal and new Big Zuu, plus we run through some bangers in a new chapter of Everything is Grime. We reveal the spotlight tune before we go all in with a guest mix from a guy known for riddim but flexing on grime… it’s Crowell.
This week, we have a follow up tune from Yizzy, a new heater from Manga and a freshy from Jman, plus a new chapter in Everything is Grime. We also have another spotlight tune before we jump into a guest mix from the west coast.. Pro Send Radio teams up with 3iJoe for a power mix American Grime style.