01 – INTRO
02 – 223z
03 – MY PHONE TAPPED
04 – I GOT THAT
05 – INTERLUDE
06 – I’M THE SHIT
07 – HIT IT WIT THE COLD
08 – I’M HEADED TO TOP
09 – INTERLUDE
10 – JUST CAME UP
11 – PAPER CHASA
12 – WHIP IT UP
13 – INTERLUDE
14 – SWERVIN
15 – FACE
16 – SHADES
17 – MY NIGGAS
18 – OUTRO
DJ Ames and Kane White Locked up Abroad
Here’s a download of a live session by Skream at Forward on 19 April 09, Dubstep at it’s best.
Skream @ Forward
Check out Claviq from the Czech Republic banging out some dubstep kinda breakbeat, you decide.
01. Alma Mater 06:30
02. Keep it Real 04:08
03. Trip in the Nowhere 05:36
04. Scientific Dub 03:56
05. Oath Rite 05:03
06. I can see 04:54
Claviq – My Shit Is Bigger Than Yours (idm/dubstep)
Some head nod dubstep with a splatering of hip hop and dancehall from the boyz at Sub FM
Jamie Woon -Night Air – Live at The Royal Opera House (Unreleased)
Jamie Vex-d – In System Travel (Planet Mu)
Rustie – Bad Manners (Wireblock)
Mobb Deep – Survival of the Fittest (Loud)
Keith Murray – Get Lifted (Jive)
Snoop Dogg – Gin & Juice (Death Row)
Paul White – Hustle – Bullion Remix (One Handed Music)
Prince Hammer – Orthodox Rock (Crazy Joe)
General Leon – Bad Boy A Go Feel It (Techniques)
Horace Andy & Ashley Beedle – Watch We – Pinch Remix (?)
Spectralsoul – Organiser – Ramadanman Remix (Critical)
Falty DL – Paradise Lost (Planet Mu)
Db – Grot Bags (Unreleased)
Kito – Cold (Disfigured Dubz)
Jakes – Calypso (Hench)
Slaughter Mob – SwitchBoard (Halo Beats)
Dubkinetik – Angry (Eight Fx)
Distance – Night Vision – Skream Remix (Planet Mu)
Tunnidge – Higher Force (Boka)
Mr Lager ft Alys Blaze – Tell Me (Subfreq)
Cotti ft 2 Face – Warrior Charge (Studio Rockers)
DJ Madd – Flex’d (Unreleased)
Silkie – Planet X (Deep Media Musik)
Calibre – Stolen Shadow (Deep Medi Musik)
Ramadanman – Revenue – Untold Remix (2nd Drop)
Gemmy – Supligen (Planet Mu)
Joker – Do It (Kapsize)
LV ft Erroll Bellot – Don’t Judge (2nd Drop)
Shaggy – Bad Man Don’t Cry (Big Yard)
Lady Saw – Bad Mon Goin Cry (Big Yard)
One of the UK’s leading mixtape DJ’s is back! That’s right folks its DJ Ames ‘The UK Mixtape Messiah’ and this time around we get a superb mix with talented female artist Tocarra from Georgia, USA. Please feel free to add this mixtape to your website, blog or e-zine and if you would like to interview DJ Ames please get in touch with us. If you are an artist wishing to get on his future releases then simply send MP3’s to email@example.com.
DJ Ames presents Tocarra I Am Music
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For our next SNO!storm @ SNO!zone Scotland on the 1st of May we’ve decided to run things a little bit differently.
They’er gonna open up the decks to 3 winners of the first SNO!zone Mix Competition in association with Rubadub.
What they’re looking for is a 30 minute mix, any style you want, submitted by 9am on the 27th of April.
The entries will be scored on their efforts by a judging panel composed of SNO!zone and Rubadub crew who will decide the winners.
The winners will get a slice of the following:
– 1.5 Hour DJ set on our full-rig sound system, right at the top of the slope, with 200-300 riders going off on all sides!
– A package of slope time or lessons so you can get your shred on.
– A bag of goodies from Rubadub including headphones, vouchers and more!
If you’re interested in entering, then forward a download link for your mix along with your name, DJ alias and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are looking for news on Scottish Hip Hop then look no further than Bringdaruckus.com
With the current S.O.S. release ‘Werd n Deeko Vol.1′ CD now on sale, and ‘The Scottish Rapper Mixtape’ is about to be released for FREE Download. BringDaRuckus caught up with Drew Devine aka ‘Werd’ from Sons of Scotland to discuss who he is, and what his new project is about.
First off, where did the name ‘Werd’ come from?
The name began as a nickname from early highschool. The thing with nicknames is you never get to choose your own, so once a kid thought of flipping my first name and calling me ‘Werd’ that was it from then on. So aye, it was never like a ‘rap name’ or anything like that, just what I’ve been called for years… call me Drew if you like, not many people do though.
Whether you’re brand new to dubstep or a developing historian, the dubstep genre is always aided by a little context. Fortunately, Mashup Mafia members Mike and Mark made an in-depth documentary about the rising genre called Living Inside The Speaker.
We are big fans of 123Klan and they did the artwork for this mix so check it out.
Benga Adejumo is a 21-year-old dubstep producer from Croydon, South London. He’s the one to blame for the legion of people humming the narcotically addictive beeping line from his soon-come Tempa release with fellow steppah Coki. That ‘bo bo bo boo boo boo boo bleep’ call? It’s called Night. He’s been on the scene since the tender age of 13 when he first went to lynchpin night, Forward to hear his debut track Skank being spun by Hatcha. A slew of influential tracks followed – his spooky, heavy early teen collaboration with Skream, titled Judgement; reggae-sampling unreleased gems like World War 7 and The Fittest; and tracks that match his plugged-into-the-mainframe DJ style like the head-blowing, tempo-shattering Crunked Up. He’s ready to blow.
Ok I give up I cant get the Benga Vid to embed so go here and watch it ;-(
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Virus Syndicate return to the Contagious imprint with a reggae fused dubstep anthem, featuring fellow Mancunian toaster and underground music/club promoter, David Lewis…
Contagious Music was founded by DJ/producer, MRK1 (Formerly Mark One), one of the leading heads in the ever evolving dubstep scene and combined with his heavy electro, grime, hip hop and jungle influences, his sound provides a super-sonic platform for lyrically astounding MCs like JSD, Goldfinger & Nika D. Together they make up Virus Syndicate.
Hailing from Manchester, Virus Syndicate’s raw urban bass-heavy sound leans towards many genres, and with their hard edged beats and lyrical intelligence, as well as a hotly anticipated second album for Planet Mu, the Virus are fast being tipped to become the next major UK break through act.
Piano stabs and melody kick off ‘For The Music’ with a warm vocal from Mr Lewis that gently toasts the trademark MRK1 beat. Cue the Virus MCs JSD, Nika D and Goldfinger cutting in and out of each other at warp speed, laid over a walloping LFO bassline and the track moves into what we love most about Virus Syndicate. Testosterone fuelled lyrics smash the track home with a vocal delivery that’s second to none. A track surely to be played across dubstep, grime and hip hop clubs alike.
From satire to irony, humour to sincere, gangster to political commentary, Virus Syndicate offer an interesting perspective on life and a much-needed breath of fresh air for the urban/dance crossover fans.
Make sure you check out www.myspace.com/virus_syndicate.
01. dj ames intro
02. ez ps
03. forgotten holiday
04. welcome to africa
05. school days
06. school days freestyle
07. imma battler
08. dj ames speaks
11. so broke
12. world in my hands
13. i dont know
14. dj ames speaks
15. kiss fm interview
17. chased wid a bat
19. 1Xtra battle
20. dj ames outro
21. Bounus tack: smell the tea
01. Out On Bail
02. Skank Out (Snippet)
03. On The Roads Ft Akira The Don & Marvin
05. Grabbing Your Attention
06. Dump Bitch (Skit)
07. Wheres The Cash Ft Lickel P & Framps
08. Sling For Me
09. Myspace Hoes (Skit)
10. Swagger Like Mine Ft Big Narstie
11. Get Your Hands Up Ft Framps & Lickel P
12. BBC Wales Interview (Snippet)
13. Queens Face Ft Akira The Don
14. Dont Shoot Me Down
15. My White Friend (Skit)
16. Go Yard Ft Akira The Don
LATE Presents UNDERGROUND EXPOSURE’VOLUME SIX – ‘CITY AFTER DARK’
LATE is back with another superb volume of his UNDERGROUND EXPOSURE mixtape series. Complied, mixed and hosted by LATE we get some brand new fire from the man himself, including a freestyle with West Coast legend JT THE BIGGA FIGGA, a collaboration with Virginia’s BRICK SAAVY, and ‘The Product’ which is actually produced by LATE alongside TRICKSTA and features RAPPER K from SOUTH PARK COALITION and D.A. Wolftown’s JAI BOO also features too alongside the likes of GONJA, KRITIKAL, P.L.A, POPI from the GRiT BOYS, the legendary K-RINO, STUNNA BOYZ and ILVRIS.
01 – INTRO
02 – D.A & LATE – Hood Representer
03 – GONJA – Bubble Chevy
04 – KRITIKAL – Nawmsayin
05 – P.L.A FEAT POPPY OF THE GRIT BOYS – No Games
06 – BRICK SAAVY FEAT LATE – Pro Flo
07 – K-RINO – Dominatin The Game
08 – KRITIKAL – Get It Right
09 – JT THE BIGGA FIGGA & LATE – Freestyle
10 – LATE Featuring D.A. & RAPPER K – The Product
11 – STUNNA BOYZ – Patron
12 – JAI BOO – Reality Game
13 – ILVRIS – Come
14 – OUTRO
01 – DJ AMES INTRO
02 – MOKA BLAST FEAT NIKKI NITRO, JERSEY BOY & BIG NARSTIE – LOOK AT ME REMIX (PRO BY NIKKI NITRO)
03 – G FrSH – DO IT (PRO BY THY MARYAN)
04 – WILEY FEAT GHETTO & KANO – SHE’S GLOWING
05 – N’CHYX – GREEN LIGHT FREESTYLE
06 – D.BRICKZ – 80’S BABY FREESTYLE
07 – P MONEY – HOW IT IS (PRO BY NIKKI NITRO)
08 – GRIT GRAMMER – BEYOND THE SHADOWS
09 – EMAN – TO MY SON (PRO BY CAZZIE T PRODUCTIONS)
10 – A.C. FEAT GENESIS & ANGELA – IT’S GONE (PRO BY A.C.)
11 – KMD – SHE KNOWS WHERE IM AT (PRO BY KMD)
12 – K.C (PDC) YEAH
13 – E-HUSTLE – PHENOMENAL
14 – AYGEMAN & J3 – ONE NIGHT STAND
15 – SAMMIE, CROW, B.A (GSM) – NO 1 (PRO BY MENACE)
16 – DAZZLE FEAT RANDOM IMPULSE & DOC 4 – ON YOUR OWN
17 – CRIME KILBURN BANDITS GTS MOB – ROCKAS & ROLLAS
18 – TUSCHE COSTA – 2009 FREESTYLE
19 – MANNY MOSCOW FEAT SHEPHERD – YOU CAN’T TEMP ME (PRO BY MR BILS)
20 – SLYVA THE POET – FLATLINE (PRO BY VAR)
21 – CROWMAN – BARZ (PRO BY TOO MANY BEATS)
22 – FIREBARZ FEAT BULLY – COMING TO AMERICA
23 – LATE FEAT RICKY LEE & JAI BOO – CANT SMILE
24 – FATHOMLESS 1 – IMAGINE
25 – DJ AMES OUTRO
26 – NITRO FEAT N.A.A – FOREVER (PRO BY NIKKI NITRO)
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