— GRIME & DUBSTEP MONTHLY™ —

A temporary home for monthly Mixmag Grime & Dubstep reviews while the magazine remains out of print — here are April’s picks. Album of the Month: Kami-O – ‘Biren’ (Bandcamp) An album about connection, love and discovery  Highlights 1. Aavaas 2. Yoddha 3. Biren Glasgow-based producer Kami-O may only have a handful of releases toContinue reading “— GRIME & DUBSTEP MONTHLY™ —”

— Numan —

On music, tape packs, creative communities, ambition, drive, FANTOME® WORLD, bubble tea, NFTs and the rise and rise of gUmbo. It’s fair to say that Numan — sometime producer, full-time hustler — has undergone a life-changing six weeks. Based in Whalley Range in Manchester, he’s been in-and-around experimental dance music for the best part ofContinue reading “— Numan —”

— GRIME & DUBSTEP MONTHLY™ —

A temporary home for monthly Mixmag Grime & Dubstep reviews while the magazine remains out of print — here are March’s picks. Album of the Month: Nammy Wams – ‘Paradise South’ (AP Life) Long overdue flowers Highlights 1. Insides 2. Fears 3. Sidestep South London producer Nammy Wams has always found joy in experimenting withContinue reading “— GRIME & DUBSTEP MONTHLY™ —”

— Joe Walker II —

Part Two of a special interview with Joe Walker — walking through his career since joining Reprezent Radio in 2017, here he is on Beats 1, working with Julie Adenuga and Rebecca Judd, The Sunday Roast, grief, anxiety, his kinship with Scully and launching new podcast, International Clearance. If Reprezent Radio was Joe Walker’s provingContinue reading “— Joe Walker II —”

— Joe Walker —

Part One of a special two-part interview with Joe Walker — Here he is on South London, music, football, Crystal Palace FC, identity, RWD Magazine, Reprezent Radio, social media, self-improvement and finding his voice. Some people might know the name Joe Walker from RWD Magazine. Some from Reprezent Radio, where he broadcasts a Monday eveningContinue reading “— Joe Walker —”

— object blue —

On London, Beijing, VPNs, Tower Records, family, reading, piano, techno, love, music as salvation and exploring the concept of home on new EP, ‘Grotto’. It’s Thursday evening and object blue is sat at her computer. She’s leaning back, sunken into her chair and dusty orange flickers of light are splintering through the window behind her.Continue reading “— object blue —”