— Mez —

On grime, Nottingham, hustle, confidence, Lord Of The Mics, ‘Tyrone’, artist vs MC, moments vs process, working with Grandmixxer and coming into his own on new EP, ‘One Uncle’. “I could kinda complain a little bit but complaining ain’t really gonna get me anywhere”, says Mez nonchalantly as we begin our conversation late on SundayContinue reading “— Mez —”

Chantelle Fiddy

On life in the country, grime, journalism, club nights, 679 Recordings, management, pressure, identity, community, trusting the process and scaling up with Joseph ‘JP’ Patterson and TRENCH Magazine. “PS hope you feel better don’t burn out!!! Ironic coming from me tbh”, reads Chantelle Fiddy’s message on Saturday morning. We’d been trying to arrange an interviewContinue reading “Chantelle Fiddy”

— Swindle —

On South London, Butterz, ‘Do The Jazz’, touring with Mala, travel, belief systems, collaboration, love, energy, care, battling racism and shaping THE NEW WORLD on his forthcoming new album. Peace, love and music are three words that have become synonymous with Swindle over the best part of the last 10 years. An extraordinary music-maker andContinue reading “— Swindle —”

— GRIME & DUBSTEP MONTHLY™ —

A temporary home for monthly Mixmag Grime & Dubstep reviews while the magazine remains out of print — here are June’s picks. Album of the Month: One Bok – ‘Zodiac Beats Volume 1 & 2’ (AP Life) One of 2021’s defining releases Highlights 1. Capricorn 2. Nine Saturn 3. Leo Bok Bok dons a newContinue reading “— GRIME & DUBSTEP MONTHLY™ —”

— GRIME & DUBSTEP MONTHLY™ —

A temporary home for monthly Mixmag Grime & Dubstep reviews while the magazine remains out of print — here are May’s picks. Album of the Month: Mungk – ‘Temple Of Mungk’ (DUPLOC) A faraway odyssey Highlights 1. Shaolin 2. Voyage 3. Bazaar Leeds-based producer Mungk follows up his ‘Kuji’ EP, released via DUPLOC back inContinue reading “— GRIME & DUBSTEP MONTHLY™ —”