An interview with Loom about digital distortion, pirate radio, and outside influences, ahead of his Gobstopper Debut.
We take a look back at Silkie and Antisocial's jazzy Dubstep variations in this vintage live recording from 2009.
There's always been a weird uncanny valley effect to Murlo's music where South and East Asian tonalities and instruments collide to create world music from a country that doesn't really exist.
Dusk & Blackdown told you so October 22, 2014
Back 2 Go FWD is a victory lap of sorts - a knowing smirk acknowledging that the sounds Dusk & Blackdown are shepherding are once again at the vanguard of the Hardcore Continuum's latest transformation. Far from overpowering the music however, this new-found swagger suits the duo like a glove, resulting in their most physically engaging production yet.
46 raw beats from the Fruityloops era mixed at high speeds in a pirate radio style.
R.I.P John Holt October 20, 2014
We pay tribute to reggae legend John Holt
She's Drunk's Physical EP is one of the more interestingly experimental dance releases that's landed in my inbox recently, one that avoids easy classifications and formulas in favor of an open-ended approach to urban music.
Shriekin’s Orchestration October 14, 2014
Son Raw takes a look at Irish Grime producer Shriekin's debut EP and discovers music that deserves to go far beyond that genre's confines.
Today would have been DJ Rashad's Birthday. Hyperdub and Teklife celebrate his life via video
Son Raw interviews Slackk about coming up in Liverpool, his debut album Palm Tree Fire, and literary track titles.