|Son Raw’s Grime & Bass Wrap: June 2017
|July 11, 2017
|How Spokes took Grime’s Frostiest Sounds into a Deeper Abyss.
|October 5, 2016
In which Son Raw profiles Spokes and the two discuss Brexit versus Trump, Grime music, and gear.
|Silk Road Assassins and Dystopian Sound Design
|April 27, 2016
|Testimony: L.A.’s Letta Will Hold You Down in Cold Weather
|October 14, 2015
|Coyote’s Kings II: the producers speak
|January 6, 2015
|Passion of the Weiss Mix XV: OH91
|December 11, 2014
The next installment in our mix series comes straight outta Bristol, a city with both a long musical history (I'll spare you the rehash) and a vital role in contemporary Grime. OH91 is a certified badman producer with riddims blending the raw and aggressive side of classic Grime to contemporary Hip-Hop 808 booms and hi hat rolls - a combination that keeps things current without gussying up the proceedings.
Son Raw runs the blocks and the road. UK dance music has a bit of a bipolar streak. On one hand, there’s always room for poppy, anthemic belters, but the country’s dark side is never too far out of mind. One needs only check the reverence contemporary producers hold for crews like Metalheadz, DMZ and […]
|Question in the Form of an Answer: Coyote Records
|January 3, 2014
Son Raw on the interview tip for 2014 Nearly a dozen new Grime labels have popped up over the past 2 years, but only one capped off 2013 with a full-length compilation. Coyote Records is the brainchild of Mixmag Editor and Grime-advocate Tomas Fraser and is one of instrumental Grime’s most vital new outlets. Across […]