Son Raw goes in on the electronic artist's excellent new album.
Son Raw's Grime & Bass wrap up returns with new ones from Finn, P-Jam, Murlo, and more.
Murlo remixes Fetty Wap so we can all see better.
JT the Goon and Murlo are Starsky and Hutch, except English. And they're not cops. And they produce music. Basically the only thing these two duos have in common is the cool factor, but I think that's enough to warrant the comparison nonetheless.
Son Raw is bringing back the wrap up in a desperate attempt to catch up on some great music that didn't get posted. He sacrifices his lifestyle so you don't have to.
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.
Boiler Box July 25, 2014
Son Raw is going for a shvitz. Boiler Room has gone from an underground phenomenon to a global dance music brand in just a few years, but in between broadcasts from Ibiza and Berlin sex dungeons, they still find time to host an incredibly diverse set of lineups, from DJ Rashad tribute sets to last […]
Son Raw’s lamping with the World Cup Before MoMA approved conceptual Sino-Grime, before transnational club tunes, and before producers started working at 130BPM, there was Oil Gang. Kicking off a string of no-holds bared releases in 2010 as Grime’s second act was just beginning, the London-based label has been a key factor in drawing attention […]