Son Raw speaks with Manchester's Swing Ting about the UK Club scene, their label, and working with Equiknoxx.
In the immortal words of Ghandi: Fucks with me and my record store bills.
Swing Ting step out the Club November 20, 2014
anchester's Swing Ting haven't tied itself down to a particular genre of music or sought international attention but they have, by all accounts, thrown some wicked events combining dubwise Bass and the North's longtime love of uptempo dance music - all elements that get Son Raw's seal of approval.
Son Raw is Mr. Blunted. Since the entire American interweb is currently in a post-fireworks haze (no Brooklyn, “Post-Fireworks haze” is not an appropriate band or genre name) it seems right to post something from across the pond. The Mista Men are a production duo who’ve been making some noise recently with releases ranging from […]
Son Raw may break his no blunts before breakfast rule. Rough morning. What makes a musical genre? The typical answer would be a common set of musical signifiers and in a commercial sense, that description works quite well. If you’re selling a product, it helps if the customer gets what’s written on the tin. In […]