I’m very impressed with this kid. London-born and raised in Ireland, Michael Stafford is a songwriter who has placed himself in the intersection between the world of urban pop, grime, hip-hop and dubstep. His soulful and reggae-tinged timbre is perfect for singing hooks as he demonstrates on Professor Green’s new single ‘Jungle’. Early Plan B… Read more »

Posted on November 18th, 2010




Awesome mix from Liam Griffin for State Magazine featuring the best of what has been called “post dubstep” featuring Mount Kimbie, James Blake, LV, Kyle Hall and more. Tracklisting: The XX – ‘Basic Space’ (Mount Kimbie Remix) James Blake – Air and Lack Thereof Sines – ‘Twitta Dat’ Kyle Hall – ‘You Know HowI Feel’… Read more »

Posted on November 15th, 2010




One of the gigs I missed which I regretted muchly of late was Prince Kong at the !Kaboogie Squidge EP launch a couple of weeks back (Also missed The Alphabet Set one for my sins). The whole stonking, rumbling set is up at !Kaboogie now and features over an hour of the best future dub,… Read more »

Posted on June 2nd, 2009


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Hey folks – Aoife here again. As I type, it’s late Sunday night/early Monday morning and Niall is running around the flat packing for SXSW. Bless him, he’s been RSVPing to parties all weekend. My heart bleeds for him, it really does. After a bit of a delay, our March podcast is ready. Hope you… Read more »

Posted on March 16th, 2009


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The latest in Mishka’s excellent Keep Watch series sees Croydon dubstep producer Skream mix it up. It starts with ‘Filth’ and takes in his mostly his own tunes from there. His superb remix of La Roux’s ‘For The Kill’ also features, as does a Streets’ ‘Blinded By The Lights’ bootleg. Mishka Keep Watch#6 – Skream… Read more »

Posted on March 3rd, 2009




Subscape is well urban photoshoot innit? This song is crunchier than Crunchy Nut Cornflakes.. Oooh listen to that crunch.. The Qemists – Dem Na Like Me (Subscape Dub) From what I can ascertain The Qemists from listening to their album for ten minutes before turning it off before Christmas, is that the band sound a… Read more »

Posted on January 13th, 2009


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