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Guns Up: Bad Boy Chiller Crew stick Bradford back on the map

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Most people hold negative perceptions of Bradford. Race riots, the Yorkshire Ripper, deprivation and petty crime dominate the collective consciousness of the UK. More forgiving...

Gig review: Aitch

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It was 6 September when I sat back at 12AM, turned on the newly released ‘AitcH20’ album, and was blown away by the lyrical ingenuity of the (then) 19-year-old...

Top Boy Series 3 Review

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Rory Cameron discusses the much anticipated series three of the previously-cancelled Top Boy....

Charlie Sloth at Newcastle Uni: discussing the past, present and future of UK rap

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Tom Moorcroft discusses new music, new ventures and the UK grime scene in his interview with Charlie Sloth. ...

AitcH20 – Album Review

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Never head of the 19 year old Manchester-based rapper Aitch? For anyone unaware of the grime artist, he’s risen to fame over the last year or so, with a few hit singles under...

The cannons go skrrrahh, pap, pap, ka-ka-ka: The fiery new diss track from Tsarist Russia’s underground

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The cannons go skrrrahh, pap, pap, ka-ka-ka: The fiery new diss track from Tsarist Russia’s underground Stephen Dawes Reviews Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture (Full with Cannons) ...

Review: Bugzy Malone – Newcastle o2 Academy, Oct 24th

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When I saw he was playing at Newcastle’s o2 Academy, I jumped at the chance to see the ‘King of the North’ in action and he didn’t disappoint....

Interview: Astroid Boys

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I met with the band right before soundcheck on the Newcastle date to talk about the tour and have some wonderful insights into the animal kingdom...

The Rise of Grime in a Competitive UK Market

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Liam Austen talks about a culture of grime within the UK. ...

Kano – Riverside Review

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On the 8th October, I was at The Riverside venue in Newcastle reviewing Akala, a rapper whose credentials are envied by other rappers. His show was as impressive as expected; full...