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Hadouken!

Among the many indie rings that fought for the name “Tone of voice of Small Britain 2008,” Hadouken! showed up using the manifesto “We will be the lost youngsters/And we will be the potential as well.” Naming themselves after a particular move from your video game Road Fighter, the music …

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Clubroot

Clubroot is a dubstep maker from England who have made his full-length recording debut in ’09 2009 and whose atmospheric design was often likened compared to that of Burial. Created Dan Richmond and hailing from St. Albans, Britain, he was affected by drum’n’bass (e.g., Ed Hurry, Optical) before acquiring a …

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Rawtekk

The drum’n’bass alias of Hamburg-based professional sound style duo Stefan and Christine Westphal, Rawtekk sprung alive in the first 2000s. Their initial release, Your Video game, emerged in 2006 on Destination Recordings and was implemented a year afterwards using a trio of 12″s for Symptoms Sound, Citrus, and Disturbed. Carrying …

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Mala

One half from the revered dubstep duo Digital Mystikz, producer, DJ, label owner, and Londoner Mala (Tag Lawrence) found out reggae in his young adults, nonetheless it was a later on desire for drum’n’bass and jungle that opened up his eye to the options of rhythm and bass. Because of …

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Cooly G

Cooly G (Merrisa Campbell) is a vocalist, manufacturer, and DJ — a fixture of England’s esteemed Hyperdub label since 2009. That is the calendar year she released the 12″ “Narst,” having a battering A-side supported by “Like (Dub),” a gentle collision between fans rock and roll reggae and modern R&B. …

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Kyla

English R&B vocalist Kyla initial increased to prominence in 2007 when she supplied guest vocals for the DJ Paleface one Do You Brain. Reissued a calendar year later — using a U.K. cool home remix by creation collective Crazy Cousins — the one got into the U.K. singles graph at …

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Randomer

Beneath the name Randomer, London-based electronic musician Rohan Walder has generated up a wide-ranging discography of singles and EPs on numerous brands, ranging in designs from intricate drum’n’bass to hard, banging warehouse techno. He initial surfaced around 2008 with drum’n’bass and dubstep information on labels such as for example Sound …

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Sabrina Washington

Following a success of Alesha Dixon, lead vocalist Sabrina Washington was the next person in R&B girl group Mis-Teeq to start a solo job. Delivered in Harlesdon, London in 1978, she produced the group with Dixon at Dance Attic Studios in 1999, and after recruiting Zena McNally and Su-Elise Nash, …

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Jamie Duggan

Jamie Duggan is a U.K. garage area DJ and remixer who released some bassline blend albums, The Sound of Bassline, around the Ministry of Sound label. The series premiered in colaboration with Market Nightclub, the short-lived however storied bassline golf club in Sheffield where Duggan was once a resident DJ. …

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Big Narstie

Brixton-born Tyrone Lindo, better referred to as Big Narstie, was as well-known like a prolific YouTuber as he was for his output like a grime MC. His most well-known video series was the agony aunt-style Uncle Discomfort videos, many shows which racked up many hundred thousand sights. He frequently explained …

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