@HardriveRecords artwork for forthcoming album ‘Hard Wired’ feat Kode 9, Terror Danjah, Zed Bias, Champion, Swindle, Joker, Falty DL, Sinden, D.O.K, Royal T, Ruby Lee Ryder, Bok Bok, Mz Bratt, P Jam, Swifta Beater, Lex Envy, Teddy Music, Dj Cameo & Paperbwoy.
Footage from Butterz & Hardrive at Cable Club London, 13/08/11.
This was taken from Terror Danjah set, it feature a pa by Grime legendary MC D Double E!!!
Here’s download links for the sets from all the Dj’s from room 1 including Terror Danjah ft D Double E & Bruza, Elijah & Skillam ft Blacks & Bruza, Champion, Royal T ft Merky Ace & Blacks, Swindle & D.O.K http://www.mediafire.com/?v44pikmgwm83i
I just uploaded “Butterz And Hardrive Presents at Cable Club - August 13th” to www.mixcloud.com - listen now!
Elijah & Skilliam with P Money
Room 2 hosted by S.O.T.U (Sounds Of The Underground)
Playing the best in UK Funky and Deep House
DJ PIONEER (Kiss 100)
HARD HOUSE BANTON
MA1 (Rinse Fm)
FUNK BUTCHER (Rinse Fm)
LR GROOVE (Deja Vu)
FREE DOWNLOAD: http://www.mediafire.com/?42qu5f3the7…
Here’s the Terror Danjah interview from http://www.thewickedbass.com/ in English
Also the audio of the show via mixcloud http://www.mixcloud.com/Noizar/wicked-bass-radioshow-terror-danjah-13042011/
- explain us what is it all about grime nowadays? is it still a underground music? can you describe it’s popularity in UK comparing to dubstep?
Grime and Dubstep are siblings, they go hand in hand. Grime has a lot of the Mc’s in the national pop chart for example, Tinie Tempah, Dizzee Rascal, Chipmunk etc. But the Grime producers didn’t get the same success as the MC’s. Its only since Hyperdub, Planet Mu, Butterz & Hardrive are pushing the instrumental side of Grime.
- what’s your behaviour to hip hop and house influences? is it necessary to make ‘hybrid’ music to be successful?
I think so, its always good to experiment, it keeps thing interesting.
- few month passed since your last release with Joker so are you working on any remixes/EP’s/album at the moment?
Just released ‘Anger Management’ by Grime Don ‘P Jam’ on my imprint Hardrive, Also on my label Hardrive I’m releasing Funky and Bass Prince Champion’s ‘Motherboard EP’ which features club smash ‘Lose Control’. Also release Mz Bratt’s ‘Selecta’ remixes by ‘Bok Bok’ and ‘Royal T’ and also a free single download from ‘Lex NV’ at www.hardriverecords.net
- do you know anything about grime producers outside UK? what’s the difference betwen them and native beat-makers?
There ain’t really any Grime producer that I’m aware outside the UK, they coin themselves Dubstep, for the obvious reason that Dubstep is more internationally know but I’m here to change that lol!
- what do you like except of grime? your behaviour to juke/footwork?
I like Neo soul!
- where did you get that cackle signature?
From a Jungle sample, I started using it as just a normal sfx, then when I stop using it, people said “wheres that laugh thingy gone, put back in your tracks”.
- top-5 tracks in your current tracklist
1) East Village - Terror Danjah 2) Orangeade - Royal T 3) Missing Step - D.O.K 4) Lose Control - Champion 5) Mood Swings - Swindle
- your favorite MC’s
D Double E
- whom to watch in 2011? your experienced forecast for the scene. should we wait for the future/post-grime music and if yes what will it sound like?
I would say D.O.K, Royal T, P Jam, Champion, P Money, Ky Oshi, Elijah & Skilliam. I say the future of Grime is the Butterz and Hardrive label!
- we will be much pleased if you come to Kiev with a dj set in a nearest future, by the way have you ever been to Eastern Europe before?
I would definitely love to dj in Kiev. I have played in Eastern Europe, I’ve played at Kracow in Poland last year October at Unsound festival, also at Kapital Bass in Moscow, Russia
- thanks a lot for this nice conversation, and for the last can you say a few words for our readers and fans of Terror Danjah? (t’ll be a big honour for everyone here if you write smth in cyrillc though it’s up to you :) )
Big Up at Wicked Bass, shout out to everyone whos heard, bought my music,and came to my dj sets and partied with me, much love. Check out www.hardriverecords.net for latest info and releases and www.terrordanjah.com
Yeah, Maybe at The Alibi
Date / Saturday, 16 April 2011 Time / 9:00pm - 3:00am Venue / The Alibi/ 91 Kingsland High Street, London, UK Cost / Free
Line-up / D.O.K., TRC, Fife, Lex Darker, Colonel Promoter / Yeah, Maybe Grime//Garage//Bassline//2-Step//RnB//Rap//Dancehall
After last month’s mega marathon birthday session where we jammed until 6am and were joined by DJ Q & Eliphino as well as special guests Ronnie Herel and Sunship, we are back to a 3am finish. But that doesn’t mean it’s not gonna be another smash…
This month we welcome Grime don D.O.K. as well as Bassline king TRC. With D.O.K.’s remix of TRC’s OoAaEe being a regular banger at Yeah, Maybe we thought it only right to put these two on the bill together. As well as producing some big Grime & Bassline, TRC has been moving towards some 2-Step Garage vibes with one eye on the summer, which we are very excited about, and D.O.K. is gearing up for a release with Hyperdub which speaks for itself. Both have releases for our favourite Grime label Butterz, home to previous guests Royal-T & Swindle, so it’s a basic no brainer.
Of course residents Fife, Lex Darker and Colonel will be in full effect keeping heads and hips bumping.
Free as always, no ramping. Be there.
New creps? Yeah, Maybe
@Hyperdub ‘s @kodenine Essential Radio One mix includes @TerrorDanjah @DOK_Dokument & @Champion_DJ tracks, enjoy!!!