Kurtis Blow's 1979 track "Christmas Rappin'" was proof that rap had a place in the money-or-nothing recording industry. It was also just really sweet.
We Got Three Big Beat Producers from Back in the Day to Explain What Their Genre Actually Was | US | Translation
"A melting pot of 60s funk, breaks, hip hop, and whatever else was to hand thrown in for good measure."
It'll have you digging out that old Global Hypercolour t-shirt in no time.
Jozef K & Winter Son Experience an Acid Flashback on the UK Rave Inspired "Smiling Through Wide Eyes"
This will carry you away to a muddy field somewhere on the right side of 1995.
A balanced blend of bass, breakbeat, garage, house and beats.
A UK DJ has launched a fund to compensate the sole remaining Winston—and raised over $22,000.
Love, life, and poppers at Heaven.
Anyone got an extra pair of JNCOS?