Review: Following on from a very strong run of releases to kick start the first half of the year, we are very happy to see Southpoint back on their album steeze, this time bringing forward the well renowned abilities of grime producer, MC and DJ: Jakebob. The album consists of 12 heaters, some vocal and then some instrumental, all showcasing just how energetic grime can be, with his signature, eskimo inspired sound weaved flawlessly throughout the project. For us the immediate stand outs have to be the reggae inspired construction of 'Woki', the sharp, grimey slices of 'R Riddim' and of course the demonic string structures of 'Outside'. Excellent stuff!
Review: Over the years, we have really enjoyed the expansion of the Chameleon Audio movement, with their reach now stretching the full breadth of the country, constantly supplying the grime and dubstep scenes with tasty treats. We have watched keenly in the last few months as the team upload their back catalogue to the Juno store, with the latest edition being this classic collaboration project between Jakebob and Chemist RNS. The 'West Mids' EP played a massive part in both artist's progression, with Jakebob's vocals finally getting their due recognition, along with Chemist showcasing his real mastery with the different sounds that lay at 140BPM. A Classic for certain.