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"Grime. Sublow. Dubstep… It’s Music. Different people call it different things, depending on when they discovered it. In the 80s maybe it was House, Techno and Electro. In the 90s it was UKG, Drum & Bass, Breaks or whatever. Now there are so many terms for it that the journalists can’t pidgeon-hole it anymore. This is a good thing – it’s music. Moody music. Multifunctional, multifaceted music created by Humans with Brains, Hearts, Machines & Electricity. Music that’s great for dancing to in clubs, or submerging yourself within your headphones, your car, your home, wherever. It’s instrumental dance music, but it’s the perfect forum for the best MCs and vocalists. We at Rephlex call it Grime to publicise to the people at large, outside of the specialist world of its producers. The purists might debate the name, but while they do that, crews around the globe are uniting in this strong and fresh dance movement. In this age of Information Technology, people are easily able to find real quality that they actually want, without being spoon-fed compromised product. Now is a time of change and the soundtrack is GRIME" Rephlex 156, 2004
Deejay Xanax: No Title Whatsoever

Released via UK; mid/early 1990s tied, reduced IDM leaning Breakbeat / Jungle rivivalism

Peder Mannerfelt: Transmissions From A Drainpipe

Expertly prod. experimental Grime / House bouncers

Rat Life 010 (Euro 12")
Leibniz: Bat EP

Proper UK bass culture celebrating bangers

Subsolo 004 (D 12")
STP: The Fall Remixes

2009 reworks of STP’s aka Shed epic anthem in twisted, techy stepping style

Subsolo 005 (D 12")
Wax: Dub Shed Sessions 1

Shed prod. magical techy dubstep related slow motion tunes

Subsolo 006 (D 12")
The Panamax Project: Maximum Height

Shed’s side project w/ r’n’b rooted heavy dubstep & techy UK garage compatible DJ tool

Lamont: Far Away

Deadly, dark & techy UKG vibes

Burial: Young Death

Sparsely arranged echoes of UK Dance Pop & UK Hardcore vibes blended

Endgame: Flesh EP

Fresh Hyperdub mixture of out-there Electronics & Dance Pop related Grime

Okzharp & Manthe Ribane: Tell Your Vision

Bridging UK Bass & South African dance musics in refreshing explorer mode

Ingredients 044 (UK 12")
Digital: Red Tape

Half-stepping, vintage Reggae sampled beat- & bassline science by a true master

Keysound 065 (UK 12")

Ace instrumental Grime tunes

Macker 001 (UK 12")
Macker: Untitled

Sparse original early Dubstep reminiscent, deadly precise & sub heavy tunes