'Grime 2.0' Out Now

'Grime 2.0' Out Now

Big Dada's huge Grime 2.0 compilation is out now - listen to every track at bigdada.com/grime

Expertly compiled by Journalist and talent scout Joe Muggs and Big Dada's Will Ashon, Grime 2.0 is the most comprehensive survey of grime production the scene has ever had – thirty five exclusive tracks from across the world and across the spectrum of grime, demonstrating it to be some of the most powerful and brilliant electronic music in the world today. We've got new tracks from the originators (the godfather Wiley, Manchester's dubstep/grime originator MRK1, the elusive Youngstar whose 'Pulse X' was the first ever released grime record). We've got the new stars of the scene (Royal T, Preditah, Faze Miyake), and the up-and-comers snapping at their heels (Midlanders Swifta Beater and TC4, Brighton's Moony, Southeast Londoner Mr. Mitch). We've got tracks from Japan (Prettybwoy), Australia (Juzlo), the Netherlands (Gumnaam), Ireland (Major Grave), the US (Starkey and Matt Shadetek) and Canada (Tre Mission). We've got bangers and bubblers, haunting melodies and psychotic grooves, dead-eyed threat and cantankerous joy – and all the way through we've got evidence that this is a scene whose creativity can't be held back and shows no signs of stopping.

Grime 2.0 is now available from Big DadaiTunes & Amazon. Also be sure to check out the Grime 2.0 micro site.



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