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EESTI DUBSTEP 4 OUT NOW! Digital: http://smarturl.it/LJLGLB021 LP/MC/CD: https://lejalglobe.bandcamp.com 01. Keshob & Bisweed – Bird Of Passage 3:44 02. Thing – Hooligan Dub 4:11 03. Shromik – Lurkin' (In Tallinn) 3:50 04. Dread – Zoom 3:18 05. Viktor – Lasna 3:40 06. Gee – Saw War Saw (RSD Remix) 5:50 07. Q100 – Mossy 3:17 08. Slin – Kivila Park 3:52 09. Bisweed – BSTX73V7 4:11 10. Wazar – Allow It 2:55 11. PTF1987 – Ecological 4:12 12. KSNX – Distant Reflection 6:30 13. Modern Disease – Make It Happen 4:02 14. Sub Cause – Retrologue 3:45 15. Phonecall – Everlasting Memory 3:45 16. Gee – Uni Dub 3:44 17. Tont – Vool 4:06 Eesti Dubstep compilations have supported the Estonian dubstep music scene since 2008, from the very beginning of the movement. Through the various phases of transition, dubstep has always been a fascinating and constantly mutating style that has reached to the main stages of the biggest festivals and back to the underground, but always looking forward. On this constantly evolving journey, we have reached the fourth edition of the Estonian Dubstep compilation, which offers 17 fresh tracks from Estonian artists like Bisweed, Thing, Gee, Slin, Keshob and many others.
Two of the UK’s heavyweights in the hiphop scene met up recently in London to produce this new video interview. Sumit from The Hip Hop Chronicle has established himself as the premier online blog for hiphop news from the UK and overseas over the years with content featured on BET, MTV and shared widely on the internet by all the top online media outlets in the United States. DJ Sarah Love established her position as the “1st Lady of Hiphop” from her early days performing sets at London’s famous Kung Fu events, to helping set up MTV Africa, smashing sets for MTV Europe parties, presenting for MTV UK’s The Lick and spearheading the only hiphop show on BBC’s Radio 1Xtra up until 2010, which drew an un-equalled international audience. Most recently she was the offical tour dj for Aloe Blacc’s series of dates in the UK during December 2011, and has just returned from a month long tour of Australia where she supported Pete Rock and Immortal Technique They sat down in London to discuss Sarah’s early days, her rated albums and artists over the years, and also her thoughts on the hiphop scene in the UK today. Look out for Australian producer M-Phazes in the background who also has an interview coming soon on The Hip Hop Chronicle. DJ Sarah Love is a regular on the international hiphop club circuit, but UK heads can next expect to see her perform in London on 30th March along with another ex BBC 1Xtra stalwart DJ Excalibah at Rich Mix on Bethnal Green Road….although check back here for possible earlier dates…. Both The Hip Hop Chronicle and DJ Sarah Love will be at the launch of a brand new club night launching in London on the 27th April which will be the only one to celebrate and fully represent the traditional 4 elements of hiphop. Details to follow