grime: the sound of young britain now
It's the most important, urgent and innovative musical culture cultivated over the UK last two decades. As the scene hits its teenage years and returns to its roots, we investigate the past, present and future of grime.
Oi Amsterdam 2005 - @Skepta @JammerBBK @Eliaskajue & @MangaStHilare
As i continue to upload classic sets from my archives, the next to get uploaded is this classic from when Skepta, Jammer, Ribz & Manga t...
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The genesis of grime: incredible portraits of Skepta, Wiley and Dizzee Rascal in 2005 East London | HUNGER TV
Peter Beste is a photographer based in Portland, Oregon. His career has seen him photographing a diverse range of subjects, from the heathen tribe-folk of Appalachia to the black metal community of Norway. Over a decade ago, Peter spent time in East London to capture the grime scene and its key players.
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The time of grime - in pictures
Don't Call Me Urban! is the result of a 12-year project documenting London's grime scene by Simon Wheatley