Scuse the lack of posts over the last few days... although the Chrome Kids family is growing, at the moment the blog side of things is down to me and this week has been the get ready for uni time. Should be back on it after Wednesday.
Speaking of Uni, last term after a documentary I was working on with somebody else about Dubstep in Wales was wiped off the computer (I know, I know - back that shit up), we quickly had to come up with a plan B and ended up doing a 'mockumentary' on Thugstep - which we described as being a cross between Dirty South and Dubstep (kind of). Well it doesn't suprise me that there are actually people out there calling the tracks their making Thugstep already and it's similar to what we described. I shall be covering a couple of them over the weeks but first I have to give mention to a similar (if not exactly the same) branch of Dubstep - Dirtystep (or Crunkstep maybe). Here represented by New York producers DJ Nebulla and DJ Dore in their 2nd installment of the Dirtystep Mixtape, featuring their own bootleg remixes of artists such as 3:6 Mafia, T.I. and Soulja Boy in a way that elevates the originals greatly and actually gives the 'Dirty' in Dirty South some credence.
(Direct Link) Dirtystep Mixtape Volume 2
and here's a few Direct Links to the individual tracks...
Nebulla & DJ Dore - Crank Dat
DJ Dore & CONstruct - Ay Ay Bay
DJ Dore - Slap
Nebulla & DJ Dore - Stay Fly
Nebulla & DJ Dore - Big Thing Poppin' (Do It)
You can keep up to date by checking the Dirtystep website.
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- Steppin' Down & Dirty
- More Gaslamps Killed
- Forget Dad Dancing let's Mumdance
- Yo Yo Yo Yo Yo Yo Pop Like This!
- Spot The Leoparden
- Time for T
- Ya Mamma Got a High Top Fade with a Chin Strap
- Re-live the LA Riots' Choice Moments
- A Photo Finish, Let's Check That Again...
- Chrome Kids Get Lean Up
- This is a Job for Forensics
- Going Up and Up and Up
- Tomorrow night for the Londonites
- Dew Process
- William, Harry, Nasim, Caspian, Fresh
- Kanye on Lockdown
- Where's the Jungle?
- Cash Rules Everything Around Me
- The immaculately monikered trio of: Subbass- Comm...
- Bass - How Far Can You Go?
- New from Aaron Kraten
- Prepare for Judgement Day
- Electric Picnic Vs Bestival (Part 2)
- Electric Picnic Vs Bestival (Part 1)
- Raffertie & Toast
- Queenz Bitch
- is a great DJ, producer, and graphic designer fro...
- GoldieLocks and Free Bare Tunes
- Slightly Electrified
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SOME OF OUR OLD SKOOL MIXES
Chrome Kids - Pyjama Ban
Welsh Electronic Mix recorded for BBC 1Xtra (Jan 2010)
Chrome Kids - Knowledge Me
Mix recorded for Knowledge Magazine (Nov 2009)
Chrome Kids - Pimp My Tour Bus
Mix recorded for Adam Walton's Mystery Tour on BBC Radio Wales (Oct 2009)
Welsh Hip-hop Mix Recorded for Rob Da Bank & Friends on BBC Radio 1 - Nov 2008