Category Archive for: "London"

Afrikan Boy – What Took You So Long Mixtape

Been a huge fan of Afrikan Boy ever since I heard kids on the bus in Brixton playing LIDL on their phones. At the same time as doing a uni degree he’s come a long way, dropping some some big tunes like Lagos Town as well as supporting M.I.A. on tour, even smashing it at …

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The Very Best FACT Mix

Since their Super Mom mixtape dropped, The Very Best has been busy in the studio perfecting tracks for the new Very Best album, again all featuring the soaring epic vocals of Esau Mwamwaya with some huge secret collaborations. In between working on the album and his house productions and remixes as We Don’t Belong in …

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Secousse June

Unmissable Secousse THIS FRIDAY with the awesome A.J. Holmes & The Hackney Empire! Info here For concessions guest list email: vamanos@ghettobassquake.com

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Goodz

A cliche I know, but there really is nobody like Durrty Goodz. As far as ambition goes I never thought he could top Switching Songs Pt 2 but then he comes out with Battle Hype. As someone in the comment section says, this is beyond a diss track, it’s a carefully orchestrated torpedo. Oh and …

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Secousse Sound System live at Land of Kings

A couple of weeks ago, myself and Moroka were invited to do a little Secousse take over on London Fields radio live from Land of Kings festival at the Old Boys club in Dalston which is, as Kate says, “reminiscent of Uncle Fester’s drawing room, if he ever had one, replete with dusty chandeliers, deranged …

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The Very Best – Super Mom Mixtape

The Very Best soundcheck, Secousse New York, summer 2009 If you’ve been following updates on the Ghetto Bassquake Facebook page, you might have noticed that I’ve been getting very hyped for the release of the second Very Best mixtape. Since the release of their now legendary first mixtape dropped as a free download in 09, …

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P Money – ‘I Beat The Tune’

Always a good day when a new P-Money track arrives, especially when this one is stone cold free. Riding a boucey old school garage beat, this is off his forthcoming mixtape. Also watch out for his new single Boo You featuring Blacks, dropping 16th May on Butterz P-Money – ‘I Beat The Tune’ (Bandcamp free …

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Sumsin – Nectah EP

Occasional Ghetto Bassquake blogger, allround berserker but brilliant tropical animal, Sumsin is back. To promote his new EP dropping on our London amigo’s label, Pollinate records they say, ‘There’s nothing out there like him, he’s a twisted and excitable young artist bending the rules of carnival culture to bring a new fucked up sound to …

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The Heatwave – Energy Bashment

To soundtrack the UK’s actual current heatwave, here’s the brand new mix from London’s The Heatwave. As usual, an onslaught of jump up bashment vibes, dancehall and a few classics that we’re loving. Woooiii !! The Heatwave – Energy Bashment Mix Sendspace / Mediafire * Rihanna & Vybz Kartel – What’s My Name (Federation Remix) …

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Big Nuz – Moroka RMX

Not content with slaying Secousse with his South African township ghetto funk on a monthly basis, my Secousse fellow resident soldier Moroka is proving to have a tight production touch. Check out his remix of Fraudian Slip and his excellent Kawaito Duppy mix for more proof. Big Nuz’s (two year old!)Umlilo is still one of …

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