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AKEOS- MUERTE

The” new sounds of dubstep” everyone is talking about

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Akeos is part of the new wave of producers who have been shifting the former dubstep vibe (aka riddim) towards heavy headbanging track full of syncopated beats and truly dark laser synths that drill one’s skull harder and harder every single BPM.

His newest MUERTE comes in a massive compilation (that if you fancy, you are just 2 clicks away to discover it)

Tripolar Dub is mindblowing

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Marginal Original

Costa Gold Pt Funkero – A Queima Roupa (Remix Dom Mariachi)

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Pagodao meets grime.. This remix from Dom Mariachi is pure gold.

Pagode is a Brazilian style of music which originated in Salvador, Brazil, and quickly went down to Rio de Janeiro region, as a subgenre of Samba. Pagode originally meant a celebration with lots of food, music, dance and party.

Apparently, as time has gone by, the term “Pagode” has been degraded by many commercial groups who have played a version of the music full of clichés, and there is now a sense in which the term Pagode means very commercial pop, a negative term and getting now ghetto-appeal.. it is perfect for Marginal-Original!!

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Henkie T – Snelle Jongen Dunne Jasje ft JoeyAK

Henkie T is on a roll, the dutch act has unveils his latest track produced by Diquenza.

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Henkie T is on a roll, the dutch act has unveils his latest track produced by Diquenza.

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Krept & Konan – I Spy ft. Headie One & K-Trap

Heavy track for heavier times

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Early this year artists Skengdo and AM were given a nine month suspended sentence for performing a song at a London concert in December. According to Index on Censorship, this is the first time in British legal history that a prison sentence has been issued for performing a song but it is the start of what we think will be a clampdown on free speech for rappers.

The police are using laws made for terrorists and sex offenders to criminalize musicians who sing violent lyrics. It means that the police no longer have to prove any link between an artist and a specific act of violence to secure a conviction for ‘inciting violence’.

This is a threat to freedom of speech. Nobody in a free society should be imprisoned for words.

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