Alan Lam is a bit of a Bass Music renaissance man around these parts. Be it though producing for some [&hellip
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See Freeza Chin plays the game, but he always keeps his cards close to his chest. We happen to know [&hellip
Freeza Chin, Toronto’s Grime and Funky dubplate don is back with another mix of high powered 140 bpm selections. Â This [&hellip
Freeza Chin, Channel One’s resident master of all things Grime and Funky finally returns with a fresh podcast of the [&hellip
Plain English hosting up properly while Freeza lays down heavyweight Funky/Mutant House selections in his trademark fashion. Big bashy grinding basslines and Tribal beats which had the whole crowd heaving, this set came almost as raw as that new Skepta video…
Gremlinz, the head nod bass specialist, returns to Channel One with another journey into his side of 140 bpm territory. Deep moody soulful and rugged all at the same time, we know Gremlinz rolled out this mix in his scarf, sippin chinese milk tea while having a Facebook chat with some scandalous girl and ordering a pair of japanese sneakers off the internet all at the same time… effortless!
Weâ€™ve been patiently waiting for Freeza to come with an all Grime mix for Channel One for months. In addition to being one of the leading Funky DJâ€™s in this country, Freeza Chin has been the THE preeminent Grime DJ in North America for years.
Torontoâ€™s Gremlinz has long been the cityâ€™s go to frontman for dark, breakbeat heavy Drum n Bass, with a storied production catalogue for some of the scenes most respected labels including Renegade Hardware and Metalheadz.
For this exclusive Channel One mix Gremlinz reveals yet another angle to his sound, adapting his signature dub heavy b boy style onto the 140 bpm tempo, showcasing his tastes in Dubstep and Grime. Make sure your low end eq is properly tuned
DJ Eastwood touches down exclusively for Channel One giving us a lesson in how young London gets down in 2010. Originally a heralded Grime producer both on his own and with regular collaborator Oddz, Eastwood moved on from grime and started producing and playing Funky as it emerged as the current sound of Urban London. His productions range from sing along girl-centric funky to harder, darker more experimental riddims regularly featured in the sets of key tastemakers like Marcus Nasty, Seb Chew and Funk Butcher.
R1 Ryders are London duo DJ/Producer Karnak and MC Skeelo, The Godfathers of the Funkitek sound, their own super high energy blend of House, Hardcore, Jungle and Rave. They have been igniting dancefloors and connecting the dots between Grime, Dubstep, Funky and DnB since their 2006 debut Burnout EP and remixing acts like La Roux, The Count and Sinden and Major Lazer. Fact Magazine has them hotly tipped as Producers to watch for in 2010, and their highly aniticipated Full Throttle EP dropped on vinyl Aug 2nd, with full digital release to follow soon