• Mark One - One Way

    Reviewed by Corey H. Maass (igloomag.com)

    <b> Mark One </b> - One Way

    Mark One's One Way is one of the first full length grime albums that has received a lot of attention outside the UK. Grime, itself a sub-genre of UK Garage, has been getting a lot of attention in the UK and Europe, but I fear it'll pass America by as so many other styles. Too bad, as it perpetuates UK rap as something completely separate from the US as well as the harder, darker side of garage, like techstep or drill-n-bass was to drum-n-bass.

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  • Mark One - One Way

    Reviewed by maurizio pustianaz (chain dlk)

    <b> Mark One </b> - One Way

    I'm sorta new to grime music definition. I checked the web and I found a page on Reflex records (label which is deeply linked to Mark One) and this is what I found: "In the 80's, maybe it was House, Techno and Electro. In the 90's it was UK-G, Drum and Bass, Breaks or whatever. Now there are so many terms for it that the journalists can’t pidgeon-hole it any more". Personally I never invented a new definition/genre as I try to stick on the bands I know without
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