• Mary Anne Hobbs - Warrior Dubz

    Reviewed by Alex MacPherson (The Guardian)

    <b> Mary Anne Hobbs </b> - Warrior Dubz

    Radio 1 DJ Mary Anne Hobbs's one-off January show Dubstep Warz marked the emergence into the mainstream of a genre which has been fermenting in south London raves and pirate stations for much of this decade. Her follow-up compilation, a mixture of exclusives and recent dubstep anthems, continues her sterling work. Dubstep's sonic palette is one of cavernous bass twinned with skanking beats and the occasional sample. It is dark and murky, an
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  • Mary Anne Hobbs - Warrior Dubz

    Reviewed by Ned Beauman (Dummy Monthly)

    <b> Mary Anne Hobbs </b> - Warrior Dubz

    In 2006, much of the UK's most exciting electronic music is menacing, muscular, and bass-obsessed, and none more so than genre du jour dubstep. Enter Warrior Dubz, which is both a beginner's guide and a manifesto for this killer strain of low end theory. Radio 1 DJ Mary Anne Hobbs, one of dubstep's most tireless proselytisers, mixes established gun-finger anthems (the tribal thunder and reggae vocals of Digital Mystikz's Anti-War Dub, a favourite at
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  • Mary Anne Hobbs: My life in media

    Mary Anne Hobbs - Warrior Dubz

    Reviewed by The Independent (The Independent)

    <b> Mary Anne Hobbs </b> - Warrior Dubz

    Mary Anne Hobbs, 35, is the firebrand presenter of Radio 1's Thursday night electronic show Experimental. Born in the Lancashire village of Garstang, she started her media career as a print journalist, working for NME and Loaded among other titles, and has presented a myriad of motorcycle shows for such television channels as British Eurosport, Men and Motors and BBC World. She now lives in north London and can ride any motorbike you care to park in
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  • Mary Anne Hobbs - Warrior Dubz

    Reviewed by killeye (inthemix.com.au)

    <b> Mary Anne Hobbs </b> - Warrior Dubz

    Mary Anne Hobbs’ biography reads like a music journo’s dream career. She’s worked powerhouse UK publications such as NME and Loaded. She’s also worked behind the mic with XFM (in trial broadcasts) and eventually wound up on BBC’s Radio 1, presenting her ‘experimental show,’ with the following ethos, “My mission remains exactly the same… to bring the finest dark experimental electronic music on earth to you.” Warrior Dubz, then, is
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