Terror Danjah POWER GRID
Reviewed by Robin Howells Source: (The Quietus)
What must a life in grime entail? One constant, it would seem, is the struggle for any artist to find a long-term, profitable niche. We've seen some speculate on a foothold in the charts; for a few, like Boy Better Know MC Skepta, the real answer is to knuckle down into the role of plucky entrepreneur.
Among grime producers, as opposed to vocalists, there are murmurs that now is the time independently to find a way forward. DJs such as Rinse FM's Elijah and
Terror Danjah - Power Grid
Reviewed by Andrew Ryce Source: (Resident Advisor)
Last year's Gremlinz compilation, the kind of all-encompassing retrospective that usually chronicles dead careers, seemed to single-handedly rejuvenate legendary grime producer Terror Danjah. His 2010 has been prolific by anyone's standards, with new releases on Hyperdub, Butterz, Planet Mu and Rwina. Wisely moving away from his past horror-tinged strings into a brighter synth-focused palette, his recent work has retained its cartoonish, exaggerated sense of colour
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