• Trim / Pritch & Trim I Am + Stereotype / Kiss My Arse

    Pritch & Trim - Stereotype

    Reviewed by Laurent Fintoni Source: (Playground)

    <b> Pritch &amp; Trim </b> - Stereotype

    One of the best - and often underrated - MCs to come out of London’s grime scene in the last decade, Trim returns with not one but two releases across the Butterz and Planet Mu labels this summer. Boy is it good to have him back. First up is his release on Butterz, “I Am”. On the ‘A’ side Trim vocals TRC’s “Skipping Rope”; riding the hyperactive instrumental, led by feverish percussion and synth tabs, with uplifting rhymes that neatly summarise all
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  • Pritch & Trim - Stereotype

    Pritch & Trim - Stereotype

    Reviewed by Holly Dicker Source: (Resident Advisor)

    <b> Pritch &amp; Trim </b> - Stereotype

    What do you get when you cross a genre-hopping electronic producer with an ex-member of Roll Deep? No, this isn't a joke, but Stereotype—the tongue-in-cheek debut from Mark Pritchard and MC Trim—might just draw a snigger or two. Grime seems like the last territory to be touched by the West Countryman who has dabbled in everything from ambient electronic (Global Communication) to spacey hip-hop (Harmonic 33) and whatever you might call the back-to-the-future bass
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  • SINGLE REVIEW: PRITCH & TRIM – STEREOTYPE/KISS MY ARSE

    Pritch & Trim - Stereotype

    Reviewed by Sam Constable Source: (Silent Radio)

    <b> Pritch &amp; Trim </b> - Stereotype

    The man of many names and countless brilliant tracks, Mark Pritchard, takes to the studio with one of Grime best-est, MC Trim. The single comes with two tracks from the pair and instrumentals to boot.
    Mark lays down a swaggering, light-hearted beat on ‘Stereotype’ with hooks redolent of a soundtrack to a 1970s comedy skit. A clever rhythm mixed with brass, woodwind and synths twist up and down to create this unique, jaunty sound. On the mic Trim cuts no
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