Monthly Archives: November 2011

Dark0 feat. Context – Killing Me [FREE DOWNLOAD GIVEAWAY!]

Text taken from the exclusive premiere of the track by We Are SME (Click here to check out their post)

“Up and coming North West London based producer Dark0 has been bubbling away over the past few years, and was quick to gain the ears of influential DJs such as Giles Peterson with his unique style combining UK garage and dubstep production. In anticipation of his much hyped EP, he has teamed up with Norwich’s Context MC for this brilliant track, “Killing Me”.

Context MC has had an astonishing 2011: being playlisted by both MTV Base and BBC Radio 1; being supported by DJs such as Mistajam, Annie Mac, Twin B, DJ Target, Scott Mills, and Greg James; and being tipped for massive things by everyone from The Independent and The Huffington Post, to SB.TV and The MOBOs.

We aren’t the only ones that are waiting for the follow up to Context’s “Listening to Burial”, and this little feature has wet our whistles further.

“Killing Me” sees a return to a classic UK garage vibe sampling RnB vocalist Brandy, with Dark0′s unmistakable production and Context MC’s unique flow and delivery.”

Listen and download for free below!

MASSIVE big up to MTV, RWD, Urban Development, SME, London to MK, Digital Pirate Material, and everyone enjoying and sharing the track!


Massive big up to to i-D Online Magazine for including the track in their November Mixtape series alongside artists such as Drake, L-Vis 1990, The Weeknd and more. Huge props to Milly McMahon at i-D on the selection. Click here to see the mixtape!


Montage: My week on the BBC Radio 1 Playlist

I’ve just got back from chilling in the studio with Dappy (see…)

and decided to whack a quick montage together of my week on the BBC Radio 1 playlist last week including my live interview with Huw Stephens in case anyone missed it. The montage features audio snippets of the DJ support ‘Listening to Burial’ recieved from:
Huw Stephens
Fearne Cotton
Greg James
Scott Mills
Gemma Cairney
Nick Grimshaw and Annie Mac
and Dev