Tag: industrial revolution

Immortal Technique And Lowkey At The Brixton Electric - Thursday 25th October 2012

Immortal Technique And Lowkey At The Brixton Electric – Thursday 25th October 2012

Immortal Technique is an angry man. When he hits the stage, he already looks a bit upset. But this is something you expect from Immortal Technique, the rapper known for conscious lyrics and an uncompromising, often aggressive approach to hip hop. He hadn't played in England since 2010 and he seemed set to make up for the two year gap at the Brixton Electric. Tonight he was joined by Poison Pen, Mazzi, Swave Sevah, DJ Snuff, DJ Static and Lowkey.

Genesis Elijah

Genesis Elijah

Genesis Elijah, a.k.a. Nathaniel Winston Joseph Bygrave hails from Brixton and in 2005 burst onto the scene with his Deh Pon Road EP. As I haven’t heard a lot from Genesis Elijah recently I decided to catch up with him and find out what has been up to and what to expect from him for 2007...
 

Genesis Elijah

Genesis Elijah – Industrial Revolution CD

2005 was a great year for Genesis Elijah and Broken Souls which ended on a high thanks to all their fans! Genesis Elijah's 'Jah Bless' single was voted in at no.11 in the top 50 urban music tracks of 2005 at 1Xtra. Now this may seem like a great achievement but it was more than that when you consider that the shortlist included not only independent acts but all the major artists too. So we're happy that we were only beaten by the likes of 50 Cent, Damian Marley, Kanye West, Kano etc!!