Tone Def founder DJ Yomi takes us through the history of iconic label hardcore & jungle label Tone Def .
As Remarc prepares to bring Dollar records back in 2018, we look at the label's golden age of '94-'95.
Looking back at a year of golden techno from the Dutch pioneer...
Timeless '94 ragga jungle from the much sought after Slam! Records
Comedy has always been essential to grime - despite what the papers might tell you.
Spanning acid techno, dark hardcore and proto jungle, we look at Alex Reece's greatest pre-Pulp Fiction work.
The stripped back dancehall label that laid the foundations for grime and dubstep - listen to their greatest moments.
Remembering rare UK bleep techno gems from 89 - 90.
Arrests, acid house, biker pubs and mega-raves; the early days of Evil Eddie Richards.
Check out this Google map showing the hardcore and jungle producers and raves from 90 - 95.
Proto jungle, the Pet Shop Boys, industry snakes, Freddy Kruger masks... the untold story of hardcore label Ruff Kut! Records
Looking at the under appreciated German label that defined techno in Europe
30 years of rave making tunes out of UK TV samples, and not all of them rubbish
Looking back at the classic grime of Lewisham's finest.
"I know people who keep playing music that they’re not into and they complain about it. I thought, I’m gonna go out and find something I do like, and if I can’t do that I’m gonna make it..."
The Scratchmaster Sy on his hip hop roots, how happy hardcore lost the darkness, and what it's like still playing 180 bpm bangers...
Another massive stash of rare and classic rave flyers from 89 - 93, with classics from Amnesia House, Dreamscape, Fantazia, Raindance & more
Check out this high-res gallery of rare early 90s rave flyer art- so many classics in there...
Paul Ibiza settles scores and tells his version of jungle history. It's not always pretty, but it's possibly the best interview GTAR has done yet...
To celebrate our 50th edition of GTAR I've asked readers to come up with the good, the bad and the ugly of rave MCing. They've not disappointed...
Plastician talks through the Croydon roots of dubstep, and the new scene he's calling Wave
Over two decades ruling the jungle, and Ken's still going strong
dBridge on South London roots, forcing Renegade Hardware into existence, and how Bad Company were 'raw as fuck'
the strange life of a rave classic, a story that goes from police brutality to pissing off Pete Tong, and includes redefining the word 'hardcore' for an entire generation...
Alien abductions, Slipmatt chain smoking in his sleep, how hardcore DJs ended up writing grime and the history of East London. It's all there...
"Friends have said it sounds a bit like Kerri Chandler" ... DnB legend Ray Keith remembers his soul boy roots, talks jungle classics and reveals a new house direction
"I get people telling me that their grandparents told them about us..." Flinty Badman and Deman Rocker take us through 30 decades of mic murder
OG junglist Steve B tells the untold story of Renk Records, the making of Incredible, and the birth of jungle
Jack Smooth; king of rave, father of jungle jazz, member of Earl Grey, and man behind Trip to Trumpton (!) gives us the ugly truth about a life spent writing other people's hits...
Two labels who changed the face of jungle, yet have remained strangely unsung...