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The outgoing cousin of dubstep, grime shares DNA with UK garage and 2-step but has evolved to have its own verbose sound.
Production-wise, lo-fi drums and morphing synth bass sounds can be heard in both dubstep and grime and dubplate culture exists in both scenes.
Cross pollination is rife between dubstep and grime. DJs work the genres together and grime MCs spitting over a dubstep beat is becoming a common occurrence.
G is also for:
Geiom: Berkane Sol signed Nottingham-based Kamal Joory back in 2006. Geiom plays live using an Atari ST, a Yamaha DX200, an Emu sampler, a Quadraverb 2, a Kaoss pad, a midi controller and a mixing desk. Cool.