I was never a maths kid and to this day I'm still not. But, I was big on history.
Grievous Angel brings us 2Step Heaven Volume 2 a perfect lesson in UK dance music culture. For those of you exploring your dub step side of things, this is a perfect taster of its origins.
2Step Heaven Volume 2 features the then fresh cuts of 1998 to 2001 and will help gain an insight into where the likes of James Blake, Mount Kimbie and Joe Goddard get some of their inspiration from.
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- Groove Chronicles: Life is what you make it (DPR 1998)
- El B Feat Reis and Dee: Keep the Love (Scorpion Records)
- MJ Cole: Bandalero Desperado (El-B VIP mix) (Talkin Loud 2000)
- Sevi G / El B: Beautiful Music (Dub Mix) (Vinylocity 2000)
- Ghost: The Club (Ghost 2000)
- Ghost: Lyrical Tempo (Ghost 2001)
- El B: Serious (Locked On 2001)
- Ruff Cut Bias: Down (Locked On 2000)
- Groove Chronicles: Faith In You (DPR 1998)
- Sonrisa: Grooving Me (Splash It Like Champagne Mix) (Public Demand 2000)
- Sevi G / Groove Chronicles: In the Air Tonight (2 Step Mix) (White)
- Shade Sheist Feat Nate Dogg: Where I Wanna Be (Dub-A-Holics R&B Switch Mix – Explicit Version) (Public Demand 2001)
- De La Soul: Ain’t All Good: MJ Cole Remix (Tommy Boy Music 2000)
- Victor Romeo: Love Will Find A Way (Ray Hurley & Mark Yardley Dub Mix) Public Demand 1998
- Ramsey and Fen: Love Bug (Bug Records 1998)
- The Bomb Squad: Bad Acid (Big Kid Productions 2000)
- Kevin Real Deal: Breaking Rocks (White 1998)
- The Bomb Squad: No Dub (Big Kid Productions 2000)
- Monie Love: Slice of Da Pie (El B Remix) 1999
- Groove Chronicles: Be Happy (White, 1999)
- Angie Lee: What’s Your Name? (MJ Cole Master Mix) (WEA 1999)
- Roll: Let it Roll (White 1999)