URB is a monthly American magazine devoted to electronic music, hip hop and urban lifestyle and culture. Based in Los Angeles, California, the magazine was founded in 1990 by Raymond Roker.
List of articles in the library
A Guy Called Gerald, LTJ Bukem, Goldie, Grooverider, Shut Up And Dance, Roni Size and Reprazent: Law of the Jungle
Overview by Chris Campion, URB, 1995
NEW MUSIC is born of the old. Hip-hop and Rock 'n' Roll can be traced back through Delta Blues, field and slave songs back to ...
Profile and Interview by Chris Campion, URB, June 2000
FOR LEGENDARY MC, Divine Styler, music is recorded mindstate. The modulated wail of the muezzin that initiates Word Power 2: Directrix, his opus dei, is ...
A Guy Called Gerald: Essence of Gerald
Profile and Interview by Chris Campion, URB, August 2000
TWO YEARS AGO, A Guy Called Gerald walked away from his London-based label Juicebox and into a new life. He took his studio and his ...
Interview by Chris Campion, URB, January 2001
TEN YEARS AGO, rave spawned a monster. The Prodigy, a bastard progeny spat out screaming from a dirt chamber of sound. This twisted British mutation ...
Aphex Twin: Rephlex Records at 10
Report and Interview by Chris Campion, URB, June 2001
PART MALL, part Moroccan Souk, Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre is a dilapidated mish-mash of late '60s brutalist architecture that contains a bustling marketplace. It's ...
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