Croydon, South London is widely known as the birth place of the Dubstep movement which has aggravatingly seeped deep into the modern commercial culture having become the backdrop to every advert and pop hit this side of 2011. You wouldn’t expect the same south London borough to be the home of its antithesis, Cracker Jon & 2Late. The duo churn out music like they have been transported back in time and hitched rides in the delorean with the likes of a 90′s Redman & Eric Sermon, the artifacts, George Clinton & Miles Davis to name but a few.
How did these two young scoundrels develop such a vintage crusty sound amidst the lasers, donks, womps and squelches of their neighbours. How did these two carve out a sound so dirty & authentic? How is it possible that kids who were learning to walk, talk, and going to primary school in the 90′s are able to become ambassadors of the sound we all hold near and dear to our hearts with such convincing results. The proof is simply in their output, you have to hear it to believe it.