From Midlife to Cotch, we rank the labels who did the most in 2017.
They made themselves known in 2017, so expect these names to shine further in the next 12 months.
From established stars consolidating their fame, to emerging artists making waves, Dummy looks back over some of the musicians who made a notable impact in 2017.
From Mabel and Jorja Smith, to Gaika and AJ Tracey, Dummy lists the tracks that made us happy this year.
Dummy counts down some of the standout albums that made 2017 a great ride.
Transcending genre and style with ease, this experimental producer is going places.
Hear an exclusive new track from Big Hands.
A beginners guide to Gqom courtesy of a true pioneer.
UK rap's new king has reached a new level on his new project, 'No Bullshit'. We talked about its making, and why he calls it a 'playlist'.
FEEL MY BICEP's very own Brassica gives rising producer Jordan his midas touch.
Spraying potent bars is not stopping the Newham rapper from being a true musician.
New generation grime stars YGG unveil the latest slice of their 'World Domination' EP.
An enigma in the UK music scene, the London rapper is shining brighter than a star.
In the UK scene, women are seeing more and more wins. We catch up with one of their leaders.
In the first of a two-part feature on the underground musicians co-opting the icons of hi-def capitalism for their own ends, Adam Harper charts the rise of business class lounge music and the selling of digital smoke.
Trojan Sound System continue to deliver their message of peace, love and unity with 10 of the best foundation shaking reggae basslines.
Get prepared for the 25th year since the birth of "ACIIID" with our guide to the rise of the movement.
Mr Bassline himself digs out a bagful of classic tracks and upfront cuts
The Italian producer presents his favourite weightless tracks.
On the back of the release of Caribbean new gen comp 'Soul of Jamaica', rising star Var picked the cream for his debut Ten Best
Dan Nixon on adventurous minimal synth music from the early 1980s, which is actually an incredibly interesting and weird story.