Big Narstie remixes indie star - and it works
Edward Keeble
09:21 20th February 2014

Huige hits by Oasis, Coldplay and Arctic Monkeys have been given grime remixes, and appear on the new Brixton Glory mixtape from grime legend Big Narstie. Listen below.

It sounds absolutely insane but Oasis' 'What's the Story Morning Glory', Coldplay's 'Clocks' and Arctic Monkey's 'Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair' have been bassed-up and given the 140bpm MC treatement.

Interestingly the mix actually really really works, held together by the banter and flow of Big Narstie along with samples from Oasis gigs.

Listen to Brixton Glory by Big Narstie below

Big Narstie found fame withhis viral Youtube videos on Grime Daily, where he makes light of current affairs. 

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