Krome & Time

Krome & Time
DJ Krome & Mr Time aka Krome & Time started out in 1988 playing on Londons legendary Fantasy fm and various acid-house partys.

They then went into recording their own music on the legendary Suburban-Base record label releasing THE RUSH under the name "KROMOZONE".

Their next release was under the name TIMEBASE & KROMOZONE and was the highly collectable FIREBALL & UNITY the latter which was sampled by DJ LUCK & MC NEAT on the garage anthem "A LITTLE BIT OF LUCK".

After this came the rave anthems "THIS SOUND IS FOR THE UNDERGROUND" & MANIC STAMPEDE. By this time they were doing dj/mc sets up and down the country and abroad and also doing lots of remix work.

Their fourth release was one of the biggest tunes of 1993 THE SLAMMER.

Krome & Time then set up their own label "TEARIN VINYL" which they released two of the biggest Jungle tunes of 1994 "THE LICIENCE" & "GANJA MAN".

KROME AND TIME are still doing dj/mc sets up and down the uk & abroad.

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