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 n.— «Fast forward to 2007 and a new brand of grindie has slowly begun to emerge. Bands and artists who are genuinely influenced by both genres are giving birth to an energetic hybrid of grime and punk and the indie kids are eating it up.» —“Grindie music: what happens when indie and grime collide” by Beccy Lindon The Independent (United Kingdom) Mar. 29, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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