The organisers of the London Liberty club nights published rare lives from 1997–2001. There was no grime or dubstep yet, but there were already prerequisites for them. Even more so, there were already obvious differences from the US garage house, from which the Sunday scene began when dub versions of New York house tracks were played at a slightly increased speed in small British clubs. Speed garage and 2-step, smooth and broken rhythms, wobbling bass and electric organ modulations, sugary girlish voices and men singing—it’s interesting to listen and notice the difference in the sound of different years. The tradition of Jamaican sound systems, which involves turning on not only the music but also the whole crowd, is very important in garage. Therefore, live tracks always have rhyming and shouting MCs between them.