Adi Ulmansky has bright green hair – but that’s not why you’re going to remember her. Meet Tel Aviv’s hottest pop princess whose new mixtape proves that when she sets her mind on something, there’s nothing she can’t do.
The Canadian dubstep producer and DJ has remixed tracks for artists including Wu-Tang Clan, Coldplay, MGMT and Lil Wayne, as well as earning a loyal fan base who can’t get enough of his industrial spin on bass music and hectic live performances.
Ahead of their return to Bognor Regis this weekend, Charlotte Hotham, Director of the Bugged Out! Weekender, shares some of her advice for how to throw the kind of party that people will still be talking about for months – years! – to come.
Dolan Bergin and Ajay Jayaram were already big fish in the ever-swimming London party scene before they teamed up to form Broken and Uneven. Over the last few months, The Hydra, a special series of events they created featuring the best of today’s electronic music have been the parties on everyone’s lips.
Marcus Nasty gave the world UK Funky and next year he says ears will be tuned to a new genre, Jacking, along with the musical outputs of his talented younger brothers Lil Nasty and Griminal.
Record breaking Charlie Simpson: My personal journey along Stalin’s Road of Bones was so enlightening
Sending political enemies to Siberia was one of Joseph Stalin’s favourite punishments. However, Charlie Simpson found himself voluntarily making the journey to Oymyakon, the Earth’s coldest permanently inhabited place, to break the Guinness World Record for coldest gig.
His dreamy green eyes have made Dillon Francis one of the most lusted-after DJs in the tumblrsphere. He is best known for having dual mentors in the form of electronic megastars Diplo and Skrillex.
Previous releases on Hotep and a string of well-received remixes got plenty of people talking about Letherette. Now, they’ve been signed to Ninja Tune and their new EP, Featurette, is set to get plenty more tongues wagging.
We caught up with them ahead of their debut headline show in London on November 29th to find out [...]
Ahead of the debut of his live show in London tomorrow, Hotflush Recordings boss Scuba talks exclusively to The Independent about why he chose Shoreditch over Berghain to premier his new AV spectacular.
Like the fabled continent from which he takes his name, Pangaea puts forth an amalgamation of sounds to create something solid and other wordly.
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