Eats Everything has seemingly come from nowhere but he’s actually been around for quite some time. Ahead of his appearance at the Garden Festival in Croatia next weekend, I sat down for an in-depth chat with him, covering everything from his childhood up to his future plans. This is the first part of the interview.
Koder is certainly a new voice in grime and should definitely be one to look out for – let’s just not go jumping to conclusions just yet
There are more festivals in the UK than ever before. Remfry Dedman speaks to the three organizers behind 2000Trees to find out what makes their new festival, ArcTanGent different from the rest
Jamie Lidell is a man who has supported the likes of Elton John on stage, yet still has the same hunger for music – producing it, performing it, writing it – as he did when he first fell in love with it. Fresh off the back of several gigs across Europe, including a standout performance at Sonar, Jamie kindly agreed to answer a few of my questions and here’s the resulting interview… enjoy!
Maybe it’s a hedonistic reaction to the age of austerity, maybe it’s a backlash against the rise of fiercely futuristic ‘EDM’, or maybe it’s just the cyclicality of music industry trends; whatever the reason, it appears that disco is back.
This September, hundreds of electronic music fans will descend on Rovinj, North Croatia’s sun-kissed coastline for the inaugural Unknown Festival.
Interview with Frisco ‘I wanted to step up the levels because I’m getting older and I can’t be speaking about the same stuff’
In September 2006 Logan Sama’s Kiss FM grime show played host to a series of dubs from two of the scene’s biggest crews, The Movement and Boy Better Know, these dubs went on to be released as a compilation CD called The War Report and included some vicious sends from some of grime’s biggest names including Ghetto, Wiley, Jammer, Devlin and Wretch 32 (in the days before he sampled the Stone Roses and made pop music).
Here’s a quickfire Q&A session with an absolute master of the techno genre – Electric Rescue, a Frenchman who has been involved with dance music and rave culture since its very beginnings in his country.
Party promoters Pardon My French are two guys with their fingers on the pulse. The twosome, Luke Sutton and Tim Smith, have been hard at it for a few years, slowly but surely creeping up the ranks in Bristol (and further afield) with their own distinct brand of party vibes. Here’s an exclusive mix from the duo and some words, too.
Grime legends Chronik and Wiley recently featured on the gold-selling album of a Polish rapper named Popek, while shows in Prague and Croatia are rapidly becoming as important to UK MCs as summertime jaunts to Ayia Napa or Malia
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