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An afternoon with Röyksopp, Music

An afternoon with Röyksopp

Last week I had the opportunity to interview Röyksopp ahead of a special DJ set they were due to play at Plastic People in east London. With their ‘final’ album recently released and a whole host of interesting opinions and ideas to discuss, it made for a riveting conversation…
So The Inevitable End is your last [...]

By | Music | Monday, 1 December 2014 at 2:35 pm

Club To Club Interviews (Part 1): Dave Saved, Music

Club To Club Interviews (Part 1): Dave Saved

A couple of weeks I visited the Club To Club festival in Turin, Italy. What separates the event from others in Italy is its focus on the more experimental, avant-garde side of electronica, giving support to many of Italy’s artists while also brining in international heavyweights. In the first of a series of interviews conducted [...]

By | Music | Sunday, 30 November 2014 at 10:35 am

DJ Pied Piper: ‘People still ask me if I really really like it’, Music

DJ Pied Piper: ‘People still ask me if I really really like it’

Garage Nation’s Boiler Room special a few months ago totally blew my mind. I fell asleep streaming it, and when I woke up it was still going. Straight away I was on Twitter, saying how impressed I was that they’d been on for eight hours straight and everyone in the club was still looking fresh [...]

By | Music | Sunday, 23 November 2014 at 7:50 pm

Jim Bob and Fruitbat reveal what stopped Carter USM, Music

Jim Bob and Fruitbat reveal what stopped Carter USM

Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine has been stopped… but why now? Jim Bob and Fruit Bat reveal all ahead of their farewell show in Brixton this weekend.

By | Music | Thursday, 20 November 2014 at 9:05 am

Introducing: FALLS, Arts

Introducing: FALLS

Hailing from Deeside in North Wales, FALLS specialise in a unique amalgamation of crackpot musical ideas and invention. Citing their influences as “all of the things,” FALLS’s sound is a tricky beast to pin down, but if you were to take the wild chaotic live show of Baby Godzilla, the freaky spindly guitar lines of [...]

By | Arts, Music | Wednesday, 19 November 2014 at 1:00 pm

Saytek on his labour of love and renewed focus, Music

Saytek on his labour of love and renewed focus

aytek, AKA Joseph Keevil, doesn’t do things by halves. As well as being involved in house and techno for well over a decade, he’s a family man who juggles being a father with refining his craft and performing regularly across the UK and Europe.

By | Music | Tuesday, 18 November 2014 at 2:40 pm

Check out Al Dobson Jr’s happy hour, Arts

Check out Al Dobson Jr’s happy hour

London DJ collective Brand New Wayo kick off a new guestmix series with an hour of music from Bristol’s Al Dobson Jr.

By | Arts, Music | Monday, 17 November 2014 at 2:29 pm

Alesso: ‘I just bring good emotions to people’, Arts

Alesso: ‘I just bring good emotions to people’

Sweden’s latest prize EDM export reveals how he went from being a humble bedroom producer to passing Kanye West in the corridors of Def Jam Records.

By | Arts, Music | Monday, 17 November 2014 at 10:11 am

Why isn’t Rick James on Canada’s Walk of Fame?, Arts

Why isn’t Rick James on Canada’s Walk of Fame?

“A trip to Canada raised a few questions – like why doesn’t Rick James get given more kudos from the residents of his second home? And who actually invented ice wine… and more importantly, who likes drinking it?”

By | Arts, Music | Sunday, 16 November 2014 at 10:13 pm

Dan Ghenacia on Apollonia’s world tour and their debut album, Music

Dan Ghenacia on Apollonia’s world tour and their debut album

As one third of Apollonia Dan Ghenacia is currently embarking on a world tour of epic proportions, hitting almost every continent on the planet over the coming months to support the release of the trio’s brand new album ‘Tour à Tour’. Dan is also one of the key protagonists of Paris’ hugely influential house scene, [...]

By | Music | Thursday, 13 November 2014 at 2:39 pm

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