Dark Sky have developed a shadowy, earthy sound reminiscent of the London city streets where they now host a NTS radio slot every other week. Their latest release sees them join forces with Ben Westbeech’s house music alter ego, Breach, for an EP engulfed in outright two-stepping bounciness. We talked about polar bears, the joys of tax-free busking and grime deviant, Trim.
A number of weeks ago Emeralds kicked the bucket. Cherished by their fans, championed by the critics.
Scandinavia’s music industry is on the up. Thanks to oil money, government investment, and streaming services – the suits are smiling. But at the By:Larm conference in Oslo delegates and speakers are still depressed. We’ve been here before.
Dexplicit plans to release twelve instrumental EPs over the next 12 months, with the first coming out at the end of February.
Unlike the stars of most sporting professions, in the music world there is rarely an age at which someone should retire.
Amidst what protrudes as a barren D&B existence in Canada, filmmaker and producer Rene LaVice has crafted a gritty fusion of early 90s, Dilinja-esque material that had the likes of Andy C purring. Since late last year, he’s been hard at work churning out an album parallel to the energy of his tracks. We caught up to talk Rodney Mullen, saving beautiful girls and documentaries.
There are few club events in London that have lasted as long as Wiggle and that have managed to maintain such a staunch music policy. The club night started out 19 years ago and, like many parties, as a slightly illegal party just for friends but it soon grew into a legitimate promotion. Here is a special interview with Wiggle resident DJ Terry Francis.
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.
Pioneering German electronic group Kraftwerk will perform eight albums from their back catalogue chronologically over successive nights at the Tate Modern in London in February, in a groundbreaking residency featuring audio and 3D visuals.
If you stepped foot in a club – or even a bar that plays music – in the late noughties, you’ll remember Ian Greenidge, better known by his alias ‘Donae’o', and his hugely popular track ‘Party Hard’
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