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.
London DJ collective Brand New Wayo kick off a new guestmix series with an hour of music from Bristol’s Al Dobson Jr.
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.
“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?”
When I think of books by Iain Sinclair, I think not just of the plump, respectable lead title hardbacks from Granta and Hamish Hamilton that have been coming with happy regularity the last decade and a half, and neither of the well-thumbed Vintage paperbacks that I first read him in, but also of the strange [...]
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, [...]
Exeter based three-piece Black Foxxes are gearing up to independently release their debut EP ‘Pines’, on 24th November. Its 5 tracks are remarkably accomplished, flitting effortlessly between delicate mournful angst and raw distressed rage, often within a single verse. That these transitions feel completely natural would be a stunning achievement even for a veteran act [...]
Roberto is a techno producer whose roots are in drum n bass. His lifestyle is of particular interest as he holds down a full-time job, a marriage and recently became a father for the first time, while juggling his production and DJ endeavours. We met sometime ago and finally got round to having a chat [...]
All book design – like all craft, all art – is a shuttling negotiation between tradition and experiment, the way it was and the way it might be. As a result, it might sometimes seem as if this blog is fixated with the retro mode in design, with books that look more than a little [...]
This week Club 2 Club returns to Turin in Italy, with a superb line-up made up of electronic and pop acts who push the boundaries of both genres. It’s a great concept that utilises the city’s many club spaces to give every artist a chance to shine, while offering visitors a glimpse at new [...]
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