I’ve not heard many bands that had quite the same kick as Pendulum did. Their unbelievable fusion of metal guitars and house-typical synths were unmatchable – and then I found Parachute Youth.
Just when you thought The Cultural Exposé’s handpicked weekends couldn’t get any more varied, the next three days has ensured we’ll be having a ball celebrating Japanese culture
Howdy, adventurers – we’re out of town this weekend as we’re making our way to Amsterdam to run hard (and play harder), but we leave you with a brilliant weekend that looks a little something like this: hip-hop dance by the good man Jonzi D, a fashion exhibition dedicated to sneakers, a new eatery in West that we’ll be having brunch at fairly soon, and two creative festivals that’ll remind you why Autumn’s going to be the best season of the year. Enjoy!
As soon as Education Secretary, Michael Gove speaks, most of the education establishment is so busy automatically loathing him and finding fault with his every word that they forget to listen to what he is actually saying.
Like most people, Santigold was expecting a wild dose of hedonism when she made her first trip to Ibiza.
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Infinity Ink are Luca C and Ali Love, a duo who have been friends for over a decade. Having both come from musical backgrounds, working as session musicians, performing in bands and so forth individually – as well as writing songs together for a while, they started making electronic music a couple of years ago and have excelled. Their latest track, Infinity, is a ridiculously catchy and simple affair, perfect for the dancefloor and one of my favourite tracks so far this year. I recently spent an afternoon with them, discussing their careers both past and present…
Between DJing, producing and promoting Daniel Avery leads a busy life, but far from being jaded, the 26-year-old from Bournemouth is incredibly appreciative of his situation.
“The reaction to Fever has far surpassed my expectations,” says 23-year-old B. Traits when asked about her debut single, one of the most anticipated dance tracks of the year.
Back in 2009, an unknown producer going by the name of Deadboy burst on to the scene with a track called ‘U Cheated’ which went on to be supported by a host of respected underground DJs. But before then the producer was creating an array of music, from grime and garage to house and techno.
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