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.
The choice of music at FWD’s 11th birthday, set in a basement off Brick Lane on a viscous August night, reflects the inclusivity of the modern ‘bass music’.
This week’s ones to watch look’s at the terribly named but dreamily lo-fi Abadabad and the satanic death blues of Wet Nuns, and you definitely want to be their friends.
Weymouth chanteuse, Bebe Black, may have started off making jazz and blues but in recent times has turned her vocal attentions to more electronic material. Here, we spoke to discuss working with Benga, MySpace nostalgia and comparisons to some well-known songstresses.
In around a month’s time one of Ibiza’s big clubbing institutions, Zoo Project, will hold their inaugaral festival right here in the UK.
More artists are turning to Kickstarter to get their projects off the ground. Is this busking for the digital age?
Anyone who has walked through East London is bound to have spotted a pair of enormous white teeth propping up a wall, poking round behind a lamppost, leaning against a corner…these grins belong to Sweet Toof, one of the city’s most vibrant and instantly recognisable artists.
Jeff Mills is a musician who has been at the forefront of techno music for over two decades now, having been involved with the genre since its infancy, and working as a DJ way before the music even existed.
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