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‘Voodoo Ray’ man collabs with rave author at Manchester literary music fest

Louder Than Words is a new alternative literary festival “celebrating words — oral, written and published — associated with the music industry”. It’s taking place...

Legendary Dance Energy TV host assembles an all-star line-up!

Normski, the host of groundbreaking '90s BBC2 TV show Dance Energy, is going back on the air again for a session on DJ Mag TV. ...

He's hoping to fight back against the "unauthorised exploitation" of his music

A Guy Called Gerald is planning to take action over the alleged "unauthorised exploitation" of his music by UK label Rham Records.

Last month...

Rham Records has refuted the producer's allegations

Gerald Simpson, aka A Guy Called Gerald, says he has never been paid for his 1988 single 'Voodoo Ray' or his 1989 album, 'Hot Lemonade'...

More names in the new wave of residents include Laurel Halo, Timedance, Move D, and Aurora Halal...

The mighty Rinse FM has announced a vast new wave of residents station’s summer season featuring the likes of Jackmaster, Laurel Halo, Barely Legal and...

We talk to Guy Williams about his first ever gig

“My first gig was for a pub/bar in Manchester called the Athenaeum, which was a former bank, a really amazing grand venue. They started having...

The flamboyant electronic sound of San Francisco’s dancefloors soundtracked gay liberation in the '70s and '80s, even as its community faced decimation as a result...

Deep in the vaults of the San Francisco GLBT Historical Society and Museum Archives, a modest wooden crate glows with the importance of a sacred ...

Fedde Le Grand brand new single, interview and on-the-road footage

No wonder Dutch superstar DJ Fedde Le Grand’s new track is called ‘So Much Love’. Watch the video, which shows him playing to crowds of...

The Dutch housemeister on his remix comp, FLG TV, his exclusive free live mix and more

Having been touring the world with a camera crew in tow, Fedde Le Grand remains as big as possibly made-up his name suggests. His series...

Dutch DJ/ producer Fedde Le Grand's tips for ADE

He might be best known for putting his “hands up for Detroit” but Dutch producer Fedde Le Grand also holds a torch aloft for Amsterdam...

Before his death in 1982, Patrick Cowley produced some of the American gay underground's most thrilling dance music, from chart-topping disco to radical club tracks...


There’s a notorious scene in 1980 thriller Cruising that might be the best fictional time capsule we have of a wanton, unfettered gay dance floor...

On the eve of the label's 100th release, we talk to Romboy about turning his back on the mainstream and returning to his roots, his...

Marc Romboy is one of the most prolific and diverse DJ/producers around. From his early '90s house beginnings through a spell in pop music and...

We catch up with former Miller SoundClash winners ahead of this year’s competition

Mexican duo, Tom & Collins won the first ever Miller SoundClash back in 2014. Since then, they have worked as ambassadors for the competition, returning...

We speak to the Protocol don

He played his first DJ set by the age of 19 and his first record, ‘Funktion One’ came out when he was just 20. In the few short years since he has set up his own label Protocol Recordings, presents weekly shows on Protocol Radio and more recently started a management division. Randomly selecting fans phone numbers Nicky drops calls to them during his show because, “for me the radio show is one of the most important things, it really is the bridge between me and the fans,” he explains

With their 13-week XOYO residency in London now in full flow, we chat to Belfast-bred duo Bicep about starting trends, busting genre tags and curating...

From on-trend bloggers to trend-setting DJs, the Bicep duo are about as iconic as it gets in underground music. That bold muscular stamp has been...