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Next up on London’s All Centre is Lisbon techno innovator, BLEID. Hear the ruthless and  ‘Not That Hard’ now...

Since launching in August 2018, we’ve been keeping a close eye on London’s All Centre.

Launched by TT label’s DJ Pitch, the imprint has so...

Semibreve announces KMRU, Jana Rush, BLEID, more for 2022 festival

Semibreve has announced the dates for its 2022 edition, and revealed the first names on its festival programme. 


The experimental electronic music festival returns to...

Blend is a new online approach to track collaboration - join for free here...

Blend is a new way for musicians and producers to get together to find, share and collaborate on music projects in their native (source) format...

Proceeds from the release will go to supporting the community radio station's upkeep

Lisbon community radio station Rádio Quântica has released a new compilation via Bandcamp, featuring music from a number of figures connected to the local scene...

Norma Jean Bell LP cover

Detroit saxophonist, producer, and vocalist Norma Jean Bell is responsible for some of house music’s most glorious moments, and has worked alongside the likes of Moodymann, K-Hand, Ron Trent and George Clinton. Her full-length opus, 'Come Into My Room', released in 2001, proved that she really is “the baddest bitch in this room”

If you look in the ‘about’ section on Norma Jean Bell’s Facebook page, it says, simply, “I’m the baddest bitch in this room...” It's a...

Majestic, melodic blend from Systematic boss

House and techno chameleon Marc Romboy is no one trick pony.

Whether it's liquid nitrogen prog alongside Stephen Bodzin (like 'Kerberos'/'Styx' released earlier this month)...

Disclosure smashed 2013 with their blend of garage, house and pop

Best of British Breakthrough Producers and Best Remix award winners last year, brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence have now bagged Best Album for their debut...

The long-running Glasgow club night is a perfect blend of great residents, guests, sound and crowd...

Just what are the key ingredients to a decent club night? A big name headliner is not nearly enough. A nice club space isn’t either...

Manchester's electro tyrants autoKratz are crushing dancefloors with iron heels, subjugating soundsystems with their sick blend of riotous machine noise and perfect pop melodies.

We first became mindful of David Cox (vocals/guitars) and Russell Crank’s (machines/guitars) dictatorial might with their 2008 mini-album ‘Down And Out In Paris And London’...

Toronto's E-Saggila captures a chaotic blend of hardcore, industrial techno, noise and ambient electronics on new album, ‘My World My Way’. Listen to the harrowing...

Opal Tapes affiliate E-Saggila will release her new album, 'My World My Way, via Varg and  Anthony Linell's Northern Electronics label next month.

The experimental six-track release...

Semibreve announces full music programme for 2022 festival

Braga festival Semibreve has shared the full music programme for its 12th edition, scheduled to take place later this year.


Among the final names added...

UK producer Will Holland shot to fame as Quantic with a blend of lush electronic beats and fiery Afrobeat rhythms. Then a trip to Colombia...

After years making live funk, reggae and cumbia influenced by his experience there, he's returned to the Quantic moniker and to the world of electronic...

Dutch DJ/producer Dannic is making the world's biggest clubs and festivals shake with his masterful blend of funkier house grooves with EDM bombast. Pumping out...

It’s not often you hear EDM producers utter the names Van Morrison and The Police and labels such as Motown when asked the obligatory ‘musical...

Next up on All Centre is Texas-born, London-based producer and Noods Radio regular, Alexis. Hear the warped, ghostly techno cut, ‘Tesseract’, now

Emerging UK label All Centre’s first release of 2020 comes from Texas-born, London-based producer and Noods Radio regular, Alexis.

The EP, ‘Refractions’, follows releases on...

The two producers will release collaborative EP next month.

Daniel Avery and Volte-Face are collaborating together on an EP as Rote. The pair say that they’ve worked together to produce "club EPs with minimal fanfare...