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Leeds producer Bertie debuts on Manchester’s Noire State with two cuts of sharp, spritely breaks and bass. Hear  ‘Oh Ur Gonna Love (and Squeeze)’ now

Leeds-based DJ and producer Bertie will release a new two-tracker, ‘Tinyard’, via Manchester’s Noire State label this month. 

Marking the label’s third release, and Bertie’s...

A chat with the Northern Irish techno king

After making a name as a hard house DJ, with his own show on Radio 1, Fergie became disillusioned with the genre and sought out...

The weird world of Mark Henning

As Panorama Bar’s 24-hour party people continue to lure the cream of British producers to Berlin, having Anglo-German heritage is probably the closest you...

WIN an all expenses paid trip to go clubbing in Cologne!

Want to win an all expenses paid trip to Cologne’s favourite nightclub, Bootshaus? Want to take your best mate with you too? Watch the video...

Bringing German clubbing to London...

Berlin Berlin kicks off 2017 with a true legend of the German capital — André Galluzzi.

Having held residences at Berlin's finest dance institutions, including...

The American hip-hop legend is set to perform a Public Enemy Radio set this Sunday

Public Enemy’s Chuck D will play a Public Enemy Radio set at Bernie Sanders’ rally on Sunday 1st March in California. The event has been...

London theatre company confirms musical biopic of hip-hop trio 

Camden People's Theatre is set to debut a brand new musical this winter, that profiles the life and career of legendary hip-hop trio, The Beastie...

Marquee resident and EDM A-lister speaks out

Las Vegas’s dance music gold rush has seen buzzword clubs flip quicker than a winning hand at a hot table. But it’s Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub that’s gobbled up more column inches than any other. That’s down in no small part to the Who’s Who of DJ residents they’ve brought in. That, in clip-note form, is what’s brought us here today: a sit-down and pow-wow about Marquee, the universe and other things with one of their resident elite. Step forward Jeffrey Sutorius, DJ, frontman, mouthpiece and best-known-face of trance trio Dash Berlin. And a man it transpires that, like Las Vegas, has seen some boom and bust of his own.

The group said they would be "moving forward" without Flavor Flav

Public Enemy have fired Flavor Flav following a disagreement over hopeful US presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders.

Founding member of hip-hop group Public Enemy, alongside Chuck...

OST is a new club opening in November in Friedrichshain...

Berlin is getting a new techno temple, as it’s been announced that a club called OST is set to open in the city on Saturday...

The organisation believes PCR tests offer an appropriate level of safety in the current climate

Berlin's dancing ban is being contested by the city's Clubcommission, which is calling for the policy to be revoked and replaced with mandatory PCR testing...

Tempelhof Airport set to host epic 48-hour party

The cultural eclecticism and spirit of Berlin has been well and truly captured in the arrangements for this year’s installment of the Berlin Festival.

Commencing...

Aïsha Devi, Pauline Oliveros, Fis, Peder Mannerfelt, J.G Biberkopf & more are lined up

Berlin’s CTM Festival has revealed the first acts on its 2016 line-up.

Among the names announced so far are FIS, Peder Mannerfelt, JG Biberkopf, Pauline...

Robert Hood, Ricardo Villalobos, Henrik Schwarz & so much more!

Following on from a debut season at Amnesia, HYTE is putting on a series of events to bring in the new year in Berlin.

Beginning...

Berlin fest reaches 14th edition

Starting out as a musical side-project of Berlin's digital arts festival Transmediale, CTM.13 looks forward to its 14th edition this month. Hinged on the theme The Golden Age, it'll use electronic expression to challenge contemporary conceptions in a constantly progressing world driven by mass media. Have we ever had it so good? Things ain't that simple...