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Bradley Zero has built the reputation of his Rhythm Section label and parties by nurturing quality music rather than chasing trends. On a roll, his...

“I’m just pulling onto Rye Lane,” says Bradley Zero, as he drives from his flat in Peckham to his office and studio. 

It’s usually a...

It features new tracks by Soso Tharpa, Nídia and more

Bradley Zero's Rhythm Section label is putting out a second instalment of the label's 'SHOUTS' compilation series.

Due in October, the 21-track collection places a...

The Rhythm Section crew take over DJ Mag's HQ

The Rhythm Section crew take over DJ Mag HQ with a 120-minute live stream this Friday (29th October).

It's all in celebration of the latest...

Rhythm Section don locks huge bill of live shows and club nights for a 12 week run...

Rhythm Section founder, NTS resident and BBC Radio 1 regular Bradley Zero has announced a 12 week residency at London’s XOYO.

Running every Friday from...

A comprehensive guide to the ins-and-outs of starting a label

Rhythm Section’s Bradley Zero has shared a comprehensive video masterclass on how to start a label. 

The presentation was made as part of Rhythm Section’s...

Korg unleash groundbreaking new technology that looks set to change the way DJs create and perform music with their computers. They combine Midi control, audio...

At the NAMM equipment show in Aneheim on 18th January 2007, Korg launched a new line of digital mixers designed for computer-based production and performance....

Bradley Zero and Nathanael Williams are opening a new Hi-Fi music bar, Jumbi, in Peckham

Rhythm Section founder Bradley Zero and Nathanael Williams, one-half of producer duo The Colours That Rise, are opening a new music bar in Peckham, South...

If your laptop takes a regular battering, then check out these cases.

now. The online demo video shows these bags being thrown down a flight of stairs and off the back of a truck without even a...

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Bradley Zero has shared a new online workshop that delves into how to launch and run a record label.


On Friday, 18th February, the Rhythm...

The "uniquely magical experience" is set for Bulgaria in July...

Meadows in the Mountains has locked its full line-up for 2019.

The festival, which promises a "uniquely magical experience" in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria...

'Tiny Stars' ahead of FarmFestival 2014

Free track alert! UK veteran Leo Zero is gearing up to smash FarmFestival 2014 this weekend so to get you in the mood he's given...

New improved third version

Finding a vocalist to use on your potential dancefloor-busting killer tune isn’t quite as easy as it seems, as to every Adele there are a hundred Cheryl Coles. So what is a budding producer to do when Adele and Aretha are not in the phone book? Well Zero G have an answer — Avanna, the third installation of their virtual vocalist sample library/software.

At Dalston Superstore on Friday 5th April

Banjee Boy Realness return to the East End's pioneering Dalston Superstore on Friday 5th April with more annihilating rhythms and special guest Leo Zero who has been at the forefront of club culture since the UK’s acid house explosion.

Crosstown Rebels hold 24-hour Mayan fiesta

Scene-shaping dance label Crosstown Rebels have just announced that their Mayan-themed Day Zero festival will return on January 10th 2015.

The 24-hour electronic extravaganza...

1700 royalty-free samples

London has delivered its fair share of hit records over the years, so it sort of makes sense that Zero-G and Xfonic have got together to dish up a rather tasty London-inspired sample pack. 'The London Sessions' contains around 1700 royalty-free samples from some of the best session musicians around, ensuring that producers that use this pack are getting not only an authentic sound but a true slice of real musicianship.