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Murlo’s Coil Records readies a stunning narrative EP of glimmering electronics from Irish producer Clu, with a new track out every day this week. Hear...

The next release on Murlo’s Coil records comes from Irish producer, Clu.

‘Always Forever’ marks the first new music from the artist since 2016, with...

The techno-loving south coast outpost gets your vote...

Maybe it's because it's just that tiniest bit nearer Europe than the rest of the country, but Southampton's Junk Club has always gravitated towards a...

Cheap guestlist for London launch with Richy Ahmed and Droog

Since re-opening last August, Edmonton's Club Warehouse has gone from from funky house haven to North East London's choice spot for decent deep house.

The...

Just Jack, Bristol

Remember a time when Bristol wasn’t part of the Holy Grail with London and Berlin as a triumvirate of electronic cool? No, us neither, but that was the case around seven years ago, with the glowing embers of a once great d&b scene the only thing to really be keeping the city on the map at all.

fabric

In 2012 it seems that Fabric’s biggest competitor has been the new phenomenon of ‘TBA’. From overground electro to underground techno parties, promoters in the capital have been looking to keep their parties fresh by exploring as many unused venues as possible and simply listing them as To Be Announced right up until the last minute.

Police raid 93 Feet East

Popular East London nightspot, 93 Feet East on Brick Lane was raided by the Metropolitan Police at the weekend as part of Operation Condor - a capital-wide crackdown on licensing issues.

We go underground with the Geordie techno upstarts

The product of a good few months planning and a decent slab of sickening anticipation, the still relatively new Newcastle night Jaunt> finally offered up...

New York's nightlife could be on the mend with the opening of new club Element. Here's a report and some pics from the opening weekend.

New York's nightlife could be on the mend if the opening weekend of new nightclub Element in East Village is anything to go by.

There...

Best of British 2015, educated by Point Blank

OTHER NOMINEES
DANCE TUNNEL, LONDON
BLACK BOX, BIRMINGHAM
CORSICA STUDIOS, LONDON
PATTERNS, BRIGHTON

UNDERGROUND SOUNDS
It’s been another huge year for Glasgow’s underground clubbing jewell...

DC's hottest and largest new venue, Echostage has taken charge of the nation's capital...

It might be home to the White House, but in recent years Washington has lacked strong leadership in terms of its club scene. That all...

Actress, Lone and Untold at Them, Corsica Studios

There’s a charming lack of pretension to Corsica Studios. It’s a maze of corridors, a pair of dark rooms filled with little more than speakers, smoke and sweaty bodies, a bar that’s never less than nine-deep and a chilly smoking area. And it’s all tucked under a railway arch, in Elephant & Castle – a place that makes south Detroit look like a Babylonian garden.

The climactic closing party

Having garnered a reputation as one of London's — if not Europe's — leading Sunday day parties, Secretsundaze have lined up two pioneering figures in...

Oval Space, London

If there's one particular 'crew' within the world of house and techno that always seems to spark a wave of excitement and anticipation when they announce they'll be throwing a party in London (or anywhere else for that matter), it's the Innervisions gang.

Where does a string of venue closures leave the capital?

The abrupt news of the closure of London's Cable at the hand of Network Rail repossession and plans for redevelopment sent shockwaves across the capital this May. Coming just two months after the dramatic closure of 93 Feet East and during the midst of an ongoing wrangle between private property developers and Ministry Of Sound, it's left London's clubs lined up a lot like sitting ducks, prompting clubbers to ask a flurry of pressing questions.

CLR boss lines up for six-hour marathon

If CLR's last London warehouse party brought you close to the edge, you should try this one for size. Just you, us, a few thousand techno junkies and the bossman Chris Liebing, getting all sweaty for six hours straight, in a Shoreditch warehouse on Saturday 23rd February. Enough to make any true minimal man soil his pants.