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It's out on wax from 3rd March...

Krystal Klear is an artist on the rise. He's released on All City Records, Rinse, Eglo, MadTech, and Cold Tonic, alongside curating his monthly show...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

He had been battling cancer

British-born, Berlin-based DJ/producer and writer Jonty Skrufff has passed away. 

The news was shared by his partner and fellow Berlin DJ Fidelity Kastrow in a...

Photography exhibition and disco parties are go

Mirror balls at the ready! To celebrate the release of the forthcoming compilation, 'Deep Disco Culture Volume 2', out 19th November on Suss'd Records, an...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

We catch up with the inlfuential post-punk icon

AFTER his post-punk Pop Group project, madcap genius Mark Stewart started working with dub warrior Adrian Sherwood (On-U Sound) on his groundbreaking, influential ‘Learning To Cope With Cowardice’ album. Released in 1982 and shot through with experimental dub and polemic, he then got into early hip-hop for his following three albums

We chat to the Dublin-born Hoya:Hoya resident to learn more about his penchant for the vocal, love of New York dance music — and the...

Freshly signed to Rinse with a massive tune set to run dancefloors and radios this spring, and with huge tracks for Kerri Chandler's Madtech doing the rounds, Krystal Klear's disco-informed house is more in vogue than ever

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

Photographer Stuart Linden Rhodes, known mononymously Linden, spent the ‘90s capturing the queer clubbing scene in the north of England on his camera. Now his...

Throughout the 1990s, Stuart Linden Rhodes was a teacher by day and a writer and photographer covering the north’s gay clubbing scene at night. In...

Ikonika's back with a fresh electro-funk sound.

Far from retro, she's dragged us into a new digital dimension. We talk pop, reshaping history and optimistic futures with one of the world's most forward-thinking producers...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

New album and live dates from the Mancunian post-punkers

Formed in 1979 from the ashes of punk, and named after a Brian Eno lyric, A Certain Ratio’s influential blend of punk, funk, disco...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

Róisín Murphy is back with her fifth solo album, ‘Róisín Machine’. Carl Loben catches up with her to talk artistic exhibitionism, lockdown videos, her early...

When Róisín Murphy performed at the massive 10,000-capacity queer warehouse rave Homobloc in November, she was readying her latest solo album, ‘Róisín Machine’ — her...

S'Express 'Theme From S'Express' (Rhythm King)

Mark Moore grew up in London and got into music at a young age. After his mother, who uprooted from South Korea after the Korean...