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With Gatto Fritto on 19th October

After a summer break Disco Biscuit return to Bar 512, Kingsland Road, on Saturday 19th October for a much-anticipated appearance by Gatto Fritto, aka London based DJ and producer Ben Williams.

At secret East London location on Saturday 25th February

The digestive, the Hobnob, that pink wafer one... there are many biscuits that have made their mark on the world but few have touched our...

Exclusive Capracara promo mix to download

After Disco Biscuit's debut residents only party, held early last year in an old office block behind a mosque in East London, went on until...

Glitterbox's 2016 disco roadmap unveiled...

It’s taken a while for disco to get it stripes on the underground circuit in Ibiza and further afield – but since Glitterbox started hosting...

The flamboyant electronic sound of San Francisco’s dancefloors soundtracked gay liberation in the '70s and '80s, even as its community faced decimation as a result...

Deep in the vaults of the San Francisco GLBT Historical Society and Museum Archives, a modest wooden crate glows with the importance of a sacred ...

Phil Weeks

Coming from the same school of blunted MPC skill as Chicago legend DJ Sneak, Parisian house gangster Phil Weeks has earned top marks for his...

Irvine Welsh play announced

Ecstasy, Irvine Welsh's collection of short stories which looks at the love lives of disco biscuit guzzling ravers in '90s Edinburgh, has been adapted into...

Dismantle to join B.Traits, Drums of Death and Zombie Disco Squad

Last week we announced Sessions is moving round the corner to Basing House for an issue launch on Thursday 2nd May, featuring DJ sets from cover star B.Traits, Drums of Death and Zombie Disco Squad.

Jun Kamoda returns to his hip-hop roots with a new, tape recorded second album. Hear the chopped-up rhythm and sizzling melodies of ‘Post Utopia’ now

Jun Kamoda will release his second full-length album, ‘II’, next month.

Set for release on the Nagano, Japan-based artist’s own JUN RECORDS, the 12-track release...

Joe Europe

Having provided the standout track on last summer's 'We Love... Vitalik' compilation in the shape of 'Smash and Grab', Joe Europe...

British Film Institute's new dance music collaboration

The BFI – or British Film Institute – have teamed up with Noise of Art Recordings for a series of special new audio-visual projects. Combining...

Best party of the year?

We admit, we're big fans of Corsica Studios (who won best small club at last year's Best of British awards) and Trouble Vision, their...

70: Joe Roberts

DJ Mag's Joe Roberts has been DJing and putting on parties since the turn of the millennium. A resident at Chew The Fat! at The...

Scottish Soul Weekender expands for second edition

Conjured and curated by ex-DJ Mag contributor Yogi Haughton, SSW made its mark on the northern festival circuit last year. Stepping into the gap left...

One of Bristol's most successful monthly parties: 'house, techno and all things disco'

We've all thrown “shapes” on the dancefloor, but for Simon Day and his team the word has a different meaning. When they throw Shapes, rather than some solitary arms movements and a funky wiggle, they end up with a room full of groovy mentalists at it all night. Shapes is not a dance move, it's a dance movement.