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Drumz Of The South: these photos document dubstep's early years

A new photography book, Drumz Of The South: The Dubstep Years 2004-2007 captures the early years of dubstep, depicting an important cultural moment in UK musical history. Charlie Bird talks to photographer Georgina Cook about the invention and excitement of the time, the influence of South London, and how that moment is influencing a new generation

Last year, in the run up to celebrating her 40th birthday, Georgina Cook reflected on Drumz Of The South; her project documenting South London’s music...

Georgina Cook chronicles the sights of the sounds in London during the genre's formative years, from DMZ to FWD>>

A Kickstarter campaign has been launched for a new photobook, 'Drumz of the South: The Dubstep Years (2004-2007)'. 

It's the work of artist and photographer...

Rob Papen’s new virtual drum synth, Punch beats its way into our hearts

Every producer’s Dutch genius Rob Papen has been a bit quiet of late, leaving many of us to wonder if and when he would grace...

New book lays bare MC Flux’s lively life

With Miller Genuine Draft...

The Republic of Korea – more commonly known as South Korea – is arguably Asia’s most defined region for electronic music. While it lacks the...

More major artists set to rock Clapham Common this August Bank Holiday Weekend

Words: Bianca Mitchell

It looks like the first hints of summer are finally here and what better way to gear up for the sunshine than...

Eats Everything press shot

Ahead of his set at our DJ Mag Miami Pool Party later this month, Eats Everything tells us about his enduring love for DJ culture and passion in digging for many forms of electronic music

There are certain gauges of enthusiasm in the DJ game that are certified and scene-recognised. For Instance, there’s the fizzy thrill of a DJ playing...

Since the international rise of acts like Black Coffee and Culoe De Song, the spotlight is shining once again in the direction of the South...

A nation defined by its innate love of house music, the Rainbow Nation is going through a renaissance which has helped spur GQOM OH! —...

The d&b stalwart has lived in the UK since he was four-years-old...

Mad Rush MC (real name: Owen Haisley), a stalwart of the Manchester drum & bass scene who has performed at events like the Warehouse Project...

From the New Jersey underground to a global sound

As New Jersey house music continues to undergo a resurgence in the UK, a new alternative manifestation of the sound is rapidly becoming a sensation...

Purveyor of digital and analog electronics, Bary Center announces his 19th release with an album on Jacktone Records. Listen to the unbounded energy and bubbling...

Bary Center will release his new album this Friday 23rd August.

Mark Williams, a multimedia artist based in Appalachia, started his Bary Center project in...

Booka Shade ahead of Brighton's Great Escape Festival

Needing little (or no) introduction, Frankfurt duo Booka Shade, Walter Merziger and Arno Kammermeier, have been setting techno and house standards since they dropped...

With Miller Genuine Draft

The Miller SoundClash competition is open to DJs of all genres.

However, with the final taking place in Las Vegas, the performing DJs will usually...

The psych-soul electronic groove of Jagwar Ma

Jagwar Ma, the Australian psych-soul electronic duo consisting of Jono Ma and Gabriel Winterfield, have been recruiting a vast array of fans via a succession of radio-friendly tracks and support slots with The xx and Foals of late. Their 'Howlin'' album is brimming with joie de vivre, and their status as THE feelgood nu baggy act of the summer — informed by electronics — seems assured.


100 years of electronic music

In March 1913 Luigi Russolo, the Italian futurist, stormed out of a classical concert in Milan and published an open letter demanding a new form of modern music.