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With his DJ sets and productions that meld grime, techno, jungle and avant-garde experimentalism, Mumdance is one of the most original artists in UK dance...

Few DJs represent the spirit of UK dance music like Jack Adams does. A lifelong student of hardcore, drum & bass and grime, he is...

Big Zuu and Colossal Squid are also confirmed for the London showcase...  

Gaika will headline Roundhouse Rising Festival 2019 with a ten-piece ensemble. 

South London's rising star of dancehall-experimental beats, who dropped a startlingly fresh mixtape in...

There will be two performances from the The Metropole Orchestra Academy...

Tomorrowland will celebrate their 15 year anniversary with two 'Symphony of Unity' performances on 21st and 28th July.

The 'Symphony of Unity' experiences, highlighting The...

Fashion and dance music collide thanks to Electronic Poet

We heart collaborations, we love to see unity and equality taking place. It's a simple message and one to strive for.


Menswear brand, Electronic Poet...

We investigate the experimental electronic music festival

Unsound Festival is an annual forward thinking celebration of experimental music and art that's based in Poland, with a New York offshoot that's just wrapped...

Time to own a piece of techno history...

To make way for Berghain's new entrance hall, the club has taken the decision to take down the club's iconic mural and sell the pieces...

Uplifting melodies, massive breakdowns, a thousand arms raised aloft waiting for the drop — these tropes have ensured trance has remained popular for nearly 30...

Since its birth in the early ‘90s, trance has been a mainstay of clubland. DJs and clubbers alike have found its charms — the planet-sized...

Leftroom boss Matt Tolfrey on taking his album on the road

Leftroom may be over five years old now, serving as a sturdy source of techno and stripped back house during the latter part of the...

30 years ago, a multicultural trio who found delights on New York City dancefloors released a single that merged funk, pop, and disco in a...

In a dance music world fractured into sub genres and micro niches, there are two things that unite global clubbers in love and admiration: a...

With a punk attitude, impressive live shows, and an ever-shifting psychedelic yet dancefloor-friendly sound, Red Axes have brought a breath of fresh air to the...

"When the sun is shining, life can be really dark,” says Dori Sadovnik, one half of Israeli gothic dance duo Red Axes. He’s talking about the...

Its first release is an audio essay by sound artist Justin Barton and the late theorist Mark Fisher...

Hyperdub is launching a new sub-label called Flatlines.

The label will focus on spoken word pieces, with its inaugural release coming courtesy of philosopher and...

17 years of the Icelandic artist's vocal recordings have been drawn upon for the piece

Björk has produced an AI-assisted choral piece to be played in the lobby of New York City hotel Sister City.

Titled 'Kórsafan', the piece uses Microsoft...

Masters At Work, Channel One, SHERELLE, Shanti Celeste, more added to We Out Here line-up 2022

Gilles Peterson's We Out Here festival has revealed more acts set to join its third edition in Cambridgeshire later this year.


Joining the 80 artists...

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Ahead of his UK and European tour, Point Blank caught up with singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jack Garratt to find out exactly how his live show...

Royal-T is part of grime's next generation

With a fair few releases under his belt for labels like Butterz and No Hats No Hoods and remixes for cats like Zinc and Katy...