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Has the real identity of Banksy just been revealed...

Goldie has potentially confirmed the real identity of mysterious graffiti artist Banksy, in a new interview with Scroobius Pip on his weekly Distraction Pieces podcast...

It's a reworked version of the musician's Help95 artwork

Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja AKA 3D has launched a limited print sale for War Child's Gaza Appeal.

In a continuation of Massive Attack's two-decade...

Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja releases new print in aid of International Rescue Committee

Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja, AKA 3D, has released two new prints in aid of the International Rescue Committee, the global humanitarian aid, relief and development NGO that...

The Feed The Frontline campaign continues to support those who need it most during the pandemic

Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja AKA 3D has released a collection of limited edition prints in aid of Bristol Food Union’s Feed The Frontline campaign...

Hot Creations' young new talent

Groove is a word that keeps cropping up whenever the name Robert James is mentioned. Handy that when you just so happen to be one...

A series of four 12" vinyl releases set for release through Cómeme

Matias Aguaya is set to release a series of four 12” releases entitled ‘El Rudo Del House’; round one is set for release on March...

Mall Grab, Gerd Janson and more will also play...

Having recently brought to a close its biggest In:Motion series yet, Bristol promoter Motion has started trailing plans for its 10th anniversary season with a...

Acid techno don's most influential records

Poland-born Babicz moved to Germany when he was seven, and began making acid-inspired techno music under the name Rob Acid in the early '90s.

The on-the-road diary of the world's top DJs treading the globe

For Mobilee boss Anja Schneider, recent gigs include Mexico, France and Romania, and then there is time required in the studio putting together robust tech funk numbers like her own 'Diagonal' (out now), as well as the marketing, promo-ing and mastering of label mates like Rodriguez Jnr and Sebo K and Ray Okpara. She's a very busy girl, indeed!

Detroit legend speaks out

Robert Hood was a member of Underground Resistance, the legendary militant visionary techno collective from Detroit. After leaving UR in the early 1990s, Robert pioneered a minimalist form of techno — along with Daniel Bell, Richie Hawtin etc — in reaction to the increasingly hardcore “too ravey” twists and turns that techno was taking.

Hypercolour boss launches new Initials label: exclusive mix and interview

Ste Roberts might not yet be as well known as producer as Alex Jones, one of his partners behind new label Initials, but that's soon...

Tackling extraordinary challenges and pitfalls in his life, Detroit’s Robert Hood is a passionate advocate for the transformative power of electronic music. An ordained Christian minister, we meet him in Berlin after...

In the early hours of the morning on November 10, 1938, anti-Semitic rioting raged across Nazi Germany, in a pogrom that saw more than 100 Jews killed and 267...

'Owl & The Butterfly'

Poland-born, Cologne-based Robert Babicz has been refining his dangerously effective, no-frills strain of techno since the '90s, with outings on Kompakt, Treibstoff and Bedrock to...

Robert and Lyric Hood channel crucial voices of Black activism into their new split EP on M-Plant. Hear Robert Hood’s rousing techno anthem, ‘The Struggle’...

Robert and Lyric Hood will release a new split EP on M-Plant on 14th August. 

With one track from Floorplan (Robert and daughter Lyric together)...

Win a release on Babiczstyle Records

Robert Babicz's Babiczstyle label was set up as a means to release the vast body of material written for his live sets but he's...