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The damage following the recent Yorkshire floods is extensive

The team behind Sheffield's much-loved Sinai Sound System has launched a crowdfunding campaign after the recent Yorkshire floods caused extensive water damage to the system...

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Bowers & Wilkins launch new soundsystem at Primavera Sound Festival...

Not content with suppling many a home with some serious sound as well as being the speaker of choice in high class studio’s around the world Bowers and Wilkins have now turned their attention and industry know how into festival sound systems!

Bowers & Wilkins Sound System returns to Primavera Festival Barcelona

Those guys at Bowers & Wilkins can’t get enough of the Primavera Festival, for the last few years the Bowers & Wilkins Sound System has taken pride of place at Barcelona’s amazing Primavera Festival and this year they are back at the newly created Beach Club at the Parc del Forum site.

Bowers & Wilkins drop the bomb at Primavera with their new Sound System

If you were lucky enough to be at Primavera a few weeks ago, you may have noticed something rather special in the form of an...

Bowers and Wilkins return to Primavera with their lush sounding Sound System

Bowers and Wilkins make a welcomed return to the Primavera Festival for another instalment of the rather wonderful Sound System that made its debut at last year’s festival.

He was 88 years old

British sound system culture pioneer Count Shelly has died.

Count Shelly, real name Ephraim Barrett, has passed away aged 88, a relative confirmed. 

Barrett moved...

The most refined festival sound system ever...

The brains behind Brilliant Corners, the home of London's only audiophile sound system, have unveiled their new travelling sound system, Giants Steps.

The aim of...

A number of Iration Steppas reissues will also be made available on vinyl ahead of the film's release

Leeds-based sound system and production duo Iration Steppas are to be the focus of a new documentary.

'Ina Vanguard Style', a film from Dubquake Records...

Stay True Sounds logo on a pink background

South Africa’s biggest independent label is taking house music to new heights and changing the lives of local artists in the process. Alongside a mix of tracks from its catalogue, founder Kid Fonque speaks to Kitty Amor about the rise and rise of Stay True Sounds

Over the past six years, three words have come to dominate any conversation about South African electronic music: Stay True Sounds. Recognised as the biggest...

Stanton launches new SC digital control System for DJs

The quest for the perfect DJ system of 2008 continues with Stanton stepping into the game with a complete package of products carrying the tag...

DiY sound system

Throughout the ’90s, the DiY Sound System put on countless free events, ran a recording studio and two record labels, and took their hedonistic parties around the world. Here, Harold Heath speaks to co-founder Harry Harrison about his new book, Dreaming in Yellow: The Story of the DiY Sound System, and the collective's trailblazing legacy in the free party movement

The origins of DiY Sound System date back to a mid-‘80s England that was a very different place to how it is in 2022. In...

Album of the Month: Dance System ‘In Your System’

Dance System pens a club-ready love letter to Daft Punk’s filter house and the Chicago sounds that inspired it on his new album, ‘In Your System’

As one of the founders of Night Slugs, James Connolly — formerly known as L-Vis 1990 — helped usher in the post-dubstep era of deconstructed...

Vintage '90s images taken from old free party events

In the summer of 1989, DiY collective — one of the first house sound systems in the UK — emerged onto the rave scene. In this excerpt taken from founding member Harry Harrison's book, Dreaming in Yellow, he discusses DiY's role within that movement, and the importance of free parties during the '90s rave scene

Much has been written and debated over the years about just why the concept of a ‘free’ party was so important. Much more than simply...

Cadenza boss returns to Leeds to play Mint Club

Luciano: the man who grew tired of the soulless monotony of minimal, reinvigorated the techno scene by re-injecting juicy house grooves back into the...