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The London venue faces closure during the coronavirus lockdown

The Jazz Cafe in London has launched a crowdfunding campaign to save the space from permanent closure.

The Camden venue, which marks its 30th anniversary...

It's due to relaunch on 24th May...

Camden's iconic Jazz Cafe is set to reopen on 24th May. 

To celebrate the venue's relaunch, the Jazz Cafe will host a wicked two-week opening...

But the 30-year-old institution says the move is not sustainable in the mid or long-term 

London's Jazz Cafe is set to reopen this month as a seated venue, with capacity limited to socially distanced crowds of 151, split between 92...

Fast-rising Irish producer Rebūke debuts on Hot Creations with ‘Along Came Polly’. Hear the much-hyped title track now...

Emerging DJ/producer/promoter Rebūke will make his debut on Jamie Jones’ Hot Creations this Friday 7th December.

The Letterkenny native has had considerable hype around him...

Funk-dripped drum & bass head plays us his most inspiring tracks

Always that most steadfastly independent genre, today drum & bass is splintered into a panoply of micro camps. In one corner, the giant, fizzy-pop electro chords and high fructose rushes of labels like Hospital; in another, the clipped, dark minimalism and sub bass caverns of its most underground soldiers, the Critical crew.

Camden Crawl returns on June 20th & 21st

Camden Crawl returns to take over north London once again this time with an even bigger line up than before.

Across 25 venues, the likes...

On Cue is our flagship mix series, celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their...

“My parents were really big record collectors and they were serious about it — so much so, that they had separate collections,” deep house innovator...

We catch a few minutes with Cobblestone Jazz...

Cobblestone Jazz are one of those prolific groups who've secured a place right in the pounding heart of the creative techno industry. Their '23 Seconds'...

Fred P revives his Black Jazz Consortium project with a new album of lush house inspired by traditional Brazilian sounds. Hear ‘Another Path’ now

Fred P will release ‘Evolution of Light’, his first full-length Black Jazz Consortium LP since 2013, on 7th November. 

Across 12 tracks, the Queens-born, Berlin-based...

Ahead of Jaunt at Basing House

Chicago don Mark Farina is a DJ with two distinct sides. Although he is perhaps best known by clubbers for his jacking, upbeat, chicago house sound, he is equally adored in trip hop and downtempo circles for his epic collection of Mushroom Jazz compilations.

Something’s happening on the peripheries of jazz, but what do we call it? Alanna Henry delves in to find out

In the UK, new experimental sounds born from the jazz tradition are transforming the live experience. Fusing with mainstream genres like grime, hip-hop and reggae...

Scratch supremo Jazzy Jay will be in the UK this week, demonstrating his immense scratching skills on digital interface Serato Scratch.

The legendary scratch-master Jazzy Jay is in the UK demonstrating Rane's new scratch mixer.

The hybrid TT57 SL scratch mixer incorporates Rane's Serato Scratch Live...

Legendary Ibiza hotspot holds huge anniversary party

Café Mambo have announced the line-up for an opening party that marks its 20th year as one of Ibiza’s best-loved sunset party destinations. This...

Batty Bass/Banjee Boy Realness man drops mix

Banjee Boy Realness resident and recent Batty Bass Records contributor Josh Caffe has recorded us an exclusive mix.

Smacking us with a taste of the...

Chase & Status announce new album, 'What Came Before', share single: Listen

Chase & Status have shared details of their sixth studio album, 'What Came Before'.


Spanning 13 tracks, the album features vocal contributions from Popcaan, Unknown...