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Wordcolour

Wordcolour has released his debut album, 'The trees were buzzing, and the grass.', on Houndstooth. Check it out below. 


The album features contributions from percussionist...

The Sound Of: Kindergarten Records

New York’s Kindergarten Records has become an essential outpost for hard-to-define, easy-to-dance-to club music in just two short years. Alongside a mix from its catalogue, founder Ma Sha tells Sophie McNulty how friendship and a sense of fun are at the heart of the imprint

“When people open up our Bandcamp page, they can expect this welcoming vibe that’s like, ‘Are you ready to go on an adventure with us?’”...

Selections: Gabrielle Kwarteng

In this series, Selections, we invite DJs, producers and label heads to dig into their digital crates and share the contents of their collections. This week, Panorama Bar regular Gabrielle Kwarteng spotlights jacking and enchanting house tracks for the dancefloor

If you’ve been to Berghain’s Panorama Bar recently, there’s a good chance you’ve danced to a DJ set from Gabrielle Kwarteng. The New York-born, Berlin-based...

Wordcolour announces debut album on Houndstooth

UK producer Wordcolour has shared details of his debut album, ''The trees were buzzing, and the grass.'


Out on 24th June, the 10-track album features ...

Album covers from electronic music film soundtracks

Exploring the history of cinema, Martin Guttridge-Hewitt compiles 11 landmark electronic music movie soundtracks, arranged in chronological order, each of which earned its place on sonic merit, and significance in the canon of music and movies

When Bebe and Louis Barron presented their music for Forbidden Planet, Fred Wilcox's 1956 adaptation of The Tempest, the sounds were so alien...

Just one example of the Fake Documentary Realism that guided production techniques

In order to achieve the highest level of realism and authenticity, a sound engineer opted to "swallow" a microphone in a bid to help perfect...

Seoul’s Closet Yi records a cosmic mix of propulsive prog house, dreamstate techno and electro for the Fresh Kicks series, and chats to Eoin Murray...

After a devastating accident, musician Dax Pierson spent years rehabilitating himself, and working towards a hyper-personal sound. With his latest album, ‘Nerve Bumps (A Queer...

Deep in the manzanita-studded woodlands of Northern California, there’s a scenic resort where gold miners once bathed in restorative mineral springs, and queer hippies sought...

Ariel Zetina’s DJ sets and productions have earned her a residency at Chicago's legendary Smart Bar, and seen her release EPs on labels like itsfemmeculture...

From the underground mixtape beatmakers, to those crossing over into the rap mainstream and drill scenes at home and abroad, Colin Gannon asks — who...

Like dance music, rap has a tendency to splinter into specialised subgenres. Back in 2012, Chicago producers Young Chop, DJ L and Smylez began warping...

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...

Tasha's Neighbourhood label presents its fifth release in the form of 'The Hive : Volume 1'. Listen to dBridge's swirling, sci-fi take on UK techno, 'Austin...

dBridge will feature on the forthcoming Neighbourhood compilation, 'The Hive : Volume 1'.

DJ, producer and promoter Tasha, whos Neighbourhood parties are coming up to...

When an artist goes silent for five years, one begins to wonder if they’ve fled the scene altogether. But not iconic house producer, Perseus, who...

Perseus returned in January 2018 with the effervescent electronica cut, 'Lightwave', a motion which, after a three-year hiatus, also marked the official return of his...

The legendary complex is said to be “wholly unsuitable for the 21st century”...

The BBC is set to close down its iconic Maida Vale Studios as the broadcaster prepares to relocate to East London.

In a staff-wide email...

In a new, in-depth interview, the techno wizard talks all things future...

Jeff Mills has given his thoughts on the future of music, among other things, in a new, in-depth interview with London’s Fabric nightclub.

In...