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Much-loved Scottish music venue set to close

Scottish music venue The Aches in Glasgow has gone into administration.

The blow comes after the famed nightclub and arts venue lost its license, resulting...

Leftfield beatsmith on his his funky new library compilation.

You know how it is. That epic, hip-hop crime drama series you’ve been directing is almost finished. But you just can’t find the right track...

Archos bring portable digital recording to the table, with a video camera and MP3 player thrown in, naturally.

Featuring over sixty original interviews with former directors, clubbers, bartenders, artists, audience and staff

A new book celebrates legendary Glasgow club The Arches.

Announced last November, Brickwork: A Biography of The Arches is an oral history by two...

Written by former employees Kirstin Innes and David Bratchpiece, the book is due to be published in 2021

Legendary Glasgow club and theatre The Arches is to be the focus of a new book.

Due out in November 2021 through indie publisher Salamander Street...

Incredible artwork from the vibrant archives of raving

From cardboard flyers on bedroom walls, to posters on city centre fences, artwork has long been a key part of the global electronic music scene...

Spin those 7" records

The 7" has made a big comeback in the last few years, so here's a neat little accessory for all the scratch DJs. Just pop...

Newly refurbished, seaside haunt The Arch aims to return Brighton's underground to its former glory...

Brighton seafront has long played host to some of the nation's best musical talent, and few places carry such a rich heritage as recently re-established...

Sudan Archives in a pink fluffy bra top with pink ponytails, by ALLY GREEN & EDWIG HENSON

A violinist, beat maker and vocalist with a talent for humorous yet heartfelt lyricism, Sudan Archives new album ‘Natural Brown Prom Queen’ is out now on Stones Throw. She speaks to Christine Ochefu about her open-book writing style and her determination to follow her own path

Brittany Parks, the artist known as Sudan Archives, is particularly straight-talking. Donning a purple trapper hat and grin revealing a mouth full of silver braces...

Spring is almost here, so march right in!

HISTORY – A JOURNEY THROUGH HOUSE, MAGNA SCIENCE AND ADVENTURE PARK, SHEFFIELD
Saturday 7th March
Todd Terry, Farley Jackmaster Funk (DJ set and live...

Nia Archives Fresh Kicks mix

Jungle and drum & bass’ breakout star Nia Archives demonstrates her electrifying sound for the Fresh Kicks mix series, and chats to Ria Hylton about her new EP, making “pres and afters” music, and inspiring young Black women to come to the rave

The lilting toplines and lo-fi-inflected sheen in Nia Archives’ ‘Headz Gone West’ began making waves in the Spring of 2020. The debut EP, which lasted...

 A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past...

We've drafted in Greg Wilson, the former electro-funk pioneer, nowadays a leading figure in the global disco/re-edits movement and respected commentator on dance music and...

A guide to dance music's pre-rave past

A guide to dance music's past