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Daft Punk tribute book, We Were The Robots, published by Disco Pogo

Publisher Disco Pogo is issuing a new book about Daft Punk, called 'We Are The Robots'.


Set to be published on 1st March, the 250-page...

New Purple Disco Machine track!

Purple Disco Machine is just about to release his outstanding EP on Tube & Berger and Julie Sikora's Kittball Records. Previously PDM has been at...

Iron Curtis steps up on Ripperton’s Tamed Musiq for his sophomore LP. ‘Werc Werc Werc’ is a typically deep, moody cut of absorbing house minimalism...

Iron Curtis has been nothing short of prolific since his debut EP 10 years ago. Veering from minimal deep house to disco infused club heaters...

Black Science Orchestra’s Trammps-sampling, Frankie Knuckles approved 1992 cut ‘Where Were You?’ marked a key moment in UK house music, and embodied a sound that...

Black Science Orchestra founder Ashley Beedle mulls over last year’s activity and bursts into laughter: “I went to the doctor to get my COVID jab...

Cut Copy's UK tour

Australian disco punks Cut Copy next week embark on their first UK tour since 2006. The band, whose superb debut 'Bright Like Neon Love' picked...

The creepy synth sounds of horror movie soundtracks by Goblin, Fabio Frizzi and John Carpenter have proven hugely influential on modern electronic music. DJ Mag...

But whilst these cheap horror films with their copious sex and violence might not have brought about the nation’s moral decay, they have wormed their...

With Gatto Fritto on 19th October

After a summer break Disco Biscuit return to Bar 512, Kingsland Road, on Saturday 19th October for a much-anticipated appearance by Gatto Fritto, aka London based DJ and producer Ben Williams.

Win a set at the super fresh Snowbombing festival in Austria

What's cooler than being cool? Ice cold! And you don't get much chillier than Snowbombing, the après-ski boutique festival that's gone from strength-to-strength to become...

Coming to a screen near you! 

Northern Disco Lights is the secret story of the Norwegian disco scene as told by UK record label Paper Recordings.  

Featuring interviews with dance...

James Murphy and Pat Mahoney's awesome Fabric mix

Known to most as the man behind LCD Soundsystem, James Murphy also runs the DFA Records stable out of New York alongside Tim Goldsworthy. Both...

Warehouse Project returns for intimate one-off parties

Like the Kersal Massive, the team behind the Warehouse Project “don't f**k about”. Working pretty much round the clock throughout the year these days...

New York's Electric Zoo festival

Go ape and swing into action! Electric Zoo, a two-day outdoor dance music extravaganza at New York City’s Randall’s Island Park, takes place on 5th...

For their second album, Hamburg's disco-sampling duo Session Victim decamped to San Francisco and discovered a new way of working with analogue synths, drum machines...

It's great dance music is so big now that your mum hums Disclosure. What isn't so great is that because dance music is so popular...

Boogie nights and disco dayz

Boogie nights and disco dayz from Norway's Proviant Audio

 After Daft Punk's hook-up with Nile Rodgers from Chic produced ultimate ear worm 'Get Lucky', 2013 was hailed as the year of disco — but the tunes to back up that lofty claim have been a bit lacking. Daft Punk's subsequent album was disappointing, and the brand-new nu disco sounds to fill the void left by boring deep house haven't really materialised. Until now.


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Halloween is just around the corner so who better to recruit for Point Blank’s latest production masterclass than the undead disco don Zombie Disco Squad...