We interview WMC co-founder Bill Kelly
From being the voice a whole generation of 80s kids grew up with to rocking dance floors across the world, Boy George has always been one of the most unique artists in the music industry. Nowadays, when he's not recording new material with the likes of Mark Ronson or fulfilling his busy DJ diary, Boy George's Guide to London shows that even the biggest names in the biz like the simple things in life: quality coffee, a nice fry up, a bit of culture and the best places to view the Thames.
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Queen of UK urban dance, Ms Dynamite is back with a massive live date at London'??s SW4 Festival and an arsenal of club tunes that are hot-pepper tasters for her forthcoming album, due next yearâ?¦
Dubstep figurehead Skream has gone euphoric, smashed the templates, and upped the tempos. His new album ‘Outside The Box’ confirms he’s not content to be placed in a bracket, and is out to prove the haters wrong with a joyful set designed to resurrect the potency and power of dance music’s golden years. “I’m trying to bring rave back,” says Skream…
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Brooklyn, NYC duo Wolf + Lamb aren't just a DJ/production outfit. They're a movement, a label, a club, and extended family of like-minded artists, offering a passionate, soulful techno and electronic disco alternative to the plodding tribal drums of tech house and the harder sound of Berlin.
And with a new artist album ready to drop, they've come for our hearts, minds and dancing feet…