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Yamaneko is the first artist to re-interpret a chapter of 'Dolos'

Bristol's S.P.Y. looks back to jungle for inspiration on his latest album

Bristol-based Brazilian S.P.Y has just made the album of his career by looking back to early jungle. But as he explains, his recreation of the classic UK sound went far deeper than most...

Pics: SARAH KOURY @ KOLAB

Live Pics: JAKE DAVIS @ HUNGRY VISUALS

Clouds have worked with designer David Rudnick to realise the ideas behind their new album...

Scottish hardcore visionaries Clouds, together with designer David Rudnick, have gone above and beyond for their new album project, creating a nightmare future, yet finding their own peace within it... 

Words: BEN HINDLE 

Pics: GEMMA PARKER

Sequence graphic designers turn albums into custom artwork
Sequence graphic designers turn albums into custom artwork

The discographies of Aphex Twin, Orbital and Underworld are among those available... 

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Morgan Hislop’s background in graphic design bursts from every corner of his ‘Watch As My Ceramics Crumble’ EP. ‘Plasticene Palms On Polymer Arms’ is maximal, vibrant and electrifying…

From cosmic house and disco to rich electro, Lord Of The Isles serves up a perfect mix for almost any occasion...

From cosmic house and disco to rich electro, Lord The Isles’ versatile DJ sets and productions conjure vivid imagery of lush landscapes and galactic excursions. We catch up with the illusive artist to talk playing Sydney Opera House, field recordings, Scottish history and sci-fi...

The ever-rising DJ and producer takes us on a tour of his beloved hometown...

Best Of North America 2018

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Classic Gatecrasher 1999 flyer Clubbed Visual History of British Clubbing.jpg

Documenting 35 years of British clubbing... 

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