Martin Garrix has announced an ADE pop-up store at X BANK in Amsterdam next month.
Running from 18th to 21st October, the day before the shop opens (17th October) will see the new Garrix photography book, 'Life = Crazy', launched, which will form a focal point for the temporary retail space.
Superstar DJ Martin Garrix is stepping away from the decks and towards the writing table by launching his own book.
Entitled LIFE = CRAZY, the new release will tell the visual story of the dutch icon's whirlwind life and career, as seen through the lens of his personal photographer and friend Louis van Baar.
Although Garrix's story has been told in this format before, the new release offers a chance to take a more detailed look inside his life, with personal moments as well as his biggest shows captured in hundreds of never-before-seen photographs.
Stormzy has launched a publishing imprint alongside Penguin Random House called #Merky Books.
Revealing the move via Instagram the grime star, who headlined last weekend’s Wireless festival in London, said that the publisher’s first book, titled Rise Up: The #Merky Journey So Far, would arrive on 1st November.
He also revealed that the imprint will be taking submissions from young writers in an attempt to inspire further generations of authors.
David Rodigan has announced a forthcoming autobiography titled My Life In Reggae, detailing his four decades working in the scene.
Nothing short of a legend in both reggae and the dance music world as a whole, Rodigan, now 65, is renowned for his championing of the genre, huge stockpile of dubplates and activity on the mic.
Currently still regularly playing festivals, while also presenting his BBC Radio 1Xtra show each week, Rodigan remains an integral part of the reggae scene today.
“Those were good days in Edinburgh, in 1990,” says author and screenwriter Trevor Miller, who wrote the acid house culture’s first novel, published in 1989 by Avernus Creative Media. “It was me, DJ Harvey, Sean McClusky, Choci, Graeme Park and hundreds of tabs of acid.”