Liam Doc has launched a new podcast, Headphone Listening.
An hour-long show with a theme of "no club music", Headphone Listening will see the Glaswegian DJ and producer play records for 30 minutes, before inviting a weekly guest to provide the remaining part of the show.
The first episode of Headphone Listening went online today (22nd June) with Glasgow scene mainstay and legend, Harri, providing the 30 minute guest slot. Upcoming guests for the podcast include Ian DPM, Iona, Nightwave, Plastician, and Telfort.
Every week, we invite some of the world’s best DJs to our East London offices for a DJ Mag HQ live stream to our Facebook and Youtube pages.
This week we're excited to have Glasgow's Big Miz down at HQ for a 60-minute set, ahead of his slot at Dusky's XOYO residency alongside O'Flynn.
Liam Doc will release a new EP next month.
The Glaswegian DJ and producer, who runs his own Eyeangle Records and is a resident at the city's Sub Club, will join fellow Glasgow native Denis Sulta's esteemed Sulta Selects Silver Service imprint with an uplifting four-tracker.
'East Coast Edits', slated for release on the 9th March, is brimming with house-infused disco edits, currently being played out in sets from the likes of Big Miz, The Black Madonna, Jacques Greene, and Paul Woolford.
Liam Doc will release a new EP via Sulta Selects Silver Service next month.
The Glaswegian DJ and producer, who runs his own Eyeangle Records and is a resident at the city's Sub Club, will join Denis Sulta's esteemed imprint with four-track delivery, 'East Coast Edits'.
Comprising of four, upbeat disco edits, the EP will be released on the 9th March, and follows the last release on the label, Dan Shake's 'Bert's Groove/Daisy's Dance', released in September last year.
Manakinz will release their new EP, 'Snakehips', later this month.
The duo, comprised of Glaswegian DJ and producer, Harri, who boasts over two decades as a resident at the city's Sub Club, alongside Affi Koman, a renowned, popular DJ within Glasgow's thriving clubbing scene.
The imprint, founded by Harri's son and fellow Scottish selector Jasper James in 2018, has seen releases from James himself, as well as DJ Samo, and Amsterdam's De School resident, Elias Mazian.
The Art School, one of Glasgow's leading venues for electronic music, has gone into liquidation.
32 staff, who have been on zero hours contracts since November, have lost their jobs with immediate effect.
The venue has been suffering from financial issues for months; back in November the club was forced to suspend its programming, and a month prior, staff had protested as they became aware their jobs were under threat.
Today an order was granted by Glasgow Sherriff Court to appoint Shona Campbell of MHA Henderson Loggie as the company's liquidator.
Liam Doc will drop a new EP later this month.
The Glaswegian DJ/producer, currently holding residencies at both the city's Sub Club and with promoters FLY, has been steadily climbing the ranks for some time, performing alongside and B2B with the likes of Denis Sulta and Nightwave.
Clyde Built Radio will launch in Glasgow in January.
The new station is the brainchild of Andrew Thomson, founder of Glaswegian label and party outfit Huntleys + Palmers; the label has released music by the likes of Mehmet Aslan, Auntie Flo and DJs Pareja.
Clyde Build Radio will broadcast out of Glasgow's Barras Market, which is pictured above. The station is named after Thomson's 'Clyde Built' compilations, which showcase the Glasgow scene, and is focussed on a need to give Glasgow a local station to compare with others across the UK, such as NTS in London.