Lady Gaga and Elton John are working on a “hardcore drum and bass” track together, according to a source close to both artists.
The pair collaborated on the track 'Sine From Above' for Gaga's sixth studio album, 'Chromatica', which was released last May. The tune itself isn't dance music, but does have stylistic references to club sounds, while the LP overall featured a host of electronic music stars.
London's legendary De Underground record store has received a heritage plaque for contributions to 'UK hardcore, jungle and drum & bass music'. The signs, in this case issued by London Borough of Newham Heritage Project, are used to identify sites of cultural importance across Britain.
A podcast about '90s rave, R.O.A.R, is set to be curated into the British Library Archive.
After being launched by journalist Tom Latchem and former DJ Chrissy Richards AKA Cris.E.Manic in August 2020, the team behind ROAR: The '90s Rave Podcast has shared that the podcast will be immortalised in the British Library's Sound Archive.
PC Music’s Danny L Harle has announced a debut album and new interactive clubbing experience, 'Harlecore'.
Ahead of the launch on 26th February, the single 'On A Mountain' has been unveiled, a cut credited to DJ Danny, one of four residents set to grace the virtual venue alongside MC Boing, whose 'Boing Beat' also recently dropped, DJ Mayhem and DJ Ocean.
Legendary UK label Moving Shadow is set to be reborn under a new collective banner, Over/Shadow, spearheaded by 2 Bad Mice.
Over/Shadow is the brain child of 2 Bad Mice, AKA Sean O'Keeffe and Si Colebrooke, who were were closely linked to Moving Shadow in its early years, and helped co-run the label alongside its founder Rob Playford, who was also an original member of the group. Moving Shadow was responsible for some of the most seminal UK rave music of the '90s.
Red Hot Chili Peppers’ John Frusciante is releasing a new album inspired by breakbeat, hardcore and jungle.
Titled ‘Maya’, the album will be released on 23rd October on Venetian Snares' Timesig label. It’s not the guitarist’s first foray into electronic music, having released experimental and acid techno EPs under the Trickfinger alias over the years. Earlier this year, he released a new EP under the alias titled 'Look Down, See Us'.