The official soundtrack for forthcoming UK rave culture film 'Beats' is available to stream now.
Produced by Steven Soderbergh and directed by Brian Welsh (whose previous credits include 'Black Mirror'), the film is set in Scotland during the summer of 1994 and follows a pair of friends as they get to grips with the free party scene of the time before they separate as adulthood awaits. In the process, the film's writers Brian Welsh and Kieran Hurley offer a gripping look back to early days of the UK's rave scene.
Rave On: Global Adventures In Electronic Dance Music, a new book written by widely celebrated journalist Matthew Collin, documents the evolution and ever-changing culture of electronic music.
Paul Kalkbrenner has dropped the third installment of his ‘Back To The Future’ mixtape, which sees the German don charting the history of techno in Germany.
The latest installment of his mixtape series features 60 tracks that span the rise of techno in Berlin from 1987 to 1993.
Kalkbrenner went on the ultimate crate digging exercise sifting through over 5,000 productions to find the final 60 he used for the final part of his mixtape series.
While we patiently wait for news of what Daft Punk will do next (it’s been just over three years their last LP 'Random Access Memories') Aneta Dolega and Dominik Bulka have created a stunning infographic that charts Daft Punk’s career from failed indie band Darlin' to dance music-making robots.
The infographic details Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter’s career from the very beginning, tracing their journey from shy Parisian bedroom producers to the world’s most successful dance music duo.
Dance music is a hot place to be place right now. What began as an underground counter-culture has grown, over the last 25 years, into a sound that dominates not only global dancefloors, but international festivals and pop charts alike.
But it wasn’t always like this…
In this new series, in association with Miller Genuine Draft, we lay bare the dance music story, to show the raft of new ‘EDM’ fans where these sounds and ideas first came from.