A new book exploring the history of jungle and drum & bass is set to be published by Velocity Press this March.
Penned by Paul Terzulli, 'Who Say Reload' takes in words from the likes of Goldie, Andy C, Roni Size and DJ Hype, and looks over the musicians, samples and influences that fed into early drum & bass and jungle, and beyond. Interviews with key artists are featured alongside previously unseen images from the archive of photographer Eddie Otchere.
Goldie has donated a custom Fender guitar to The Big Issue’s art auction.
Joining up with award-winning magazine and organisation, The Big Issue, UK drum & bass pioneer and artist, Goldie, has donated a customised Fender guitar titled the “Splattocaster" to the forthcoming The Big Art Auction.
Goldie has created an exclusive T-shirt to raise funds to feed elephants at Tree Tops Elephant Reserve in Phuket.
The drum & bass legend has made a graffiti-inspired design emblazoned with his signature to help feed the seven elephants that reside in the Thailand sanctuary.
Goldie has launched a new website and portal to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his groundbreaking drum & bass album ‘Timeless’.
A new documentary exploring the history of d&b, titled Drum & Bass: The Movement, has gone online. You can watch it for free below.
Five years in the making, the documentary features some of the most important pioneers of the genre, including Goldie, Grooverider, Andy C, GQ, Digital, Spirit, Total Science and many more.
A press release for Drum & Bass: The Movement says the documentary captures a "specific and intense slice of drum & bass and jungle culture’s rapid acceleration from 1996 - 2016.
Wiglex City Festival has locked drum & bass legend Goldie to spin a rare techno set for its 2020 edition.
Taking place on Friday 8th May 2020, the Nottingham festival is set to hit untouched venues around the city including car parks and basements.
Already confirmed on the bill are current DJ Mag cover star Josey Rebelle, plus Helena Hauff, Octo Octa, Leon Vynehall, Skee Mask, Giant Swan and many more.
New year, new decade, same deal here — the finest soirees, sessions and sweatboxes across the UK. So let’s go get 'em.
London and the South's top spot goes to Origins thanks to its quadruple-header, don’t miss Iranian-US player Mozhgan at that one. Club Mick’s is also representing anything but the obvious, Liverpool’s greatest contemporary hope, Breakwave, always brings the rave, while Roi Perez is all about multifarious tastes.