Don't tell anyone, it's a secret... The colourful characters over at elrow Town are hosting a super-exclusive party in a top secret location in Soho next week.
Leon Vynehall has voiced his support for a campaign set up to save Shoreditch’s Strongroom, a space where he has a studio.
Taking to Twitter, the producer shared a petition set up by the resident studio space in response to a threat of closure due to proposals to build a nearby office block.
Take Note Academy is set to return to London this summer for a daylong event at East London design space Second Home Saturday, 15th September.
London’s Metropolitan police have applied for a court order to ban five gang members from making drill music.
The unprecedented move comes shortly after it was announced that YouTube had deleted more than 30 UK drill videos from its platform after police claimed the London-rooted style of rap music incited violence.
The Black Madonna is hosting a UK edition of her We Still Believe party on the streets of East London this summer, happening Saturday, 4th August.
In collaboration with London-based DJ/promoter sibling duo Krankbrother, the outdoor event is set to take place on Clifton Street in Shoreditch and will feature a headlining set from The Black Madonna alongside special guests Gerd Janson, Prosumer and HAAI.
Richie Hawtin has locked in two new headlining performances of his award-winning audiovisual CLOSE show in the UK: Thursday, 11th October, at 02 Academy in Glasgow and Friday, 12th October, at Roundhouse in London.
Coachella has announced that tickets to its 20th anniversary festival will go on sale today (1st June) at 7 pm.
Next year’s desert-set extravaganza takes place from 12th to 14th April and 19th to April 21st at the Empire Polo Club in Indo California. Headliners have yet to be announced for the two-weekend festival.
Three-day VIP, camping, shuttle passes, hotel packages and more will be available during the advance sale, with general admission tickets starting from $429 (£322.77).
YouTube has deleted more than 30 UK drill videos from its platform that police claim incite violence.
According to figures obtained by Press Association, Scotland Yard has asked the video-sharing site to remove between 50 and 60 music videos in the last two years. Of these, around 30 have been taken down.
A recent report in The Sunday Times attempted to link a series of violent crimes in London to gang rivalries supposedly catalysed by the “ultra violent new form of music sweeping Britain”.
Brilliant Corners is bringing its Giant Steps project to a new canal-side venue in London for a summer residency.
A new intimate techno club called The Cause is set to open in London.
The 400-capacity venue, housed in a former car mechanics depot in Tottenham, is a completely grassroots arts and events space aimed at filling the void left by London's recent club closures while supporting positive mental health, according to its founders.