Andy C is heading out on a run of intimate UK club shows in 2022.
Spanning 10 dates, the tour will kick off at Edinburgh's Bongo Club on 18th February and round up at Sheffield's Tank on 26th March. Between those dates, he'll head to Nottingham's Brickworks, Swansea's Sin City, Manchester Academy, World Headquarters Club in Newcastle, Brighton's The Arch, O2 Academy Oxford, Cambridge Junction and O2 Academy Leeds.
On the tour, the DJ will be joined by Tonn Piper as well as a number of special guests for each date.
A Kickstarter campaign has been launched for a new book teaching kids the alphabet through drum & bass references.
'My first Book Of Drum & Bass' has been conceived, designed and illustrated by Gary Miller and Charlie Wright, and combines bright imagery with terminology associated with the drum & bass scene to help children advance with their ABCs.
Snowbombing has begun revealing the line-up for its return next April.
Camelphat, Andy C, Rudimental, Wilkinson, Gorgon City, Hannah Wants, Cinthie, Solardo, Eats Everything and 2manyDJs are all confirmed to DJ at the ski-based event, while Bicep and Kurupt FM are both down to play live.
The festival will once again take place in its usual base of Mayrhofen in Austria, and there will also be takeovers from Defected Records, Glitterbox, HE.SHE.THEY., Sink The Pink and Bez's Acid House, among others.
Andy C is returning to London's Wembley Arena this October.
Following his first sell-out show at the venue in 2018, at which he became the first drum & bass DJ to headline the venue and play an all night long DJ set there, he'll do it all again on Saturday, October 23rd. The previous event sold out in three days and with high demand expected again, a website has been set up to give fans a chance to sign up for pre-sale tickets here.
Crowdfunding is under way for a new book which will look back at the history of the '90s UK rave scene through the lens of one of its key MCs, Magika.
'Make Some Noize' features contributions from Carl Cox, with whom Magika performed in the '90s. "Magika could move the crowd like no other MC," Cox says of him. He also acted as hypeman on sets by the likes of Grooverider, Andy C, DJ SS and Slipmatt.
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.
Hertfordshire's Nozstock festival has revealed the first wave of acts playing its 2020 edition.
Leading the announcement are Sister Sledge, who are set to play live, while there are confirmed DJ sets locked in from Andy C (with MC Tonn Piper), Flava D and Dillinja.
Drum & bass features heavily in the announcement, as in addition to Andy C and Dillinja, the festival has also confirmed sets from Randall, Break, Calyx & Teebee, Culture Shock, Total Science, Nicky Blackmarket, and Critical Music mainstay Bou. Dub afficionados Mungo's Hi-Fi will also play the fesival.
Andy C has announced his Xmas Party at Printworks in London.
The mammoth gathering will take place on Saturday 7th December, running from midday to 11PM. The drum 'n' bass goliath has lined up an enviable guest list for the occasion featuring icons of the scene and fresh upstarts alike.
Standout billings include b2bs from DJ Storm and Bailey, Mark XTC and Northbase, Nicky Blackmarket and Ray Keith, Unknown Error and Contakt, and Randall and Dillinja. Legendary sparring partners Ed Rush and Optical will also team up in the booth.
Andy C has claimed the Highest Drum & Bass award once again in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll - climbing 11 spots on last year’s position to sit at No.79 and serving as the only entry from the genre.
Starting the year with a 12-week residency at XOYO in London, for which he invited a representative cross-section of drum & bass DJs old and new, Andy pretty much sold out each of the nights in the series.