A 24-hour live stream is set to take place across 12 record stores this weekend.
Move The Record is a new initiative devised in association with Dana Ruh and KMA60 Berlin, in response to the uncertain future that independent record stores are facing worldwide amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Rhythm Section has launched a Patreon, with plans to to support lower-income and underrepresented people in the music industry.
The South London label, founded by DJ and producer Bradley Zero, have launched a Rhythm Section Patreon, where paid memberships will also be available and 15% of all RS Patreon income will be donated to a different charitable cause every month.
In this strange period of isolation, us at DJ Mag have turned to sharing mixes, albums, and hidden gems among ourselves.
We had a chat with some of our favourite DJs to find out what feel good music they're listening to, and asked for their help curating a strictly positive playlist.
From Deee-Lite, David Bowie, and Mac Miller, to ELLES, Empire of the Sun, and, Primal Scream: no genres, no rules, good vibes only.
Rhythm Section International is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a new 36-track compilation, 'SHOUTS', put together by bossman Bradley Zero.
The album lands on vinyl and digital on 3rd April. Copies can be secured now, with the first week of pre-release orders on Bandcamp donated to South London charity, Youth Futures. Work from Paula Tape, Desert Sound Colony, Valesuchi, Tenderlonious and Session Victim features.
“I’m just pulling onto Rye Lane,” says Bradley Zero, as he drives from his flat in Peckham to his office and studio.
“For me, Rhythm Section is about small venues outside the centre, doing things a little differently, so XOYO is a departure from the core foundational principles of the dance, but it’s not a strict end. That’s why I was careful not to make it a Rhythm Section residency”
When he first arrived, he lived in Peckham and Camden, but felt there was no real community, which is something clearly very dear to him in the way he runs his party and label. Alas, he says he is now starting to feel the losses in Peckham, with friends moving and places shutting down. “It still has its heart,” he says. “It is still the same place, but the change is palpable, and it’s hard to see where it goes next. In maybe 15 years I can’t see there would be a place for Rhythm Section.”
“There was no pressure to book a name to bring people in,” says Bradley on his hands-free phone. “People came whoever was on. We just made a vibe. It could be Pender Street Steppers one week, and me and my housemate Miles another week, but you always got the same crowd.”
“Finding new ways to transcend borders and cultures is what drives the discovery, not just doing the same thing over and over again”
Of course, Bradley is all about new music – on his label, in his DJ sets (most of the time) and on his radio shows on NTS and the In New Music We Trust residency on the BBC. But the XOYO gigs have seen him play differently to normal, while giving a bigger platform to many of the fledgling artists he is so invested in.
Meadows in the Mountains has locked its full line-up for 2019.
The festival, which promises a "uniquely magical experience" in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria across 6th-9th July, has added Bradley Zero, Andrew James Gustav, FYI Chris, Dr Banana, SNO, Z@P and many more to the line-up. Check it out in full below.
Tickets for the festival can be bought here.
Rhythm Section founder, NTS resident and BBC Radio 1 regular Bradley Zero has announced a 12 week residency at London’s XOYO.
Running every Friday from 5th April to 21st June, Zero has locked an absolutely enormous line-up of live shows and club nights for the aptly titled Globetrotting series.
The legendary Detroit siblings talk through their impressive tech setup at DeLaMar Theater on Thursday 18th and perform live for Dave Clarke Presents at Melkweg on Friday 20th...
Brazil’s finest hits De Kromhouthal on Friday 19th when STRAF_WERK and Kölsch’s IPSO label team up to present Tiga, Recondite, Eli Iwasa and more...
Catch the Swede at behind the decks with Gerd Janson, Leon Vynehall and DJ Tennis for Life And Death ADE at Thuishaven on Friday 19th October...
The Monnom Black boss and DJ Mag’s April UK cover star joins his techno peers at Dockyards Festival/Mystic Garden Festival on Saturday 20th and Awakenings x Klockworks the next day...
BBC Radio 1 has just announced its 2018 weekly residency line-up, with some of electronic music’s biggest stars set to play prominent roles.