Jackmaster has delved into his DJing philosophy in a new interview with Billboard. The high-flying Scottish player is joined by friend and fellow risen-star Peggy Gou, who also offers her thoughts on what it takes to move dancefloors, and keep things interesting.
DJ Harvey invited Skream, Peggy Gou, PBR Streetgang, Hot Chip, Felix Dickinson and more to his Discotheque party at Printworks London last weekend (Saturday 19th May). You can check out 10 massive tracks from the event below.
Eric Prydz, whose new Holo hologram live show is ready to be unveiled, will play Kappa FuturFestival this summer, which takes place in Turin, Italy, on 7th and 8th July.
Widely-regarded as one of Europe’s foremost techno celebrations, Peggy Gou, Robert Hood, Amelie Lens, Adam Beyer, Stacey Pullen, Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers, Eats Everything, DJ Tennis and Jackmaster are also now down to play.
There’s a clever simplicity to Terminal V’s Easter all-day festival: three rooms, three pulverising soundsystems and an impeccable line-up of house and techno. The location for today’s Easter soiree is the Royal Highland Centre just outside Edinburgh city centre — and while it might sound a bit posh for a rave — it really isn’t. The venue is a set of uninviting warehouses at the end of Edinburgh airport’s runway where noise complaints almost certainly won’t be a problem.
DJ Harvey is bringing his Discotheque to Printworks, London on 19th May along with an exciting set of guests.
Room 1’s bill features the unstoppable Peggy Gou, Skream, eclectic selector HAAi, Jaye Ward and Hot Chip’s Megamix (DJ) will play alongside Harvey himself in Room 1. Meanwhile in Room 2, Me Me Me label founder Man Power will headline with support coming from mighty Lovefingers, PBR Streetgang and Felix Dickinson.
On Sunday 11th March, Needs will partner up with UN Women to host an event to campaign for gender equality featuring a full day of panels and discussions plus evening DJ performances from Peggy Gou, Jackmaster, Needs label founder Bobby Pleasure and a special guest.
HeForShe London Arts week presents initiatives from the creative world in the hope that equality can be found within the industry. This intimate, not-for-profit event at Oval Space aims to raise funds for the cause.
Groove Armada (DJ), Peggy Gou, Jon Hopkins (Live), Nile Rogers feat. Chic and Horse Meat Disco’s Severino are just some of the names that have been announced for Wilderness festival in Oxfordshire this August.
Google's new Arts & Culture’s new app has been causing quite the stir across the web in the past few days. The app allows you to match your selfies with painted portraits from throughout history with startling accuracy using facial recognition software.
Of course, the app doesn’t limit users to just using their own selfies. How fun would it be to see who some of our favourite DJs resemble from throughout the course of art history? Pretty fun, as it happens.
Set to return to Brockwell Park on Saturday 12th August, Sunfall have revealed the festival's daytime billing including Larry Heard, Peggy Gou, Theo Parrish and Shanti Celeste.
Founded by team members from Phonox, XOYO and The Nest, along with Dimensions and Outlook festival, the line-up also includes Gilles Peterson, Move D and Jackmaster, plus live sets from Romare, Floating Points and Roy Ayers.
Last year was the one of many highs and lows. From Brexit to the return of breaks, it had moments to forget and plenty to remember.
Looking into the mirror ball of 2017, thing can only get better on from a political standpoint (we hope!) and the good tunes will just keep on coming too, so there's a lot to look forward to. These are the artists on the verge of setting their scenes alight over the next few months...