A new documentary on the history of the UK rave is set to be released this month.
Directed by MOBO-nominated Hugo Jenkins, Better Days: The Story of UK Rave will be available through Amazon Music's streaming service from 28th May, and will explore 30 years of raving in Britain, spanning the late-80s Second Summer of Love through to concerns surrounding illegal gatherings during the pandemic, and questions about the future of the scene.
Sheffield's No Bounds festival has revealed full details of its return for later this year.
Scheduled from October 15th to 17th, the festival will take place, as ever, at its main Hope Works base, as well as at other venues in Sheffield. DJ sets have been confirmed from the likes of SHERELLE, Ben UFO, India Jordan, Helena Hauff, Batu, Joy Orbison, Anz, Kode9, Juliana Huxtable and Aurora Halal.
A New documentary exploring gender imbalance in electronic music is available to watch now.
Mani Festo and Private Caller are up next on Hooversound with a futuristic fusion of vintage rave sounds and mind-bending jungle.
The split EP is set for release this Friday 27th November via SHERELLE and NAINA’s label, and finds the UK producers playing to their own strengths, making for a four-track collection of pure rave euphoria with flourishes of hardcore and breakbeat.
Mani Festo’s ‘Titan’ closes the EP, with frenzied, warped breaks and a lush, cinematic breakdown. Check it out below.
SHERELLE is the winner of this year’s DJ Mag Future Star award. Born and raised in London, the young DJ has risen fast thanks to her high-octane sets, impeccable mixing and electrifying selections.
SHERELLE has spoken out about the UK government's stance on the arts sector amid COVID-19.
The London-based DJ and winner of the DJ Mag Best of British Breakthrough DJ award in 2019 appeared on the flagship BBC news and current affairs programme Newsnight on Tuesday, October 6th.
HØST is up next on NAINA and Sherelle’s Hooversound.