We roll back the years to a time when stuff was less cynical, far faster, and focussed on matters of the heart, with Johnny Shaker, Jan Johnston, and Lustral.
We continue our series looking at what’s wrong with the dance music scene with a look at style over substance events, and why these are destined to disappoint.
Craig Richards, Calibre, Nanny Banton, Johnny Opo, Gottwood Festival 2014
In the wake of his new album on Pole Group, Internal Conversion, Christian Wünsch lists his favourite techno of all time, featuring Kraftwerk, Dave Clarke, Robert Hood and more.
Dublin-born, London-based producer and DJ Lorcan Mak gives us some advice on Gottwood Festival in Anglesey, where he will perform for the fourth year running.
The capital’s set for a fresh vinyl-flogging emporium, specialising in vintage and new releases. Needless to say, we’ll be first through the doors on Saturday.
Maeve man Baikal turned up the solidness at Manchester’s Roadhouse last month for Bank’s somewhat banging birthday bash. We attended, and enjoyed.
From an Australian punk getting famous off the back of a bash at his parents’, to riot police battling 4,000 Dutch kids, you don’t want these parties at home.
Ahead of his set at Random Magic this Saturday in London, we catch up with local boy done good South London Ordnance to talk about escaping the hype sphere.
Ireland’s Bodytonic fall under our spotlight for the next edition of 80 labels, with Conor Lynch answering those same six questions.