BBringing together 10,000 revellers with an impressive list of internationally acclaimed artists across seven stages, Eastern Electrics Festival promises to be one unforgettable all-day party, bringing the underground to Hatfield House on Saturday August 2. With Monika Kruse, Dense & Pika, Craig Richards and Jordan Mina joining Art Department, Laura Jones, Steve Lawler, Ellen […]
Croatia has some of the best summer festivals on offer anywhere in the world… Fact. From late May to September you can’t see for ridiculous line ups, chilled out crowds, well organised shindigs and locations that will make you clutch your heart, gasp for breath and swoon like a 14 year old at a One […]
NEWS >> Catch up with this weeks Music based news… We bring you the most up to date news from labels, venues, promoters to DJs and lots more.. This week: Sifting in 2012: Why it’s vital to remember and discover, Layo & Bushwacka’s Shake it! parties bid a sad adieu to clubland, Norman Nodge mixes next […]
NEWS >> Catch up with this weeks Music based news… We bring you the most up to date news from labels, venues, promoters to DJs and lots more.. This week: LCD Soundsystem set to hit big screens, A Night With…Seth Troxler, XOYO Relaunch, Damian Lazarus launches Rebellion, Fabric Demarkus Lewis mixtape, It’s all about your Inner […]
In the blog this week: News: Guest Chart – Soul Clap, Wax:On and Metropolis to deliver 3 sensational nights in Leeds, I:Cube ready for intimate London gig, House of Fun Weekender Competitions: Win: Eastern Electrics: *WIN* VIP tickets to the event, hotel room for the night + travel, Ableton Live 8, EDM, Logic Pro 9 AND Mixing & Mastering Course worth […]
Tiefschwarz recognise five years of Souvenir Records with In The City, a double disc compilation of exclusive tracks and a mix CD, featuring work from Nico, Ruede Hagelstein & Naneci, Elle P & Iftah, Audiofly, Psychonauts, Sebbo, Re.You, Jaw, Adam Port and more.
Tom Krell opens up his scoring with Tri Angle’s first album release, and a new blueprint for contemporary R&B. Or should that be electronica? Whatever the genre, we know what the result is. Fans of Imogen Heap, early Jamie Lidell, and Burial take note.
Sillyboy, a rookie Greek producer, borrows a little from the likes of Jape, The Beta Band, Shit Robot and Captain Comatose to bring something new-sounding that Andrew Weatherall would be proud of.
One from the box marked ‘oddity’, there’s a lot going on here. We call it funk-hop-house-sleaze-n-blues, but see what you think.
Martyn-esque melodies make sure everything’s sounding bang up to date, while muted organs stab their way from the recesses of every house heads memory.