Paul Woolford & Psycatron ‘Stolen’

Futurist vibes from Psycatron and Paul Woolford who come together to create something that straddles dubstep, techno, electro, and tech house with great success.

Paul Woolford to collaborate with Psycatron for Hot Flush

Scuba’s pioneering electronic music label will release Stolen, a special collaborative single from Paul Woolford and Psycatron, click here for the details.

Brand new production planned for Global Gathering.

With just over a month to go, GlobalGathering have announced the first of the brand new onsite production that will be making it’s debut and completely transforming the festival site this summer. The all new main stage and second stage will bring this year’s colourful artwork concept to life with all new visuals, graphics and […]

Global Gathering Update

  GlobalGathering – one of the UK’s cutting edge and forward thinking electronic music festival has announced further details of their 2011 event, which will take place at Long Marston Airfield in Stratford-Upon-Avon on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th July. Following their first ever phenomenal live appearance at Radio1’s Big Weekend and their forthcoming Glastonbury […]

Wehbba ‘Full Circle Remixes’

Brazil’s Rudolfo Wehba allows a few friends from Christian Smith’s Tronic imprint to re-work his Full Circle album of last year, with the label boss, 2000 and One, Psycatron, Samuel L. Session, Joseph Capriati, Peter Horrevort and more on remix duties.

Psycatron ‘People In Glass Houses’

“We wanted to try something on a slightly dubbier tip than our usual fare and had been listening to lots of old European techno from the early 90’s at the time.” And they’re not kidding. Psycatron’s brief explanation of the thought process behind this release is pretty apt.

Land in London with Planet E

Carl Craig, Francois K, Radioslave, Paul Woolford and Psycatron will all be there, if you’re interested in getting down to the 20th birthday celebrations on March 4th yourself, then we’ve got a possible solution. Entries in by March 3rd please.

Planet E prepares to land in London

Carl Craig’s legendary Detroit techno imprint will celebrate two decades of quality dance music output with a warehouse event at Ewer Street Car Park, London. Alongside him on the night will be Francois K, Radioslave, Psycatron and Paul Woolford.

Psycatron ‘Celestial Symphony’

Genre classics like Substance & Vainqueur’s Emerge 2 spring to mind, such is the relative complexity of the seemingly disjointed dubby cogs at work here