Sometimes our promoter friends gear up for such an excellent spring/summer season we can't help but highlight our upcoming favourites. DHP have so much coming...
MIRI is a campaigner and champion of all things LGBTQ+ and works extensively with mental health awareness charities and community projects, therefore we couldn't think of anyone better to choose their favourite five poignant tracks which highlight important messages about mental health to commemorate Mental Health Awareness Week this week in the UK.
Not a lot of phrases make us happier than ‘Summer Camp are back’, so thank goodness for this day, Friday May 10th 2019, because…...
We caught up with the artistic, eclectic and somewhat psychedelic band, Yama Warashi, ahead of their performance at the Seabright Arms this Friday, 17th May.
See within for our pick of May's best parties, and five of the best club records from the last month.
I have had the honour of DJing at several friends’ weddings and without fail, the song that makes everyone lose their shit on the dancefloor is ‘Mr Brightside’. I really mean everyone.
Fresh from releasing his Let Me Through EP on new label Pomme Frite, Alex Virgo tackles some quick-fire questions to reveal a bit more about himself.
We caught up with Melle Brown to find out a little bit more about her via some quick-fire questions as we listened to her brand new EP, Intersection, which is out now on Jamz Supernova's label, Future Bounce.
"I think that kind of sums up Martha: reading I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings and also just being really into wrestling."
We were a fan of Captain Over as soon as we heard his collaboration with Trim on his debut EP last year and now, carrying the torch for his follow-up, is another of London's finest, Manga St Hilare, on a track that follows the same off-beat, sci-fi, grime path but with a more uplifting tone. We facilitated a chat between Captain Over and Manga to find out a little more about their working processes, why MCs can be "conservative" and what makes an outsider in grime.
"...I just felt like I had a clean slate and I could do whatever I wanted..."
We went to meet classical composer, Joep Beving, in a serene corner of his home of Amsterdam to talk about how Henosis became the crescendo in a trilogy of albums, whether the pressure in following his initial success effected his creativity, his love for synths, and the magic of melancholy and why it touches us all.
“I’m sorted. Once I’ve got some kids and a dog… bruv, I’ve done it all!”
Ever got the venue you're supposed to be playing at wrong? Heather Woods Broderick has.
Kelly Moran’s debut for Warp Records, Ultraviolet, received nearly universal praise upon its release in last year. Now as she touches down in the UK for string of tour dates up and down the country, we gained an exclusive insight into 24 hours of her previous stop off in one of Europe's electronic music Capitals, Berlin.
Our monthly round up of the big and the bad news in club closures, openings and renovations around the capital.
Is age more than just a number? Danny Wright explore success at an older age.
See within for April's best parties, and five of the best club records from the last month.
"I love London for its ebullition, its musical avant-gardism, its liveliness, its unique street-style, its cultural richness, its mystery."
Etta Bond unveils He’s Mine - the second instalment of her double album, following the release of part one earlier this year, titled He's Not Mine. We caught up with the singer to chat about her new work and why it's like sex for your ears...
Including Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition, Gala Festival and the mighty Record Store Day.