View our gallery of FKJ supported by (((O))) with a special appearance from Tom Misch.
Following a slew of successful and positively-received nights within Bristol and London, electronic promotors Dialogue have announced they are evolving into an independent label. We caught up with them to find out a little more about their plans for 2019
"My mom raised me to deeply respect Whitney Houston as the most important diva..."
Rhythm and Knowledge (for Sue Tompkins) by Kiran Leonard.
Possessing the kind of natural musical and lyrical prowess that seems to have emerged fully-formed, fast-rising vocalist Iyamah delivered her soulful new single ‘Seasons’ late last year. We caught up with the singer as the gears up to unleash new projects in 2019.
Joined by fellow emerging artists Natalie Shay and Beth Duck, Eva-Lina is heading up a female-fronted show at The Moth Club in the name of gender equality in music this Friday for International Women's Day. We spoke with the artist to find out a little more about ahead of the show.
"I realised that that woman was someone I was never going to be: someone who I wasn’t raised to be..."
Tommy Genesis performing at Oslo, London. February 2019
See our gallery of Du Blonde performing at The Lexington, February 2019.
This month, the incredibly accomplished Amy Becker will debut her live audio-visual show, Amy Becker presents Acrylic A/V: Synthetic Sensations, at East London’s The Pickle Factory as well as taking the Acrylic club event on a UK tour. Ahead of the shows, music writer and fellow DJ and Radio Host, Bethbethbeth, sat down with Amy to talk about her musical ascent, making it in the current climate, whether we should be watching how we dress, and the driving forces behind her multi-faceted music career as well as what we can expect from Acrylic as it evolves.
As the Jazz Cafe link back up with gal-dem to once again celebrate International Women’s Day, we spoke to one of the three rising stars on the bill, Madison McFerrin, and she shared with us five stunning tracks by women that have inspired her.
We highlight March's best parties and records for the dance floor.
Including Babak Ganjei's Everything is really bad, AVA Festival at Printworks and 15x5 at EartH.
"Rave, plus so much more." FOLD co-founder Seb Glover speaks to us as the venue settles into its stride.
As well as releasing forthcoming album, Levitation, Flamingods are set to bring their incendiary live show to venues around the UK in April and May in support of the record. We chatted to the band to find out about a few tracks that have influenced their new work.
Having been deep in the studio working on his new album, electronic producer, DJ and songwriter, Attaque, kick started the new year with a...
Amine performing live at Shepherd's Bush Empire on Sunday 24th February.
The trio guide us through the city in our February issue.
Following the release of his new album, Waves, Júníus Meyvant and his full live band, including a brass section, is arriving in the UK this month to play a handful of headline shows as part of an extensive European tour. We spoke to the freaky-folk pop artist ahead of tonight's show at Village Underground to find out a little more about him via some quick-fire questions.
We may speak too fast, giving her a hard time, but Josin likes London very much.
Art School Girlfriend is the moniker of Polly Mackey, a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer from Wrexham, North Wales. We caught up with the artist to find out about a few things that do, and don't make her tick.