The UK is set to get it's own electronic music conference - led by trance DJ John "00" Flemming.
Congo Natty has a rich history of involvement in the music scene for the last 25 years. Formerly known as the Rebel MC, he had chart hits such as 'Just Keep Rockin'' and 'Street Tuff' in the late '80s with the Double Trouble production kru before hankering down into — and helping to pioneer — the early jungle scene.
In the current climate of deep house dullards Letherette stand out like a sore thumb. Cutting 'n' pasting micro fragments of dusty old vinyl into emotive, pulsing electronic decoupages, their skewed, psych take on house and hip-hop acknowledges pioneers like J Dilla, Daft Punk, Cassius and Madlib, while injecting unexpected kaleidoscopic flourishes and live instrumentation, pushing sampladelia in a unique direction.
London's Egg Club celebrates 10 years with 10 parties this month, so we took a look down the humpty bumpty path its walked...
A design collective with animal instincts
Joining the PRS will increase DJ/producers revenue streams
Just over a year ago, we were banging on about Fashion Beans and how it had a clever clogs ability to keep our attention.And it’s still got it. In fact, it’s evolved into an authority on all things trend-setting for men’s style and grooming that we can hardly do without. Pow!
One time Art Director for US imprint Ubiquity Records, Eric Crandell is the brains behind 101 Apparel — a brand with art, music and fashion intertwined in their ethos.
The first time I got asked to play, I just felt so sick with nerves. Andy Morris was playing there too, and he came to pick me up from home. I took my records down, got to the car, was sick, and took my records back up again. I couldn’t face it. When I did turn up a month or two later when they booked me again, they booked me to play in the chill-out room with Paul Thomas from Kiss.
March is here, so we have a Spring in our step. These are the UK spots we recommend to get you on your party pogo stick...