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Low End Theory comes to London for the first time on August 16th

Low End Theory comes to London… for the first time ever!

Low End Theory is the super cool Los Angeles club night run by everyone’s favorite avant garde hip hop producer, Flying Lotus. And tonight he’ll be showing London just what LET is all about when the California beatsmith performs at Village Underground tonight. FlyLo will be joined by the …

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Waze & Odyssey play Potty Mouth Disco, 28th March 2013

Five of the best from Waze and Odyssey

Guess what kids, something even more exciting than gorging on chocolate eggs awaits you this Bank Holiday Weekend… Potty Mouth Disco is returning to London, and they have a typically egg-sellent line-up to make you feel hoppy.

But cruddy seasonal puns aside – come on, somebunny‘s gotta do …

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Boxhanging: Stopmakingme

Not being one to jump on the 2011 predictions bandwagon for the most part (largely due to the inevitable backlash and general disparaging voices of dissent from various angles), the New Year is bringing a slight change as we bring one name that seems destined for larger things (clubs, audiences, …

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Boxhanging: jozif

Boxhanging is back! First up, James takes on London-based DJ and producer jozif, whose profile has notably flourished over the last five years.

Venturing into production in 2005, a few years of experience under his belt London’s jozif burst out into the house scene with multiple releases and a slew …

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Boxhanging #2: Nicolas Jaar

There is far too much to say about this 19-year-old New York resident who, while perhaps not revolutionary, is a revelation at the very least. Raised in Chile until the age of 11 when his family relocated to their native New York (his place of birth), he always harboured a …

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Boxhanging #1: Jacques Greene

With the latest tracks from the forefront of the DJ booth, James Hoste is a man in the know. In his first column for PlanetNotion, he brings us the mixed-up stylings of Canadian producer, Jacques Greene.

It’s a strange thing. I have always imagined the more serious edges of …

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