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Embrace the Weekend: 07/02/14

It’s Friday, the weekend is nearing and all we can think about is the next bass-inducing night to send us into a careless state of electronic euphoria. To truly complete the full feeling of intoxicating soundscapes, we’re going to need a playlist to guide us through the overflowing realms of


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Ahoy! A Musical Preview of Southsea Fest

Ahoy there. For seven years, Portsmouth’s new music festival Soutshea Fest has been rather secretively premiering some of the country’s biggest guitar acts – from Django Django and Dry The River to Bastille and Pulled Apart By Horses – the festival seems to have taken great pride in placing explosive …


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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Gildas Loaëc: Kitsuné’s new collborations and cafés

Gildas Kitsuné talks to us about his favourite illustrators and shares some exciting insider info from the Kitsuné Empire.



Interview: Wolf+Lamb talk Toni Braxton and talcum powder

Paula Abdul hit the nail on the head when she screeched Opposites Attract – just look how well it’s working out for Wolf+Lamb. Zev Le Wolfe and Gadi Mizrahi, the heads of the label named after their animality alter-egos, are bringing some of their pizzazzy New York house to Found Festival this weekend.



Friday Mixtape: Ronika ‘Escalator to the Equator’

It’s always roundabout now, when the first summery rays start to flicker through the seemingly permanent blanket of cloud and the idea of putting on a pair of shorts isn’t immediately met with a derisive laugh, that we turn our attention towards the outside world, and (more pertinently for this …



New Track: Shine 2009 ‘Eurozone’

After a weekend of record news and releases from everyone from Jai Paul to Daft Punk to Janelle Monae to Empire of the Sun, it’d be easy to look over Shine 2009. One of the first things I ever featured on this very website after the relaunch back in …


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 …



Review: V/A ‘Acid House Anthems’

If you’re getting into electronic music right about now, there are two eras that you really need to get yourself informed about; two movements that have not only shaped what we listen to in clubs, but the way we listen, the way we interact and that have shaped the direction …


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Interview: Kavinsky

(Header image: Vincent Desailly)

A disclaimer before getting this piece underway: I am utterly in love with the city of Paris. Even when the Métro stinks of piss, Parisians waft clouds of smoke in your face, always reply in TERRIBLE broken English and you’ve stepped in yet another dog turd,