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The Field Report #7: So many additions, so little budget…

Festival season, like an impending wave of low pressure threatening to burst our river banks, is upon us. And to get our taste buds tingling, organisers have been chomping at the bit to let you know of their exclusive headline acts ready to define our summers. These days, the great



EP Review: Erol Alkan – Illumination

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, the name Erol Alkan will surely call to mind the best of indie remixes. From Metronomy to Tame Impala, he’s worked his magic transforming indie hits into dancefloor-fillers since the early 2000s through his work at seminal indie nightclub Trash as a promoter …



Preview: Unknown Festival, Croatia

From the people who brought you Hideout Festival, The Warehouse Project and Field Day, comes the latest European musical delicacy: Unknown Festival. Taking place in the picturesque town of Rovinj, Croatia where rolling hills meet crystal clear waters and exquisite beaches stand in contrast with the heritage of …



Preview: Rumble in the Jumble #2

Jumble sales: they’re a staple of British culture and are more relevant now than they’ve ever been given the recession-riddled state we currently find ourselves in – though that’s still no guarantee you’ll come away from your Sunday morning jumble with some quality swag.

Well, thanks to those innovative folk …


Lock Tavern

10 Years of Lock Tavern

This iconic bar in Camden has a sacred place in all our hearts. For its Sunday day parties, the introduction of artists who have all turned out to have huge names – Erol Alkan, SBTRKT and Adele (just to name a few) and all, always, for free.
This month, the …



Bugged Out Interview: Hannah Holland

Hannah Holland, along with Dan Beaumont, hosted the Dalston Superstore takeover at Bugged Out on Saturday night. She’s one of our favourite DJs who has been part of the London club scene since the age of fourteen, the sneaky thing. Hannah has played nights at Ibiza, Fabric, and The Warehouse


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Interview: Boys Noize

Just when we thought a year of brilliantly bold, out-of-body-experience music had reached its peak, Boys Noize went and unleashed ‘The Remixes 2004-2011’ earlier this month. Safe to say we were bowled over to unprecedented prisms.  After extensively trotting the globe performing his techno-infused electro at festival after festival after



Review: Underhill Festival 2011

One field, four sound systems and a few big names – it’s undeniable that this isn’t everyone’s cup of grass filled festival tea. But throw in a thousand or so people and some floor filling tunes and I don’t know many people that could’ve resisted nodding a head or tapping …



Last Ever Bloggers Delight!

They thought they were done, but to commemorate five years of bringing amazing mini-raves to Lock Tavern, Blogger’s gang will bring Bloggers Delight Cinq. The night on Sunday 10th July, also guarantees to get you excited for their stage at Field Day. Past Bloggers Delight have seen such craziness as …



Gesaffelstein: The way I make music is natural and spontaneous

Ben Scales, along with a troop of resident DJs, runs one of east London’s least predictable and most enjoyable underground club nights, Potty Mouth Disco. Their parties are not always at ‘officially sanctioned’ venues, and probably don’t contribute to bringing about democratic change in the Middle East. But they …