Eastern Electrics Festival relocated to south London for 2017, shacking up in Morden Park on Saturday, August 5th for a day featuring Carl Cox, Âme, Hot Since 82, Skream and Steve Lawler. Ann McManus was there.
On Strom, trio PRAQ! have their trippy, chilled moments, their big brassy break downs and some flat-out dancefloor stints.
Ponchos, umbrellas and quality sound combined with a no-nonsense party crowd to overcome the rain at Percolate Open Air. Mike Barnard was there.
We speak to David B of Calling All Astronauts about new single ‘Living the Dream’.
Samantha Kemmy experiences Afropunk’s takeover of Printworks London featuring The Internet, Danny Brown, Saul Williams and JME.
Mike Barnard was at Farr Festival to take in the new stage plus sets from Booka Shade, Mr G, Young Marco, Craig Richards and Omar-S.
We caught up with The Pocket Gods to find out more about their recent history and forthcoming plans.
The playful and twee nuances of Piotr’s compositions shine through on Forest People Pop.
We spoke to Dundee indie-pop quartet Model Aeroplanes who are back with new single ‘Lover’ following their debut EP Something Like Heaven.
Alt-folk songwriter Jack Peachey returns as Gallery 47 in September with the second album in his trilogy, Adversity Breeds. We found out more.
We spoke to indie-pop rock band Reckless Jacks about their formation, new single ‘Alone’ and plans for the future.
We spoke to the Barnsley singer/songwriter Tom Hale about his new EP In The Night.
We spoke to All Flags Are Grey about their debut single ‘Bare Bones’ ahead of its release on Friday, June 30th.
Mike Barnard reports from the three days of Sónar Barcelona (with a little help from Laura Jones).
We spoke to Cherri V about the story behind her new album Brown Eyed Soul.
We caught up with them to find out more about why they escaped the sun down under to move to the UK and their new song ‘Coca Cola’.
We rifled through the artists playing at Farr Festival to pick out some of the less obvious acts to see each day.
CPSD releases his first single, ‘I’m Gone’, on July 1st - we spoke to him about his music career so far.
The second edition of Junction 2 put the festival up there with the great European techno events. Mike Barnard and Ann McManus give their views.
We chat to Sheffield trio Denham Audio who fuse jungle, techno and acid.
We speak to Artan as he releases the second single from the EP, ‘My Brudda’.
We spoke to The Nickajack Men lead singer Lewis White about their story so far.
We chatted to Lemmy Ashton about starting TNC, writing music and hopes for the EP.
We speak to Emily Magpie abour her music career so far on the eve of the release of new single ‘The Witching Hour’.
DJ 3000’s Motech label celebrates 15 years with this compilation bringing together 15 artists from the Detroit imprint.