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Tone Def founder DJ Yomi takes us through the history of iconic label hardcore & jungle label Tone Def .
As Remarc prepares to bring Dollar records back in 2018, we look at the label's golden age of '94-'95.
Wolff's expose of White House chaos is both mind-blowing and utterly predictable
Discogs dominance is finally being seriously challenged - what will this mean..?
Looking back at a year of golden techno from the Dutch pioneer...
Steve Aoki's appalling brand partnerships are a blessing in disguise.
With Google now taking on traditional label structures, is the record label finally dead?
Geeks rejoice! Our new series filters Discogs to dig out the unsung gems from niche scenes and obscure sounds.
Jumping from the car before it goes flying over the bridge.
Somewhere between legendary and bizarre, Wiley's book is like nothing else out there
Notts grime MC Mez on his collaborations with Kamaal Williams and further adventures in jazz.
Talking with David 'Mr Bongo' Buttle about his new comp of rare Burkina Faso afrobeat.
A weird new protest music has sprung up - Brexiteers intent on singing the FACTS.
Libya, Boris, Mi6 and Rambo III. Violence and lies in a decades long game. Tin foil hats ahoy!
Timeless '94 ragga jungle from the much sought after Slam! Records
Levon Vincent's new album is a response to social media controversy - did he even need to respond?
Comedy has always been essential to grime - despite what the papers might tell you.
Spanning acid techno, dark hardcore and proto jungle, we look at Alex Reece's greatest pre-Pulp Fiction work.
Discogs has gone on the offensive to remove bootletgs from the site - but they're part of dance culture
The stripped back dancehall label that laid the foundations for grime and dubstep - listen to their greatest moments.