Review: Monticule 2019
A hilltop haven where raving meets relaxation.
A hilltop haven where raving meets relaxation.
Premiere: Eliphino - IG Messenger
An endless scroll, an infinite lifetime of pointless images and meaningless nothing.
Lives In Music: Karl Fuller
Chris Curran chats to one of the minds behind the Feelings party series and bookings at Five Miles.
Pelada release debut album on PAN
The new album is a showcase of rough, rugged, politically charged club sounds comprised by vocalist Chris Vargas and producer ...
8 Tracks: For Home Improvements with Ross From Friends
The result of “getting into a lot of woodwork, DIY and furniture"
Eddie C: The Ransom Note Mix
Eddie's style is sprawling and wild - tapping into an era and ethos of tape mixes and hip hop as ...
Back & Forth: Franz Scala In Conversation with Leo Mas
An eclectic pair talk about legacy and curation ahead of a party in Berlin.
Ernest Hood material to be reissued by Freedom To Spend
"Sprawling through a haze of zither, synthesizer melodies, and foraged pedestrian sound, Neighborhoods is both a score and documentary composed ...
Shackleton readies new album under guise of Tunes Of Negation
The project also features the input of an assorted array of talented musicians including vocalist Heather Leigh, keyboardist Takumi Motokawa ...
Marcel Dettmann announces new label & releases
Exterminador, Anthony 'Shake' Shakir and Rabih Beaini are all locked in.
Dominik von Senger to release new LP
The new album is a reflective tape made up of sound bites and jams recorded at Brüsseler Platz, a place ...
Penelope Trappes: The 'Wednesday Alternative' Mix
Immersive cinematic soundscapes from the Australian singer.
Ransom Note Records launch online store
Choice cuts from Ransom Note Records will now be available to purchase online.
The Product of Experience: DJ Fett Burger Talks
The Sex Tags co-founder discusses the creative utopia of the pre-internet era, Kygo and artistic freedom.
Obtaining Cult Status: Garage Class Interviewed
"Simply more stylish, more direct and more interesting than other bands..."
Lisbon: Discovering The City's Hidden Sound
“Make it Portuguese. This is my biggest struggle. I make this music and produce it on vinyl or CD or ...
The Purpose Maker: Jeff Mills Talks
"I’m of the belief that, through sound, we might be able to connect with something that we would not normally ...
Travelling Through Stories: Tryphème Talks
"There is such a difference in my head between what I think I do and what I actually do."
Graintable: The 'Monday Is Okay' Mix
The Portland producer's debut album 'Herons' is out next week on Ransom Note Records!
Bubbling Along: Raf Rundell Talks
With his debut solo album 'Stop Lying' out now via 1965 Records, the 2 Bears man talks parenthood, wrestling and ...
Cuts: The 'Monday Is Okay' Mix
Composer Anthony Tombling Jr is set to release music from his 2015 experimental film 'EXIST' for the first time later ...
The Oscillation: The 'Monday Is Okay' Mix
Demian Castellanos' fifth album as The Oscillation is out now via Fuzz Club Records.
Gone To A Rave: Tone Def - From Balearic To Jungle
Tone Def founder DJ Yomi takes us through the history of iconic label hardcore & jungle label Tone Def .
Gone To A Rave: Remarc & Dollar Records
As Remarc prepares to bring Dollar records back in 2018, we look at the label's golden age of '94-'95.
80'S Yugoslavian Disco In Focus
This time we cast our spotlight on a surprisingly fertile age of socialist backed disco...
Gone To A Rave: Techno Rave - Speedy J Ruling In '91
Looking back at a year of golden techno from the Dutch pioneer...
The World Of 80'S Irish Synthwave... On Cassette
Geeks rejoice! Our new series filters Discogs to dig out the unsung gems from niche scenes and obscure sounds.
Young Boss Mixing The Grime With Jazz: Mez Talks
Notts grime MC Mez on his collaborations with Kamaal Williams and further adventures in jazz.
Freedom Beat! Digging Out The The Afrobeat Rarities Of 70'S Burkina Faso
Talking with David 'Mr Bongo' Buttle about his new comp of rare Burkina Faso afrobeat.
Connecting The Dots: Jane Fitz Talks
We catch up with the esteemed London selector ahead of her appearance at The Warehouse Project on 18th November to ...
Gone To A Rave: Slam! Records Ragga Jungle Classics
Timeless '94 ragga jungle from the much sought after Slam! Records
Gone To A Rave: An Incomplete History Of Grime Comedy
Comedy has always been essential to grime - despite what the papers might tell you.
Gone To A Rave: Before Pulp Fiction - The Early Classics Of Alex Reece
Spanning acid techno, dark hardcore and proto jungle, we look at Alex Reece's greatest pre-Pulp Fiction work.
Gone To A Rave: The Wild Bashment Of Opera House
The stripped back dancehall label that laid the foundations for grime and dubstep - listen to their greatest moments.
The Roots Of Azonto: Gafacci Talks
Chatting to the Azonto pioneer about Ghana's uptempo music scene.
Going Their Own Way: Peaking Lights Talk
The newly independent Peaking Lights talk about taking control of their career a decade in
Label Love #76: Oráculo
Oráculo fly the flag for the new wave of cold wave, bringing synth pop into the 21st Century