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Digging Deep: K15

April 24, 2015 |

K15‘s stock has been rising faster than most of recent times: a couple of stellar releases via Kyle Hall‘s Wild Oats and newly-founded No Room For Air imprints – the former, Insecurities, married sultry and danceable with an infectious vivacity (it’s … Read More

Hear Matt Tolfrey’s ice-cold rollercoaster of a mix for fabric 81

April 20, 2015 |

Still reeling from Joseph Capriati’s fabric 80 mix, we were all too excited to see that British house powerhouse Matt Tolfrey had been invited to provide the latest incarnation.

Having been a resident at fabric since 2004, Matt Tolfrey has … Read More

Catching up with Remi Mazet as he readies his deep and driving new live show

April 15, 2015 | 1

French-born London resident Remi Mazet has been on a steady yet consistent rise to prominence over the past couple of years, with vibesy releases on Jamie Jones and Lee Foss’ Hot Waves compilations Volume 2 and 3. His collaboration with … Read More

Win tickets to see Point G, Franck Roger, Geddes, A1 Bassline & more at Nofitstate’s Bank Holiday shindig!

April 15, 2015 |

On May 3rd, house & techno party purveyors Nofitstate return to Hackney Wick’s Shapes to blow the back doors off the bank holiday weekend with an allstar lineup including Point G, Franck Roger, and Remi Mazet, who we interviewed this … Read More

Five Steps: Maxime Dangles

April 10, 2015 |

Nowadays the term ‘album’ has become a dirty word, used by record companies to tie artists down with a contractual obligation to release a new long-player every year. So it’s unsurprising to find artists putting a few good tracks onto … Read More

A Final Farewell: In Conversation with Southport Weekender’s Alex Lowes

April 10, 2015 | 2

We received the news of Southport Weekender‘s retirement with great sadness – a British institution with a decidedly worldly musical aesthetic and an even bigger heart that prides itself on living up to and surpassing its reputation as the ‘world’s … Read More