Posts by Gwyn Thomas de Chroustchoff (@djspooks)

Batu is keeping innovation at the top of Bristol’s agenda

Through his Timedance label, events and his own sound, the emerging producer is fanning the flames of Bristol’s self-contained sonic revolution

Machine Wilderness: Melt! Festival 2017 Reviewed

Ferropolis, Germany 20170714

Peverelist

Tessellations Livity Sound

You Look So Good, Fantastic Man: Celebrating William Onyeabor

Gwyn Thomas de Chroustchoff looks back on an extraordinary career, meditating on the records – and legacy – that cement his visionary appeal.

Midnight Movement

Gwyn Thomas De Chroustchoff rounds up the best tracks being played and obeyed on dance floors around the world this month

Young Echo: Soundsystem Punk

As the Bristolian collective launch their politically-charged new label Gwyn Thomas de Chroustchoff checks in with some of the group’s key members

Midnight Movement

This is the fifth instalment of Midnight Movement, a personal take on the attention-demanding club…

At the razor’s edge: Flow Festival reviewed

Helsinki 20160812

Midnight Movement

This is the fourth instalment of Midnight Movement, a personal take on the attention-demanding club tracks being made, played and obeyed this month

Midnight Movement

This is the third instalment of Midnight Movement, a personal take on the attention-demanding club tracks being made, played and obeyed this month

Tony Allen:
Human Rhythm

The drummer who put the ‘beat’ in ‘afrobeat’ looks back on an incredible life, one committed to moving forward with and within sound

Midnight Movement

This is the second instalment of Midnight Movement – a run-down of what’s hot in the kaleidoscopic world of dance music.

Midnight Movement

Here’s a personal take on some attention-demanding club tracks being made, played and obeyed this month

Metronomy's Joe Mount for Crack Magazine by Henry Gorse

Metronomy:
Rose-tinted Rave

Joe Mount has stripped his electronic pop powerhouse back to its core, repurposing memories of late nights and longing into his neon-lit new album. In Paris, Gwyn Thomas de Chroustchoff meets a man taking stock of a whirlwind

Lee “Scratch” Perry: The Eternal Power
of Dub Science

Attempting to rise to the transcendent plain on which Lee “Scratch” Perry so eccentrically exists, Gwyn Thomas de Chroustchoff tuned in to the rhythmic mysticism of the dub pioneer