DJ and Intervention founder Ifeoluwa is launching a digital archive for underground music

Submit everything from your favourite DJs, producers and composers to your sesh stories and memorabilia.

Ifeoluwa is starting a digital archive for underground and experimental dance music. The DJ, lecturer, writer, label boss and Intervention founder – who, last year, created this rowdy Crack Mix – announced the new archive project yesterday (19 April).

Taking to Twitter, Ifeoluwa – real name Yewande Adeniran – wrote, “Hi everyone! I’m starting a digital archive for underground dance / experimental music. I’m looking for people to submit their favourite DJs, producers and composers, both established and newcomers, sesh stories, best night outs, photos and any memorabilia. From any year!”

 Ifeoluwa later added: “I especially want hear from Black creatives!”

Send your stories, memories, artist suggestions and more to You can also revisit Ifeolowa’s Crack Mix, dubbed Tears in the club while you back it up, below.