All the tracks getting Show Me The Body fired-up on tour

Welcome back to Selections, a series of artist-curated playlists from those in the know.

“It’s strong femme Detroit energy”: DJ Holographic in conversation with DJ Minx

In light of Pride month, two leading lights of the Motor City’s LGBTQ+ underground speak about the omnipresence of electronic music in the city’s culture.

“It was exciting, illegal and very idealistic”: DiY Sound System on 35 years of making noise

Ahead of the pioneering free party crew’s 35th anniversary celebration, two of its founders reflect on the group’s origins, Castlemorton, and their enduring anarchic spirit.

In Photos: Primavera Sound 2024

The festival’s flagship event once again vindicated its position as a staple of the European festival season.

Collective archives, human curation, and what we really lose when we lose MixesDB

As users mourn the closure of MixesDB, questions arise about the precarity of digital cultural archives, and the hidden histories they contain.

In Photos: Ethel Cain at the Roundhouse

This month, southern gothic darling Ethel Cain played two hauntingly beautiful shows at Camden’s Roundhouse.

Ten years on, Ultraviolence still feels like the idea of Lana Del Rey at its most fully actualised

Arriving as pop feminism reached fever pitch, ‘Ultraviolence’ held a mirror up to the quiet misery that underlies heterosexual love for so many women.

“Dark, tonal and undulating”: How PJ Harvey’s London Tide score was brought to life onstage

Reflecting on their ‘London Tide’ collaboration, Musical Director Ian Ross discusses PJ Harvey’s uncompromising musical vision.

Listen to Black Rave Culture’s playlist made to bring people together

Welcome back to Selections, a series of artist-curated playlists from those in the know.

Journey back to the early days of Charles Jeffrey’s LOVERBOY club night

Welcome back to Selections, a series of artist-curated playlists from those in the know.

In Photos: HowTheLightGetsIn 2024

HowTheLightGetsIn awoke the idyllic embankment of the River Wye with an invigorating week of reflection, debate, and dancing.

Cue Points: ADIEL

This is Cue Points, a series where DJs get granular with current tracks in their sets, giving us the low-down on what makes them work.

Forever rebelling: Terre Thaemlitz in conversation with Oren Ambarchi

Ahead of their performances at the Monheim Triennale festival, we invited the two avant garde musicians to find common ground within their disparate practices.

Hearing heartbreak: 6 songs James Massiah can’t listen to right now

Music has power. It makes us scream, laugh, and cry. In our new series, we invite artists to share the tracks that feel so gut-wrenching they reach for the skip button.

RIP Wire: The Leeds club’s closure leaves a rich legacy and a huge void

Having just thrown its final party in the Call Lane basement, the UK has lost one of its best and most historic nighttime venues.

11 years on, Bristol-based Queer party PLU is still putting its crowds and community first

On their eleventh anniversary, delve into how dance party and collective PLU became a haven for Queer identifying people in the South West.