FKA twigs announced for Pohoda Festival 2020

FKA twigs joins a spectacular line-up of artists at Pohoda 2020 this summer – check out the line up here.

Paula Temple Interview Downtime

Downtime: Paula Temple

Staying in this evening? The Noise Manifesto founder compiles a list of visual deep dives for your next night in

Ikonika 2018

Elevate completes 2019 line-up with Ikonika, Astrid Sonne and more

The festival’s 15th edition will take place from 27 February to 3 March in Graz, Austria

Miss Red, Paula Temple and Lee Gamble join Elevate Festival’s 2019 line-up

The Austrian event will take place from 27 February to 3 March in the city of Graz

Neopop Festival 2018: World-class techno purism punctuated by unpredictability

Featuring standout moments from Villalobos, Aleksi Perälä and Nina Kraviz, the four day techno marathon thrills most when it deviates from the 4/4 orthodoxy

Paula Temple

Berlin’s Krake Festival finalises 2018 line-up

The multi-venue event will run from 23-30 July


Errorsmith, Daniel Avery and Paula Temple booked for No Bounds Festival 2018

The three-day event will be staged across multiple venues in Sheffield, from 12-14 October

Jeff Mills

Jeff Mills, Ben Klock and Paula Temple booked for Portugal’s Neopop Festival

The three-day techno event has unveiled its first wave of acts

Love International

Avalon Emerson, Paula Temple and The Black Madonna announced for Oasis Festival

The three-day event will return to Marrakech in September

Selections: Paula Temple

Explore Paula Temple’s sonic universe with a 19 track playlist Mazzy Star, Kangding Ray, Jlin, Wolves in the Throne Room and more

Kraftwerk 3D

Kraftwerk 3D, Moderat, Paula Temple and more confirmed for Neopop Festival

The 12th edition of the Portuguese festival for electronic music and culture is shaping up nicely.

Paula Temple launches the DECON/RECON label in Berlin

The Noise Manifesto offshoot takes a unique approach to collaboration.

Planningtorock Playlist

The world would be a far poorer place without Jam Rostron’s work