Chrissy: “And just like back then, the dance music scene is becoming more overtly political again in response, and resisting those oppressive forces”

Hardcore is slowly but surely infiltrating the music scene on a wider scale again – with plays across mainstream radio, the fashion industry taking inspiration from the free party movement and broadsheet media talking about ‘what clubbing culture used to be’. And as the world goes in to political turmoil, it feels fitting that a…

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Listening: wilma – S.o.b. (C.K’s 8000 mix)

Getting picked up by Panorama Bar resident Prosumer for his fabric 79 mix where he used the track ‘Fabio’, Copenhagen duo wilma released on the resident’s Potion imprint shortly after. The duo are slowly but surely cementing themselves in their local scene with previous gigs including Culture Box, Silo6 and Jolene. Moving onto Australia earlier…

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Listening: Nathan Micay – Never Rhythm Game

Nathan Micay is on a roll this year with a steady slew of releases on labels such as Whities, On Loop and now Lovefingers’ ESP Institute imprint. Taking a different route for his ‘weirdest club record to date’, Nathan focuses on the dancefloor with the lead single ‘Never Rhythm Game’ a 4am acid-tinged wobbler. “After…

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Pearson Sound – ‘Earwig’

‘Earwig’ is the first single to be released from Pearson Sound’s forthcoming EP ‘Rubble’. Returning to his self-titled label for the first time since last year’s release of ‘Robin Chasing Butterflies’, the three-track EP was formed during a solitary week at Devon Analogue Studio before finishing the record in London. In the press release it…

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