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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The Lowdown: LDY OSC

Learning from a young age that you don’t have to follow the system, Mexican producer Alyssa Barrera Auvinen has been following the beat of her own drum for quite a while now. With her musical journey beginning when her brother was in an industrial band in the late 90s, it wasn’t long before Auvinen was infatuated…

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Essentials: Kittin

The Queen of Electroclash, Kittin has been leading the way since the early 90s. Releasing her first EP in 1995, ‘Champagne’ with The Hacker, her longtime and frequent collaborator, the release featured hit singles ‘Frank Sinatra’ and ‘1982’ which led to her achieving international success. Born in Grenoble, France, Kittin’s releases are fiery, sassy and unique, filled…

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