The Lowdown: Jensen Interceptor

Jeremy Clarkson once described the Jensen Interceptor R Supercharged as ‘the only thing fiercer than the tiger in the Life of Pi’, and that quote could also be describing the Australian producer’s vast spanning discography. Cooking up releases for the likes of Boys Noize Records, Cultivated Electronics, Bromance, Central Processing Unit and now Maceo Plex’s…

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The Lowdown: Kiwi

Starting off as a club photographer for DURRR, London-based DJ and producer Kiwi (real name Alex Warren) soon moved to the other side of the booth after a conversation with Erol Alkan which sparked the new motive. Launching two parties – Orlando Boom and Kate Boss – during his time at Goldsmiths, both events became…

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The Lowdown: Lia Mice

Graced with the title of an experimental pop pioneer, for Lia Mice her fascination with sound came early in life due to being partially sighted. Constantly aiming to create immersive soundscapes that reflect the ones she grew up around, Mice’s productions are quirky and innovative with her high-energy live sets a testament to that. Incorporating…

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The Lowdown: Solid Blake

Copenhagen’s electronic output has been making it’s way across Europe with artists such as Kasper Marrott, Mama Snake, Schacke, Rune Bagge and more being booked at some of the biggest festivals and venues. Alongside them is Glasgow-born Solid Blake who moved to the city to study her masters and co-founded the now-defunct DJ collective Apeiron Crew…

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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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