Meet The Residents: Patterns

Located in Brighton, Patterns has quickly become one of the most forward-thinking ventures in the South East. Launched in 2015 and helmed by London’s Mothership Group, the venue is a multi-purpose building with live music, underground club nights and day parties on the terrace located in the beautiful Art Deco building 10 Marine Parade. Its…

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Rhythm Sister: “Staying positive is important but acknowledging that injustices are still happening is quite crucial to ensuring that change continues”

Over the last few years, DJ collective Rhythm Sister have been supporting and raising awareness on women and non-binary artists within the scene. Through their community group, they have created a forum-like safe space where people can ask for advice and open discussions around issues their facing in the industry. On a wider scale, Rhythm…

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Breakwave: Meine Nacht

Liverpudlian promoter Breakwave has been pushing underground parties in the city for several years now. Through Meine Nacht, Breakwave hosts events in random and unexpected locations. Meine Nacht soon gathered a loyal following through word of mouth, with little marketing and advertisement around the events. The locations would include galleries, bakeries, a factory canteen and…

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François X: “A part of the crowd solely think of me as a ‘techno guy’ but I’m more than that.”

A key figure in Paris’ underground scene, François X’s journey began when he started regularly visiting of one of the city’s record stores where a chance meeting with DJ Deep took place. Becoming almost like a mentor to François, DJ Deep encouraged him to finish some tracks and ended up being released on Deep’s Deeply…

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The Lowdown: Bobby Analog

In amongst the madness, there are pockets of sunshine beaming through the scene, where artists are pushing out uplifting, joyous releases despite the world crumbling around them. One of those warming artists is Bobby Analog, a Belfast-based producer, DJ and now label owner who started out releasing disco and soul sampled records. Now focused on…

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Hannah Holland: ‘London has such a creative force, there’s always been something, somewhere amazing happening, despite what people might think.’

In London, Hannah Holland has become a key player in the alternative and queer club scene. Entering the East End scene in the mid-noughties, when the all there was to offer was Shoreditch-based gay pub George & Dragon, Hannah then became a resident at On The Rock’s iconic Trailer Trash parties. At those early events,…

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Orson Bramley / Transparent Sound: “Today we live in a disposable society, releasing on vinyl only helps people move away from that mentality”

Transparent Sound first came to my attention when Helena Hauff included the original acid mix of their 2016 release ‘No Call From New York’ – released on Billy Nasty’s Electrix label – in her Essential Mix two years ago. Becoming a staple in Hauff’s festival sets, it was only a matter of time that videos…

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