The Lowdown: Sandrien

Master of the warm-up, with a talent for both short, intense sets and long building ones – its no surprise this DeSchool resident has become a favoured face among Amsterdam’s party faithful, and the twenty years she’s spent behind the decks is evident in her chronicled selections. The De School resident can usually be expected to play

Influences: KALLIDA Festival

Somerset’s KALLIDA Festival has proven itself to be one of the hottest tickets in the British festival calendar this summer. This year see’s the 400-capacity festival stretch its legs further in its 3rd edition with an insane roster of underground stars, including Joy Orbison, Yak, Teki Latex, DJ Bus Replacement Service, DEBONAIR, Itao, Fauzia, 2

The Lowdown: Jaye Ward

Jaye Ward is a woman who defies description – but if you are forced to do so – be careful not to call her an up and comer. An institution in her own right, Jaye has been a regular figure on London’s queer dance floors since the late ’80s as a punter, activist and DJ. Her

The Lowdown: Mount Palomar

If there’s ever been a roundabout way of finding your feet as a producer, Mount Palomar knocks it out of the park. Beginning 20 years ago as a 19 year old hopeful faking his way into record meetings in London, his journey has been both bizarre and arresting. Despite an abundance of obstacles his career

Don’t Miss: March 2019

Don’t Miss lists our picks for the peachiest of UK parties. This month we have an International Women’s Day special at Manchester’s White Hotel, Midlands 5 week residency at Phonox, a new club launch in Glasgow and a Brexit rave in Belfast. Check out the Don’t Miss selections below:   Belfast: 02.03 Twitch presents: Kornel