DJ Paramedic and Dr Blowfin have emerged from their secret laboratory with a six hour mix in which they have poured their heart and soul into creating. More an honest snapshot of the music they love than a grand statement about their obscurities within their record bag, gems have been chosen from all genres
The recent comments made by Konstantin about women in the music industry proved shocking to everyone and led to a polarisation of opinion about how to comprehend his beliefs. However, did the response from the electronic music community go too far and betray the core values of inclusion and equality that the scene upholds?
With Facebook becoming a hotbed of influential music groups, there has been a constant battle between artists and punters over whether these groups are beneficial to the electronic music scene. People from all walks of life are posting their distorted camera work to various music identification platforms in hope to get their favourite tracks ID’d –
When you think of Guildford, a town situated just outside of London, a bustling electronic music scene is not the first thought that enters the mind. However, local label and promoter Presha have taken it into their own hands by fore-fronting a scene that is bubbling with incredible independent talent, oozing UK-influenced sounds. Behind the
At Untitled 909, we are keen to feature upcoming, independent artists – the type that does their own thing and moves to the beat of their own drum. Essex-born DJ and producer Charlie Dave Kent is just that. Since starting from humble beginnings by DJing locally to then working his way through the East London
The interconnectivity between the internet and our society has never been as alarmingly apparent as it has in our day and age. Plenty of millennials can share familiar tales of losing valuable hours by aimlessly scrolling through meme pages, dry Vice (RIP) articles or even ’52 photos of the most fucked up shit ever! You
Each month we will be going on a voyeuristic excursion through some of the finest artwork to grace record sleeves. Although of course a purely subjective exercise, we here at 909 believe that a record sleeve is an absolutely critical part of the final package and therefore see it fit to investigate the bravest, slickest,
Each month we will take it upon ourselves to confess our love affairs with the record labels that exemplify our musical curiosities and obsessions. This month 909 writer Rory Tanner reveals his intimate and whimsical ode to the wonderful Music From Memory. “Vito, he’s in heaven. He released one obscure record in 1983 and now he’s